Friday, November 04, 2005

"One Hand Washes The Other"

These are the responses to my November 3 article, "One Hand Washes The Other." (Proposition One and Campaign Finance) Thanks to all, please continue to provide us with your feedback.

5 comments:

  1. Another very good article by you. Thank you.

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  2. 1. And customers of the Cablevision monopoly will continue to pay their monthly invoices on time while such corporate largess goes uninvestigated nor chastised;

    2. The only difference between this payment and the inherent quid pro quo, and the oldest profession in the world, is that in this case, it's a 3rd party who "gets screwed;" that being the Cablevision customer -not the "john" who tendered the cash- nor the "prostitute(s)" who received it.

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  3. Cashel Rock12:14 PM

    Great anthology of NY's speciality: Legalized Bribery.
    "Sphinxes."

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  4. In the long run we lose by not having a stadium in NYC that has a roof and is multiuse. We lost a good opportunity and many of my associates agree. The politics of the situation was a shame. We are the largest city in the world without our own football stadium/multiuse. Our teams the Jets and Giants are in New Jersey. We do not get the advantage of them being in NYC. What a bunch of shortsighted individuals. It is always about the money and not the people.

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  5. there's good adversarial punch to this...it's a welcome "potch" to the subject matter...

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