The City of Troy, New York, "Where Henry Hudson Turned Around."

Monday, September 19, 2005


The only thing more pathetic than a party that isn't tired of getting its ass kicked is a party that makes petty, irrelevant challenges for the Working Families Line.

A portion of the story can be found in The Record.

The real story is much more interesting.

According to sources, the person in question has changed her drivers license, resgistration and everything else to the appropriate address. There is little in the Clifton Park apartment except a bare bones office, for her work.

Furthermore, a Republican henchman claims to have phoned the Clifton Park apartment and to have spoken with the person on Monday, September 12, 2005. The answering machine message for that location indicates it is a business address, not a residence. Why being at work is a big deal we don't know.

Finally, the henchman who did phone could not have spoken with the person in question because that person was on the other side of the State, in Buffalo, NY, attending a comemeration for corrections officers killed in the Attica uprising. Yes, that's right. While she is honoring fallen peace officers the Republicans are lying. So, some questions:

1) Who allegedly spoke to her?
2) Why did that person lie about speaking to her?
3) What evidence do the Republicans have that she resides in Clifton Park other than their allegation (and we all know what that is worth)?

Will The Record follow-up on these GOP lies? Don't hold your breath. Remember, this was the paper that thought the allegations made against Ken Bruno by his ex-wife were not really newsworthy.

Never fear though, Democratus is here. Hopefully, this week, we'll have a real story about potential fraud concerning Pascarell, Mirch and an Opportunity to Ballot petition. You'll never read about that in The Record. Or will we?

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