Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The Schneiderman Rules - WSJ

     Attorneys general often are political grandstanders....We've seen many in NY the past few decades. However, our current one is enough to make you long for Andy's reelection in 2018.

The Schneiderman Rules - WSJ

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

In July 2010, Schneiderman was a passenger in his own car being driven by a staffer of his. The staffer rear-ended a parked car, causing $3,000 of damage, and drove off. A cyclist happened to jot down Eric's license plate number. Only when notified the next day, he paid for the damages and apologized.

That speaks volumes on his character, which he has NONE.

Anonymous said...

You can bet the dannies will support Schneiderman when and if the people can flush the toilet of Benito. Once in love, the panty, excuse me, party liners stay in love.

Anonymous said...

What's the big deal about an undocumented charity? Aren't we a sanctuary state?
And why isn't the ag going after the NYT for publishing stolen documents?

Anonymous said...

Hopefully Dinapolli can out duel the current governor and AG in 2018. He may be a NYC liberal but he seems to be a good man, who is somewhat fiscally responsible. Just my two cents.