Wednesday, May 6, 2015

George Brown and Cronyism... it's gotta stop

Note: Before I get into my blog... some people have commented that George Brown is a nice man because he says hello while walking his dog etc. Please keep your focus on the big picture.  I can think of a thousand instances in which he could have been brave, where he could have stood up, but instead he did NOTHING. He willfully turned a blind eye to "Cars for Cash" and at least a thousand people had their cars stolen with nowhere to go. GEORGE BROWN instead chose politics by backing Leighton (who was in on Cars for Cash). George Brown carries no gravitas nor could one count him as a man of character. He could have chosen to take care "of the least of these" but he seemed oddly comfortable in thumbing his nose at them. Sorry to be harsh but sometimes the truth sometimes comes out that way.  

(1) ALL  IN  THE  FAMILY



 George Brown's son Christopher is married to Charles D. and Marie A. McCormick daughter Shaelan.  
George Brown:  WB City Councilman
Marie McCormick City Administrator  for Tom Leighton who resigned mid term.
Charles McCormick:  Law clerk For Judge Amesbury; solicitor of Zoning Board
Haven't we had enough of cronyism?





(2) Vicious beating of gay couple in NYC (video 8 seconds) SEE HERE.


Congratulationd to the WBPD officers who were promoted. It certainly has become one of the most dangeroud jobs in the country. Stay safe, guys.

• Sgt. Joseph Novak, a 21-year veteran, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant.
 
• Detective Christopher Roberts, a 14-year veteran, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant.
 
• Sgt. Charles Casey, a 14-year veteran, was promoted to the rank of detective.
 
• Sgt. Christopher Maciejczyk, a 14-year veteran, was promoted to the rank of detective.
 
• Officer Brett Smith, a 21-year veteran, was promoted to the rank of sergeant.
 
• Officer Doug Wolfe, a 13-year veteran, was promoted to the rank of sergeant.
 
• Officer Joseph Ziegler, a 10-year veteran, was promoted to the rank of sergeant.
 
• Officer Brian Gist, a 10-year veteran, was promoted to the rank of sergeant.