Why newspapers go easy on overdevelopment and the people who make it possible:
Assemblyperson Mark Weprin
Assemblywoman Audrey Pfeffer
Congressmember Carolyn Maloney
State Senator George Onorato
Councilmember Eric Gioia
Congressmember Gary Ackerman
Congressmember Joe Crowley
Councilmember David Weprin
Councilmember Pinky Gallagher
FDR Democratic Association
Forest City Ratner
FS Marino Realty
Global City Enterprises
Assemblyperson Margaret Markey
Councilmember Melinda Katz
Councilmember Peter F. Vallone, Jr.
Pistilli Realty Group
Remax Today Realty
State Senator Serphin Maltese
State Senator John Sabini
Thursday, June 28, 2007
Special commemorative newspaper issue
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:35 AM
Labels: Carolyn Maloney, David Weprin, Dennis Gallagher, Eric Gioia, George Onorato, John Sabini, Mark Weprin, Melinda Katz, Peter Vallone, Serphin Maltese
"QC blog" must be really doing a great job ripping these proponents of over development some new a--holes..... that the weekly (weak lie) press feels compelled to publish this "elegant" puff piece issue .....extolling the "virtues" of these menaces to our quality of life!
Publishing real news worthy articles requires brains, talent and investigative skills and plain hard work!
None of these qualities are displayed by their staff, editors or owners !
(Vickie's "Courier" takes the 1st place prize in the category of being a trite "newspaper".....Joseph Pulitzer is probably puking in his grave )!!!
Western Queens, the wild west of development.
Just gotta clear the land of those noble 'savages' that despoil it.
He haw hi yo!
This paper represents the heart of darkness in preservation: CB1
Hey crappie, put up that article from the Gazette where Delis tells his community that they are powerless to do anything about development.
I want the whole world to see that.
I wish they'd get the goods on "Trib" founder Ackerman already.....maybe his ties to Manes, Tommy Huang, Mc Laughlin, Team Stavisky (???).....the whole damn bunch !
That rag ain't even good to use as an ass-wipe !
I'm not for overdevelopment, but why you gotta be so heavyhanded? The word "crapper" just makes me squirm and render the city as overly negative. Communities are formed over complaining, yes, but there could be some tact to it too. Just remember that it could be worse. You could be in Brooklyn where social disorder looms over Ratner et al. If you people are looking for that lost middle class vibe with historic houses and affordable beers, you might want to try Pittsburgh. And no, I am not kidding.
Why should we move to Pittsburgh? you don't think the same tide will wash up there eventually?
Move to Pittsburgh because you can at least afford it, dummy. Yes, it may change, but that's what would have happened anywhere anyway.
I can afford to live here, and I would like to keep it that way, DUMMY!
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