Saturday, January 6, 2007

Lies in print

In 2004, Bloomie said, " the strong neighborhood feel that makes Queens such a special place, and that’s why my administration is fighting overdevelopment so hard." HA HA HA HA! Oh Mikey, you are quite a comedian! Of course, this was before the election.

Queens Tribune - Michael Bloomberg

While you're on that page, check out the profile of Brian's a real gas! An assorted bunch of notorious Queens developers (Mattone, Suna, etc.) are also featured.

And in this week's Tribune we come across a real estate ad posing as a legitimate news story:

LIC Has A Great View

No, newspapers aren't controlled by politicians and the real estate industry.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Remember the crooked union leader "Johnny Friendly", played by Lee J. Cobb from that 50s classic movie "On The Waterfront" (starring Marlon Brando, Rod Steiger etc.) ? Brian Mc Laughlin in spades! A guy like this gives labor unions a bad name.