Sunday, February 12, 2012

Introducing Lew Fidler's Other Job.

Rockford US District Court | Federal Tax Evasion | Failure to Report Income | $10,000 Cash | Felony with Prison Time | United States Attorney Chicago
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 introducing Mill Basin-Sheepshead Bay City Councilman "Yokozuna" Lew Fidler's "Other Job".

The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman it sure looks like a much more "Lucrative" job then Lew Fidler's "Current" job.

The question begs, From

"As far as part-time gigs go, moonlighting as a $112,500-a-year City Council member is nice work if you can get it."

The question begs, Nice "Tax-Payer" funded work this reform minded commentator points out.

"Critics say that governing New York and approving a $63-billion budget shouldn't be a job for part-timers with outside professional commitments.
"You don't run billion-dollar enterprises on a part-time basis," said Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause."

The question begs, Though some would say the "Thomas Jefferson Democrook" I mean Democratic club tries it's best.

"Lawyers Lewis Fidler (D-Brooklyn) and Domenic Recchia (D-Brooklyn) lead the pack in outside salaries, earning incomes that rival their council pay.

Fidler works as general counsel for a company that advances money to plaintiffs -- including people suing the city -- hoping to hit legal pay dirt."

The question begs, Here's a bit more on Lew Fidler's "Other" job....

"City Councilman Lewis Fidler gets a $60,000-plus salary from a company that helped finance the lawsuit by police gunshot victim Sean Bell and other major cases against the NYPD.
The Brooklyn Democrat moonlights as the chief lawyer for LawCash, a company that gambles on the outcome of court cases -- including headline-grabbing police-brutality suits -- by giving money to cash-strapped plaintiffs who could hit legal pay dirt."

The question begs, No wonder Lew Fidler is able to buy this recently "Expensive" toy, I mean car.

"Fidler now pulls in with a larger, sweeter ride -- a 2011 Infiniti FX35." 

"Fidler said he makes somewhere between $60,000 and $80,000 as LawCash's general counsel -- on top of the $127,500 he makes as a council member.
The firm generally advances a few thousand dollars to plaintiffs at interest rates of 2 to 4 percent a month. If the case loses, they get nothing back. If the case wins, they get principal plus interest, which can exceed 25 percent."

The question begs, So much for Lew Fidler saying this....

"I remind you that the reason I retain that job is because I
have a kid in college, a kid in law school, and the tuition exceeds my Council

The question begs, What Lew Fidler really meant to say was "I retain that job so I can buy a brand new car which I park illegally with."

The question begs, Truly "Pathetic".

"We're not one of the sleazy guys," Fidler said. "I'm proud of the company I work for."

The question begs, Which is why this reform minded commentator has a message for Mill Basin-Sheepshead Bay City Councilman "Yokozuna" Lew Fidler.

The question begs, "Be proud of the company you work for because that will be the only job you will have after your loss on March 20th."

The question begs, As Always The Truth Has Spoken.


  1. That's a lot of "cold-cash" for hoping for the "worst".

    No wonder "tax-payers" have been under siege from the likes of Lew Fidler and his other job.

    Kiss, Kiss.

  2. That's a lot of "cold-cash" for a lot of "nothing"...

  3. I guess we know how Lew got that new "Infinity".