WFP False Prophet?
"Beware of false Prophets who come to you in lambs' clothing; from within they are plundering wolves." -- Matthew 7:15
Newsday columnist William F. B. O'Reilly and a Republican political consultant does a corporate anti union hit on the WFB and Misses the Story
GOP Consultant O'Reilly is so busy attacking the WFP as anti business that he misses the most important fact about the future of the WFP. He say the WFP was previously investigated for election fraud. WRONG. SI DA Donovan last year reopened his investigation of the WFP attempt to defraud the city's matching fund program. Which ever business pac hired O'Reilly should demand their money back. By the way the new WFP investigation if it results in charges could knock down the de Blasio campaign for mayor.
For Working Families Party, Inquiries Without End(NYT) * Working Families Party Seeks to Oust Special Prosecutor(WSJ)
* Working Families Party back under investigation | Crain's New York ... * Governor Cuomo and the Working Families Party: Eve of Destruction?(Nation) Now, the governor’s aides are pushing a line to the press that the “third parties” in New York have “too much” influence.
In Newsday, political consultant William F. B. O’Reilly mocks the Working Families Party’s efforts on state campaign finance reform because of the party being previously investigated for election fraud. The WFP and its cohorts are here to clean up New York politics this time. It says so right on the WFP website.The WFP-led coalition, calling itself the Fair Elections for New York Coalition, would have us believe that so virtuous are its intentions, that between $750,000 and $1 million has rained down on the group in the past few weeks to advance its high-minded cause. That money, which fell from the sky like manna from reform heaven, will be used on television ads beginning next week attacking "the big money crowd."