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 even more buffoonery from Borough Park-Crown Weights-Park Slope, State Senator Eric Adams with special guest thankfully ex-Brooklyn congressional candidate, "Pinocchio" David Weprin.
The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman some people will just do anything for a photo-op and to get themselves a headline or two.
The question begs, From http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/beware-gas-gougers-pols-drivers-snitch-article-1.1033052?localLinksEnabled=false
"At the East Village Mobil Mart, where regular gas was selling for $4.35 a gallon - among the highest prices in the city - Assemblyman David Weprin (D-Queens) announced legislation that would force gas stations to post signs with contact information for the New York State Consumer Protection Board, which investigates allegations of price gouging by retailers."
The question begs, This reform minded commentator points out the "East Village" is exactly the kind of place for David Weprin to hold a press conference and represent in office.
"Prices have fluctuated so quickly that a customer cannot tell what the fair price for gas is supposed to be,” Weprin said.
The question begs, What David Weprin meant to say was...
"It's very fair for me to hold a press conference at a gas station in the East Village rather then in my district since I share the same views as those in the Village."
"Sen. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) urged drivers to call the “gas police” on stations they suspect of jacking up the price to cash in on volatility in the oil market. “Nothing is more important than putting a stop to those that are cheating us at the pump,” he said.
The question begs, What Eric Adams really meant to say was...
"David Weprin's having a press conference? What time? Is there going to be a reporter? Somebody show get me a camera!."
"Drivers fumed at the prices, though it didn’t stop them from filling up.
“I think it’s crazy,” said Joe McGarry, 59, a retired mechanic from Kips Bay, who dropped $60 to fill the tank on his Nissan Murana. “I barely even use my car anymore, only on weekends...I feel sorry for the people that have to commute every day.”
According to GasBuddy.com, the average price of gas in the city was $4.02 as of Sunday afternoon. The highest price was $4.49 at a Citgo station in the Bronx."
The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman while this reform minded commentator agrees that gas prices are too high, and something needs to be done.
The question begs, However the real solution is not "posting signs" or calling the "police" about gas pricing, the real solution is to "Drill" for our own oil, and there is no better solution then this...The question begs, From http://bobturner.house.gov/press-release/turner-expresses-frustration-over-obama%E2%80%99s-keystone-pipeline-dodge
"Congressman Bob Turner released the following statement today in response to President Obama’s move to avoid a decision on the Keystone pipeline:
The Keystone Pipeline would not only have put thousands of Americans back to work, but it would have also provided the United States with a steady supply of oil from one of our closest allies, Canada."
The question begs, Well said from an elected official who "thankfully" represents Southern Brooklyn.
The question begs, This was the latest buffoonery from Eric Adams featuring special guest thankfully ex-Brooklyn congressional candidate, "Pinocchio" David Weprin.
The question begs, As Always The Truth Has Spoken.