With Espada

Tuesday, August 31, 2010 - 01:39 PM

Senate Conference Leader John Sampson does what not many Democrats are doing: appearing with Pedro Espada Jr.

They're announcing a town hall meeting about immigration on September 9. Another town hall meeting Epsada organized was canceled, reportedly, because it was drawing protests from his critics. Of which, there are many.


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Espada and Simpson are leaders who support each other, Simpson cut a deal to bring Espada back on board of the Democratic Senate "CRAZY" Committee and is keeping he part of the deal, while "OTHERS" who agreed to the "DEAL" are trying to throw him and Diaz, and "OTHERS" under a bus.If they survive being run over I can only wonder what "DEAL" they will cut to keep Espada and Diaz and "OTHERS" ?Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. MachiavelliVJ Machiavelli www.vjmachiavelli.blogspot.comNo More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel, Engel"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for the Lazio Team"

Sep. 01 2010 09:21 AM

Espada you POS

Sep. 01 2010 01:08 AM

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