Friday, June 13, 2008

Como meets with City Hall mover and shaker

Anthony Como stopped by City Hall yesterday. The first person he met with? Bill Driscoll of the Parkside Group lobbying firm.

Looks like Tony is picking up right where Pinky left off!

Photo by azipaybarah on Flickr

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Como is asking Driscoll if he knows what Brian McLaughin has told the feds about Gifford Miller the former speaker using his control of hidden non profit finds to steer contracts to Parkside and payoffs to McLaughin.

Anonymous said...

Did Como drop to his knees...assuming a supplicant's position prior to
handing Driscoll his "wish list"?

Anonymous said...

"Parkside" has become the
Cardinal Richelieu of city politics...both king-maker & crook!

They hold a veritable monopoly on malevolence.

Anonymous said...

Why did Harry Giannoulis on of the partners leave parkside?

Anonymous said...

Maybe Harry is just one step ahead
of the "shoe shine" (the feds)!

78 Ave should be one-way said...

We're in for Gallagher part II with Anthony Como. One thing though with Anthony the Hut, he has half the gray matter of the pink menace and even less charisma. Expect to see the swinger and stripper working for Como which means more dirty tricks with Gallagher lurking behind the scenes. That ultimately will lead to Como's fall.

Anonymous said...

Considering Driscoll just ran another unsuccessful campaign for Elizabeth Crowley maybe he telling Anthony Slomo that the Dems are trying to talk Dizzy Lizzy out of running in November. Then Slomo will run unopposed and Serph and the Queens GOP will not challenge the judgeships.
Oops I forgot, that's what they've been doing all along.

Anonymous said...

Where's Justin DeShitzo, Serf's resident asswipe, gofer boy and fall guy? Two more weeks Justin then watch as it hits the fan.

Oh how sweet it is!

ERIC said...

COMO IS HEADING FOR AL STABILEVILLE.

Taxpayer said...

Como seems to be asking Driscoll to help enlarge his MacPigpen to impress us on his anti-overdevelopment plans.

Anonymous said...

What a classic picture!

This should be on everyone's short list of the essance of the borough.