Friday, August 15, 2008
We here at the Patriots don't believe the government should tell citizens what they can or cannot do with their private homes. Councilman Como was able to build a beautiful home for his family; however, he is telling people from Ridgewood they can't improve their homes. My friend, who lives in Ridgewood, is angry that he may have restrictions placed upon his desires to improve and expand his home because of this preservation push. C'mon Como tell the Landmarks Preservation Commission to leave our homes alone! This isn't Cuba
Here is the story printed by the Historic Council District
New Councilman from Queens Meets with LPC
August 5, 2008 by Historic Districts Council
Back in May, Councilmember (then-candidate) Como answered our questions for our League of Preservation Voters for District 30 and participated in our forum. It's early days yet, but any meeting between a Councilmember and a city agency which is characterized by both sides as "positive" and "constructive" can only be viewed as a step in the right direction.
New councilman Anthony Como vows to push landmarking in Queens
BY NICHOLAS HIRSHON, DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Monday, August 4th 2008, 8:41 PM
Barely a month into his first term, City Councilman Anthony Como has boldly pledged to help landmark historic swaths of Richmond Hill and Ridgewood - and even areas outside of his eastern Queens district.
Como, picked in a June special election to replace Dennis Gallagher, made his vow days after what he called a "very positive" powwow with Landmarks Preservation Commission Chairman Robert Tierney - and months before Como faces another election in November.
"We live in the greatest city in the world and anything I can do to save its history and its culture, I'm all for it," said the Middle Village Republican, adding his sitdown with Tierney last week was a way to form a relationship "from the beginning."
During a two-hour meeting Tuesday at Landmarks Commission headquarters in Manhattan, Como told Tierney he supports historic districts in Richmond Hill and Ridgewood, as well as landmarking the Forest Park Carousel in Woodhaven.
The pair also talked about St. Saviour's Episcopal Church in Maspeth, built in 1847 but denied landmark status when the commission ruled that repairs after a 1970 fire had altered it too much.
Kate Daly, a commission spokeswoman, said the meeting with Como was "constructive," and that the agency was evaluating the sites he mentioned.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
C'mon, Hillary knows first hand what sexual scandals can do for a political carreer, look at Slick Willy! He gets hundreds of thousands of dollars to spew rhetoric in front of various groups to teach them they art of the "deal".
Shrillary blaming Edwards for her political demise is like Bob Holden blaming Dennis Gallagher for Global warming.
Monday, August 11, 2008
The New York Times provided readers with the above pictorial representation of the political musical chairs that will be played out this November. The chart looks like the bracket for March Madness so we reached out to Vegas Odds makers so we can start our own pool (for entertainment purposes only) and call it November Madness.
Looks like there is going to be a lot of back room wheeling, dealing and maybe a few souls will be sold in order to get key elected positions.
I heard that Bob Holden has been seen walking dark streets dressed as Ru Paul, selling favors, trying to raise money for Tony Avella and Tony Nunziato. It is amazing what some people will do for possible political patronage positions.
You Go Girl!
Friday, August 8, 2008
There have been some interesting signs that indicate things are not going well for the maniacal despot, Robert Holden. Insiders say that he is in financial dire straights and that he can longer print the Juniper Berry Rag with wild abandoned. In addition, he has stepped down as president of the Midville Dodgers and has relinquished his control to a social misfit and cherished underling.
Thursday, August 7, 2008
To "let sleeping dogs lie" is to avoid restarting old conflicts. Revisiting an old conflict is like waking a sleeping dog; Queens Crap, Bob Holden, Christina Wilkenson and Tony Nunziato are too stupid to let the patriot pooch snooze on the cyber porch.
Don't poke the Henry bear because this could have devastating results. The bear could bite Holden's scrawny ass, or Christina's enormous ass, or Ed's saggy ass, or Tony's pompous ass!
Don't wake the sleeping tiger. Look what happened to the Japanese when they attacked Pearl Harbor and woke up the United States. The bombs are coming Crappy and Bob, Christina, Ed and Tony better start walking the streets with steel pots on their heads.
Patrick Corleone: Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.
Our true enemy has revealed his face again and the war has started again.
"If an injury has to be done to a man it should be so severe that his vengeance need not be feared"