Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Former State Senator and Senate Labor Committee Chairperson Guy Velella has been subpoenaed in the probe into Joe Bruno.

33 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow.

Anonymous said...

Can anyone provide the location of Bob Mirch's Office in the State Senate?
How about his Senate email address?
How about his office phone number?
Does he have an assigned parking space?
We can't seem to find him.
Thanks!
In Search of 3 Job Bob Committee

Anonymous said...

Yah mean... NO SHOW Bob?

Anonymous said...

Two FBI agents hand-delivered a federal grand jury subpoena to the ethics commission staff about two months ago requesting copies of the opinions, which were promptly turned over, a person familiar with the matter said.

Two FBI agents hand-delivered a federal grand jury subpoena to the ethics commission staff about two months ago requesting copies of the opinions, which were promptly turned over, a person familiar with the matter said.

Two FBI agents hand-delivered a federal grand jury subpoena to the ethics commission staff about two months ago requesting copies of the opinions, which were promptly turned over, a person familiar with the matter said.

Two FBI agents hand-delivered a federal grand jury subpoena to the ethics commission staff about two months ago requesting copies of the opinions, which were promptly turned over, a person familiar with the matter said.

Two FBI agents hand-delivered a federal grand jury subpoena to the ethics commission staff about two months ago requesting copies of the opinions, which were promptly turned over, a person familiar with the matter said.

Two FBI agents hand-delivered a federal grand jury subpoena to the ethics commission staff about two months ago requesting copies of the opinions, which were promptly turned over, a person familiar with the matter said.

Two FBI agents hand-delivered a federal grand jury subpoena to the ethics commission staff about two months ago requesting copies of the opinions, which were promptly turned over, a person familiar with the matter said.

Two FBI agents hand-delivered a federal grand jury subpoena to the ethics commission staff about two months ago requesting copies of the opinions, which were promptly turned over, a person familiar with the matter said.

another "disloyal" staffer said...

http://www.timesunion.com/ASPStories/Story.asp?StoryID=686961

Joe Bruno is like Hillary Clinton. He has no idea when to quit.

another "disloyal" staffer said...

LIVE FROM THE LOB

Anonymous said...

"Nothing new has come out on this blog. Just wishfull thinking that the FBI is comming. Its been a week and NO ONE has been subpoenaed you guys are a joke. Go do some work for god sake."

Anyone else see the Times Union this morning???

Anonymous said...

Another Disloyal Staffer,

I will continue using my iPhone instead of a computer, thank you much.

Anonymous said...

WHAT IS TAKING SO LONG FOR HILLARY CLINTON'S BOYFRIEND TO LEAVE????!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

nothing new again today? yawn.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they fired the person.

Anonymous said...

They could not possibly have been fired. If that were the case we would see a tsunami of entries....They are probably just on vacation or subpoenaed.

Anonymous said...

Goodbye, Joe.
Goodbye, Steve.
Goodbye, John.

Anonymous said...

Bah Bye Bobby Mirch
Tah Tah Tom Casey.
Toodle Looo Tutunjian
Move Over Mitchell

Anonymous said...

This Chris Meyers doing this blog

Anonymous said...

This is Chris Meyers doing this blog, he used to work for Guy Velella a few years ago, plus he is also a computer hacker. Chris Meyers has been blackballed by Joe Bruno, so now he is now a disgruntled republican.

another "disloyal" staffer said...

Don't leave us hanging here, man.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, cause it takes a computer hacker to start a blog. Brilliant deduction. Did he need to use the intertubes for that?

Anonymous said...

LOL

Anonymous said...

Will the Albany Amp go on Dicker for an interview?

Anonymous said...

i heard a rumor today about the old man getting an ultimatum from the feds.

Anonymous said...

Is Chris Meyers still dating that old republican rag from the Bronx?

Anonymous said...

Looks like the Albany AMP is history? No postings for almost a week now. Must be behind bars or in a bar.

Anonymous said...

Chris Meyers has been exposed and Jay Savino has been exposed as conspirators in this blog. As per the state senate invetigation department.

Anonymous said...

Whatever you say, Phil....

Mr. Sanchez, get a life.

Anonymous said...

BRUNO'S NEXT SELLOUT

May 15, 2008 -- New York's largest public-sector union, the Civil Service Employees Association, is picking the lock on the state treasury.

And cynical Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno is happy to help.

CSEA, among others, is trying to shield public-sector retirees from even the slightest touch of budget pain - no matter how much everyone else in New York has to suffer.

It's pushing a bill that would lock in public-sector retirees' health benefits for at least a year, with every expectation of annual repeats . . . forever. (A Post editorial and a column by fiscal expert E.J. McMahon warned about it Monday.)

No wonder the New York State Association of Counties "strongly opposes" the bill, saying it "eliminates potential cost savings options of local governments desperately seeking" to make ends meet.

No wonder the Business Council of New York State, representing taxpayers, is likewise sounding alarms. The bill, the council says, tells officials that their "only choice going forward is to raise taxes," rather than "find reasonable ways to reduce the costs."

And what's CSEA have to say about that? We don't care. We come first.

No kidding. Its president, Danny Donohue, says his aim is to make sure "localities live up to their responsibility to retirees." And, he says, labor wants New York to do "what's morally right."

What a topsy-turvy view.

Unlike most folks, public employees generally pay little to nothing toward their health-care costs, either when they're still working or after they've retired.

And while other New Yorkers struggle to maintain their own health benefits, CSEA's view is: We're special.

But then, how "moral" is it to force struggling homeowners to pony up ever-higher shares of their hard-earned income to pay off-the-chart property taxes? Or to ask firms (which provide jobs) to absorb more and more cash?

Still, for sheer cynicism, Bruno may top even the CSEA.

He and his Senate GOPers pretend to be the taxpayers' champions, but - facing a tough November election - they're just as ready to do the union's bidding as are their Democratic peers: The Senate is set to pass the bill soon.

Bruno should tread carefully. Why, after all, would Republican voters back him and his GOP cohorts - when they're no better than Democrats?

If the Senate does pass the bill, Gov. Paterson needs to follow the example of his two predecessors, Democrat Eliot Spitzer and Republican George Pataki, and veto it.

Instantly and without apology.

another "disloyal" staffer said...

Very strange. A lot of things going around but nothing going up here. Who is on vacation? Who has been fired?

Anonymous said...

ALL OF THEM ARE SELLOUTS!!!

BRUNO
MCARDLE
BOGGESS

THROW THE BUMS OUT!!!

Anonymous said...

Throw them all in jail!

Anonymous said...

This site is very anti-R. I have sent in things about the Democrats but none of it has been posted.

Anonymous said...

I would say that this blog is very anti-Bruno... and i hardly think that Bruno represents republicans anymore. I think he represents everything that's wrong with politics in this day and age.

Anonymous said...

ROTFLMAO as they say...The rats are all jumping the sinking ship. So much for the years of patronage & pork huh? There are going to be a ton of people scrambling for work when Bruno is gone & I can not wait to see it happen.

Anonymous said...

Two special agents from the F.B.I. SA Chris Meyer, supervisor at the Aero Drive F.B.I. office in San Diego, and SA Steven Butler, are to appear in court in Galway IRELAND (along with 12 other agents) on the 27may 2008, in an attempt to cover up their botched attempt to infiltrate the I.R.A. (Irish Republican Army) in 1996 using Irishmen serving with U.S. armed forces.

SA Butler was Abdussattar Shaikh’s handler, the man who rented rooms to two of the alleged 9-11 hijackers that the U.S. government claims hijacked the plane that crashed into the Pentagon, and was sent to Washington D.C. to testify before the 9-11 commission.

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