3 Responses to “Uproar follows Monserrate to pair of Ecuadorian heritage events”

  1. neversleep 6 August 2010 at 10:30 am #

    Brilliant.
    Monserrate is a thug – and a turncoat on top of that. Nobody liked him when he was a cop in the 111th precinct. Nobody liked him in the City Council. Ditto for the State Senate.

    But his vote was needed in the Senate. Not so in the Assembly, where Sheldon Silver has a huge majority of hand-puppets to nod on cue.

    Hopefully, the voters in his district will show just a glimmer of common sense and turn their backs on him… in the one instance where it’s safe.

  2. Day Lin 3 August 2010 at 3:02 pm #

    Who is Francisco Moya anyway? Never heard of him.

  3. NYC Sleuth 2 August 2010 at 10:20 pm #

    So let me get this straight,Francisco Moya unilaterally decides who gets to march in the ecuadorian parade.And other elected officials like dromm and peralta openly encouraged this fascist thug.Right.

    I am going to vote for Monserrate just because it would be so ironic that Hiram actually wins and returns to office based on the anti-incumbent sentiment among us voters.


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