Another Bloomberg Mayor goes down
Birmingham mayor Larry Langford is the first one listed on open letter from Bloomberg's Mayors group.
And he just got arrested on federal felony charges.
I've lost count, but I think that the fourth member of Bloomberg's organization to wind up in the clink.
That's probably why they signed up for Bloomberg's anti-gun coalition - because they were afeared they would get shot by their constituents. Crash & burn, baby...
Posted by: OrangeNeckInNY at December 1, 2008 03:18 PM
I wonder what the percentages are?
Is the percentage of convicted corrupt mayors higher amongst Bloomberg's authoritarian cronies than the "general population" of Mayors nation wide?
Sure seems like we're hearing about a bunch of them lately.
Posted by: Sailorcurt at December 1, 2008 07:19 PM
I haven't checked it lately, but the MAIG Bloomberg list updates itself after every election. In other words, Mayor A signs the original agreement then gets termed out. Mayor B comes along and gets added to the list, replacing Mayor A.
Mayor A's favorite trick? Signing the letter just before he gets termed out. I'm not sure how it works, but somehow the number of cities on the list never diminishes and the names change.
Can anyone else substantiate this?
Posted by: Jim D. at December 1, 2008 10:06 PM
Birds of a feather ....
We often worry about the kind of people our children associate with then go right out and associate with persons with whom we wouldn't let our children associate.
YOU are judged (and rightly so) by the company you keep.
Tiocfaidh ár lá!
Posted by: fwb at December 2, 2008 08:56 AM