The New York State Senate Democrats who have villified Senator Pedro Espada are considering taking him back.
“Would he be welcome to return to the Democratic conference and conference with us? Yes,” said Sen. Diane Savino, D-Staten Island.And this
Monserrate started waving around his cell phone, announcing to the conference that he had a text message from Savino asking him to negotiate a return to the conference by Espada as majority leader with her ally, Sen. Jeff Klein, as president pro tem.Ok boys and girls you better think seriously about this. You may lose your polished halo and have to come off your moral high ground position because by your accounts this man is the Anti-Christ. Not that the Senate Democrats is the shining city of angels with two of it's members charged felony crimes.
Senator Aubertine sues the Assembly to pass bills that the Assembly even recognizes as bogus, because a Republican Senator grazed the chamber while the Democrats were inside.
So, what is Assemblywoman Addie Jenne Russell's take on being sued by Senator Aubertine?
Does Senator Aubertine really want to end this stalemate or just appear like he does? This move is seen a life preserver for a Congressional race because every Senator is getting tagged with sagging poll numbers.
Why does he just walk in and vote on non-controversial bills?
Where is someone like Senator Valesky, why did he not sue also?
The mayor blogs that Darrel is only carrying the water for this mess. Hmmm, would it not be a preference to be considered something other than a water boy for the New York City leadership?
The GOP ought to get their act together rather quickly, the honeymoon for the Great One is over. A Rasmussen tracking poll reports Obama's numbers have hit the lowest level yet with 33% say they strongly approve and 36% strongly disapprove of the way he is performing.
Assemblyman Will Barclay has stepped out of the race for the 23rd Congressional race which leaves only two heavy hitters in the race - Dede Scozzafava and Matt Doheny. The open process of selecting the candidate begins tonight.