Sunday, January 15, 2012

Embattled City Comptroller John Liu's Electric Problem.

Balancing a Check Book is Basic Math!

The question begs, For the trillions who make this reform minded commentator the undisputed leader in the politics of Brooklyn.

The question begs, This reform minded commentator has returned once again with a look at embattled Democrook, I mean Democrat, City Comptroller, John Liu's "Electric" problem.

The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman he might want to spend less time taking "photo-op's" with the likes of Councilman Vincent the "Chin" Gentile's favorite "Hate-Blogger", and "Anti-Virgin Mary", "Democratic Patronage Hack", Justin Brannan and pay the "Electric" bill.

The question begs, From

"Embattled Comptroller John Liu, the city’s chief fiscal officer, is an accused deadbeat.
Con Edison and the state Tax Department have taken separate legal action against his campaign committee, People for John Liu, for allegedly failing to pay nearly $1,500 in outstanding bills and taxes, The Post has learned."

The question begs, The same old politics from the same old "Democrook", I mean Democrat, City Comptroller, John Liu.

"Con Ed is suing in Brooklyn Civil Court for about $500 in unpaid electric bills and has sicced a collection agency on him.
The delinquency covers energy usage from a campaign office that Liu rented at 1424 Fulton St. in 2008 and 2009 when he was running for his current job, records show. Con Ed filed its initial suit Oct. 14, 2009. A second suit was filed June 25, 2010, after the bills remained unpaid."

The question begs, This reform minded commentator points out embattled Democrook, I mean Democratic City Comptroller, John Liu probably needs to raise more "Cold-Cash" such as this....

50.0006-JUL-11FRIENDS OF JOHN LIU2011 July PeriodicAN/ANAQueensQueens

The question begs, You might need a little more "Cold-Cash" then that to pay for the "Juice".

"Con Ed typically exhausts all options — including trying to work out an extended payment plan with a customer — before taking legal action. Litigation isn’t filed for at least several months, and only after a customer refuses to respond or ducks payment."

The question begs, Sounds like embattled, Democrook, I mean Democratic City Comptroller John Liu alright.

"Meanwhile, the Tax Department has filed a separate case against People for John Liu, claiming it owes $943 in back withholding taxes for campaign workers, covering October through December 2009.
That action was filed June 4 in Queens.
The Liu campaign address listed was a post office box in Flushing, the neighborhood where the comptroller resides."

The question begs, This reform minded commentator points out it wasn't embattled, Democrook, I mean Democrat City Comptroller, John Liu's "Lucky" day.

"Critics said Liu’s failure to pay his own bills and get his finances in order raises questions about his fitness to be comptroller.
“It’s the height of arrogance. It’s the contempt he has for his obligations. He expects other people to behave in a certain way and he doesn’t behave that way himself,” said Julia Harrison, a Queens Democratic district leader and former councilwoman."

The question begs, Which is why this reform minded commentator continues it's calls for embattled, Democrook, I mean Democrat, City Comptroller, John Liu to "Resign" and every single donor who gave to John Liu should be investigated for the sake of real reform.

The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman stay tuned.

The question begs, As Always The Truth Has Spoken.

1 comment:

  1. You might need a little more "cold-cash" indeed from Justy to pay the bills.

    Kiss, Kiss.