Thursday, January 15, 2009

Two-Ton Tony loses his lu-lu

From the Daily News:

Queens Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio, under federal indictment for allegedly soliciting $1 million in bribes, has been stripped of his $15,000-a-year "lulu" as chairman of the Assembly Majority Program Committee, the Daily News has learned.

Seminerio's term in the little-known post expired on Dec. 31, and Speaker Sheldon Silver has decided not to reappoint him for the new session, spokesman Dan Weiller told The News.

"I can tell you as a fact that he will not be reappointed to that position," Weiller said.

Weiller had no comment on the reason for Silver's decision, but an Assembly source confirmed that it was a result of Seminerio's legal troubles.


Accept bribes: lose position in state legislature
Slash woman's face: gain position in state legislature

1 comment:

Taxpayer said...

"Accept bribes: lose position in state legislature
Slash woman's face: gain position in state legislature."

We can conclude that Two-Ton refused to share his take with Silver.

On the senate side, there was nothing to share with Monster Rat, so, screw the victim; screw the public; screw the taxpayers.

Anyway, Monster Rat provided the senators with another crime victim to laugh at.