Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Joe Bruno has not yet decided whether or not he will seek re-election.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey now... thought you got fired. Looks like the dis-information campaign was a failure.

Anonymous said...

If they really knew they would've told us already. All bluff and no bite!

Anonymous said...

where is McArdle's kid today?

bye bye Bruno
bye bye Boggess
bye bye McArdle

another "disloyal" staffer said...

Yes, where IS the promised disclosure of identities?

This is why no one respects you, John McArdle.

Anonymous said...

The sudden silence tells me the hammer got laid down on this site today w/in the walls of the Senate. Remember, they can't track you from your personal computer at home!!!

Anonymous said...

This is not news.

another "disloyal" staffer said...

I think yesterday's posts were an effort by dumbass John McArdle to force "disloyal" to spend more time on the website and maybe get caught in the process. John thinks he can track everything that goes on Senate computers, not knowing that there are loopholes that can be exploited to cover the tracks. I will post tomorrow just to prove it.

Anonymous said...

No Bruno. What a loss that would be. Are there concerns about all the pollution leaving the Hudson too?

No job in the minority for Me(or you) said...

Sen Bruno is running and will win with eaze. I am not worried about him. I care more about his marginal seats. Its a tough job market out there boys. Called the Assembly there are NO jobs there for all of us.

Anonymous said...

Dear John McArdle,

We are still waiting for you and your staff to expose the identity/identities of the nefarious person/people running this blog.

Sincerely,

The dozens of Senate staffers who really, really love this site

Anonymous said...

with the legal stuff and the number of races he's lost, i can't blame him!

Anonymous said...

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