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(NYPost)   Former head of NY Nothing To See Here, Move Along anti-corruption commission in line for sweet patronage job   (nypost.com) divider line 5
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2014-07-31 12:38:59 PM  
Alleged patronage? In Albany? Well, I never.

At first glance it does look like an old familiar pattern but the fact that it's the guy who wants Cuomo's job who's making all the accusations through the NY Post ya kinda have to take it with a large grain of salt.
 
2014-07-31 02:57:48 PM  

quatchi: Alleged patronage? In Albany? Well, I never.

At first glance it does look like an old familiar pattern but the fact that it's the guy who wants Cuomo's job who's making all the accusations through the NY Post ya kinda have to take it with a large grain of salt.


You don't think a Cuomo ally would make such accusations under any circumstances, do you?
 
2014-07-31 03:28:05 PM  
The US Attorney is still investigating.
 
2014-07-31 06:35:02 PM  
The only way to get moving in life is to use the rules of bribes and patronage.
 
2014-07-31 09:26:23 PM  

quatchi: Alleged patronage? In Albany? Well, I never.

At first glance it does look like an old familiar pattern but the fact that it's the guy who wants Cuomo's job who's making all the accusations through the NY Post ya kinda have to take it with a large grain of salt.


Have you read the Times for the past week? They're the ones who ran the bombshell last week about Cuomo's henchmen trying to strong-arm the anti-corruption commission, then followed up on the latest dirt today. The Post has this other angle, though. Whatever you think of their editorial page, they do a pretty good job on New York state politics.

And Bharara has shown no sign of wanting Cuomo's job. He might want to be a senator whenever Schumer retires, or maybe attorney general.
 
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