Among the things I learned while associating with one of the minor parties is you have to watch what you say to whom and certainly have to watch what you say on the phone, and it goes without saying that anything on the Internet is to be treated with caution.
Nothing is ever portrayed as a direct tit for tat or quid pro quo.
If somebody is getting someone a job, it has to be orchestrated properly, and I am not saying that to be self-righteous as if its the right person there is nothing wrong with all of that. However, the Skelos situation stood out because it was egregious, as in no-show.
You see, politics is OK....It becomes a crime when it's egregious, or so goes the theory of the current US Attorney from the Southern District.
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