Wednesday, February 15, 2012

State Senator Eric Adams's Buffoonery.

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 Borough Park-Crown Heights-Park Slope State Senator, Eric Adams buffoonery.

The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman desperate times call for desperate measures to get a "Photo-Op" and a cheap "Soundbite".

The question begs, From

"The Senate GOP rejected a request from Sen. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) for a resolution honoring the late singer’s life.
Adams said he was told there was uneasiness about doing a tribute for someone who may have died of a drug overdose."
The question begs, Would this be the same "Eric Adams" who said this not long too ago....

"Lawmakers like to say they are motivated by a sense of civic duty, or to right wrongs, or to better the lives of their fellow man. But for State Senator Eric Adams, a Brooklyn Democrat, it comes down to cash.

I deserve to get paid more, and I’m only a freshman and I’m complaining,” Mr. Adams said, and then added, in a thundering impersonation of Cuba Gooding Jr.’sOscar-winning performace as the pro football player Rod Tidwell: “Show me the money. Show me the money. That’s what it’s all about.”

The question begs, "Politics at it's Worst" to say the least this reform minded commentator points out.

"He (Adams) also said he was told that Houston had no real local ties to New York."
The question begs, Not to mention...
"Rumors have surfaced recently that Whitney is spending nearly $6,000 a day on cocaine and other drugs. One party promoter who witnessed her destructive behavior recently stated that he would not be surprised if Whitney Houston lost her life and her battle with addiction within a matter of months from the amount of drugs she was consuming.

One of the most visible signs of Whitney Houston's rampant drug use has been the deterioration of her once gorgeous appearance. She now looks haggard, tired, and old. Another factor that one can point to as evidence of the ravaging effects of drug use on her is from her voice.

A YouTube video from one of her concerts in 2009 showed Whitney Houston singing one of her trademark songs and struggling to reach some of the more attainable notes. To those in the audience, and witnesses on YouTube, who have a sense of musical integrity were most likely cringing from the horror of that moment."

The question begs, While this reform minded commentator send it's prayers to the family of the late singer and actress Whitney Houston.

The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman however there is no merit to honor someone who's life was lost possibly due to years of drug addiction and that sets no good example to the people in our state who are currently battling drug addiction.

I was outraged,” Adams said of the denial. “For us to focus on how she died rather than how she lived is an insult.”

The question begs, However this reform minded commentator has some "outrage" of it's own for Borough Park-Crown Heights-Park Slope State Senator, Eric Adams.

"Focus on doing your job for a change, while stop complaining about wanting more change, quit the grandstanding, and oh by the way, return Carl's cold-cash."

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The question begs, As Always The Truth Has Spoken.


  1. Does Eric Adams have anything else better to do?

  2. Other than taking Carl's cold-cash, apparently not.