Skip to comments.Weinshall-Bloomberg Bridge [Schumer's Wife and Brooklyn Bridge Disrepair]
Posted on 09/15/2006 5:35:23 AM PDT by syriacus
...the superannuated span, as emblematic of the city as the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty, has been falling into disrepair. ...its steel elements are rusting, exposed to the elements by lack of paint. ....
It turns out that the way the city will pay for the upcoming paint job is symptomatic of New York at its fiscal worst. The bulk of that $85 million, or whatever the cost shoots up to by the time painters actually arrive on site, will come not from the city's operating budget but from its capital budget. That means the city will be paying for the project with borrowed money, for New York's capital kitty is financed almost entirely through bonding. Taxpayers will be paying the principal and interest for decades.
(Excerpt) Read more at nysun.com ...
Maybe she'd do a better job if she could be a full-fledged member of Chuck's male-only secret society.
But he did fire a man who had a solitaire game on his computer, and oh yes, he did fire a man who went ouside for a smoke.
Well, at least Chuck made sure that women can have a seat on an abortionist's table...even if the same women can't be full members of his Masonic Lodge.
Chuck's probably happy that Hillary can't go to his secret meetings, too.
Haven't you noticed that these politicans and their wives are a joke...not only chucky cheese but kkklintons come to mind....
What about the swimmers new wife, an atty in none other than Washington D.C. how impressive (sarc)
Yep, these idiots think they have all their bases covered....
Thank you ;)
Bloomberg isn't being so prudent either. This story might put a bite on his image in a bid for the White House.
Here's a chuckle.
Funny, funny thread!! Thanks for providing the link.
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