May 4 before the election only one to state Bloomberg may not win due to voter anger...used my political art poster lampooning king Mike - media blacked out. My YouTube channel was removed. Google apologized.
The YouTube that said No to renewing SAIC CityTime.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Wow Made it Past NY Times Censors Haggerty Guilty? Mike Guilty! Third Term Anniversary Protest

1) is is the OWS NYPD police brutality protest or our humble little protest at City Hall but Mosque Mike seems pissed off and ready to violate to violate the largest amount of people's Constitutional rights ever since the Republican convention and the Brooklyn Bridge!
der duh -- Haggerty stole a million? Yeah right. How about mega-millions or billions stolen by out sourced consultants the largest white collar CRIMES ever
companies hired CityTime, ECTP, NYCAPS, countless board of ed deals = billions stolen where are the arrests and speedy trials?
why aren't we suing to get money back NYCAPS, ECTP, etc. ? my Haggerty guilty response wish I had mentioned Steve Rattner Fiona Reid Quadrangle Willets Point, I did mention Cayman Island -- can someone explain money laundering to me because didn't Mike do it every which way possible...?
didn't Mike's Team Bloomberg including Haggerty attempt to fill city hall with Mike's money recipitents to prevent anti- Bloomberg third term people from testifying using Joe Doe Foundation?
3/4 quarters of the article unless you can't click on link for some reason.
look down below at the very bottom

2) Sexy and Exciting -- Raw passionate New Yorkers Sunday by City Hall come join us.....

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From NY Post Article by David Seifman

Financial-disclosure forms show that Bloomberg formed a company called Manhattan West at the offices of his longtime accountant, Martin Geller, so he could personally pay the three aides for performing nongovernmental chores on their own time.
Stu Loeser, the mayor's spokesman, said the arrangement was cleared by the Conflicts of Interest Board.
Each of the three -- Allison Jaffin, Karen Greene and Irene Pistorino -- reported making between $60,000 and $100,000 from the mayor, in addition to government salaries that ranged from $113,429 to $117,818.
That put them in -- or close to -- the same bracket as top commissioners. For example, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly had a salary of $205,180.
The forms show that Kelly himself enjoyed one extraordinary perk -- he got to hitch five rides to Florida on the mayor's private jet. The flights were priceless.
"Value unknown," Kelly wrote in the section where he was supposed to declare their worth.
Deputy Mayor Linda Gibbs disclosed a loan of $60,000 to $100,000 made to her former chief of staff, Jim Anderson, while he was serving as the mayor's communications director.
Financial deals between subordinates and superiors are banned under the city's ethics rules. But officials said that since Anderson stopped reporting to Gibbs in 2006, there was no issue.
Meanwhile, it was learned that one of Bloomberg's top staffers owns stock in a company whose subsidiary is getting city funding and tax breaks to build a Brooklyn basketball arena for the Nets.
Former Hillary Rodham Clinton political strategist Howard Wolfson, who joined the Bloomberg administration in March as deputy mayor for governmental affairs, listed among his investments stock in Forest City Enterprises worth $5,000 to $39,999.
"This project has never had any real oversight or accountability or full public transparency, so it shouldn't come as a shock that a member of the Bloomberg administration has money invested in it," said City Councilwoman Letitia James (D-Brooklyn), whose district includes the 22-acre project.
A city spokesman said Wolfson bought the stock in 2007 -- three years before he took the city post -- and the investment was "close to $5,000," thus "far below the threshold that raises potential conflict-of-interest issues."