Thursday, April 17, 2008

Serf puts his priorities in order

Let the record show that State Senator Serf Maltese never attended one St. Saviour's rally but showed up with a bullhorn to protest the closing of a bowling alley.

Maltese said a line had to be drawn somewhere. “There comes a time when you must call for a halt when it’s destroying our community,” he said. - Queens Chronicle

This guy will be throwing a gutterball in November.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

In less than 9 months, we dump this turd. Thank God.

Anonymous said...

Plenty of churches in the city. there's not enough bowling alleys.

Anonymous said...

The only thing funnier than Serf in a bowling jacket is the press release he sent out about St. Saviour's where he managed to get just about every fact wrong and thanked Vinny Arcuri who didn't do a damn thing to help and in fact met with the developer to help him get housing built there.

Anonymous said...

Serf is a senile old fart whose days are numbered as a representative.

Anonymous said...

On election day, vote for Joe A.

Anonymous said...

Serf is one of the reasons Middle Village is starting to resemble a third world shithole.

Anonymous said...

Wait til you hear what he and his buddy Joe Crowley did to undermine a community effort to preserve open space. It's coming out during the campaign.

Anonymous said...

So Serf is out in public making appearances, eh? Must be worried about re-election. It only took him having an opponent for him to get his ass in gear. How stupid his district is for not putting up opposing candidates all these years.

Anonymous said...

I'll never forget many, many years ago when Serf sent out a newsletter announcing that he was in favor of making it legal to allow women to breast feed in public. Right then I knew this guy was a complete joke. With all the issues and problems his district faces, whipping out the milk duds was near the bottom of the list. Kind of like this.

Anonymous said...

Watch one of Serf's lackeys post that he's giving $100,000 to save the church as if giving away our own tax money is something to be thankful to him for. Too bad he's decided to play politics and not give it to the group that's actually doing all the work.

Serf'in USA said...

Hey Serf, the Pope is coming to town! Time for you and the wifey to a prepare a special plate painting of you dressed up like a horse's ass so you can present it to his holiness, amd break your own world record for the most inappropriate and awkward gift in history.

Then you can use a photo of this fiasco in your campaign materials, to guarantee a crushing defeat.

John said...

I guess he figures your average bowler votes, but your average preservationist is a lost cause.

Taxpayer said...

Isn't it great when any candidate has a real opponent?

Let's all listen carefully to each candidate for this Senate seat. Just listen and question. No favorites. Your only favorite should be you and your family.

Then, on election day, toss this relic out!

Anonymous said...

Be careful what you ask for. If Joe A. becomes our Senator Malcolm Smith becomes Majority Leader. The Senator Majority Republicans may be a disapointment but Malcolm Smith, Shelly Silver and David Paterson running the State is a recipe for disaster. The Dinkins years are going to look good by comparison. This State will well Baltimore.

Anonymous said...

Yes, because Joe Bruno has my best interests in mind.

Anonymous said...

I am ashamed to say that I dont know who will be running against Serf Maltese in November.
Who will it be and what is their platform?
Thanks for the info.

Anonymous said...

It will be Joe Addabbo and/or Albert Baldeo. The platform: down with senile old men in bowling jackets.

quit bashin' old folk said...

many ol' timers are far wiser than some of these wet behind the ears young'us. Not Serf, perhaps, but there are more than a few. Take McCain for instance. He's looking better and better. And I'm a Dem!

Anonymous said...

As a fellow Democrat, what makes McCain able to do better than Bush - speak English? Don't be fooled, listen to him, his beliefs are tiny fraction different from Bush's.

Only difference I found was that we will be diffently be in Iran next - then comes the draft.

Anonymous said...

McCain just seems to be "a little" more real than Ob and Hil. In all honesty I'm not happy with any of them. Really not sure who I'm voting for, probably a Dem, but I'm not ruling McCain out. Wish they could've got some better candidates running.

Anonymous said...

Don't mean to be harsh, but wishing is wasted time, please just be an informed voter and try to know what may save our country and lives.

Taxpayer said...

Is Serf a mentor for Dizzy Lizzie?

How could that be? Each would have to have a ment to mentor with.

But, don't they complement each other? Together, they yield a two digit IQ.

Now that's mind power!