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Another crybaby

Friday, August 15, 2008
Time: 12:20 PM

Whaa


Give me a break...hot-tempered/short-fused/angry McLachlan is at it again. There's no whining in politics.
McLachlan called on Perkins last week to return the public financing he received for the primary.

"Public financing was meant to take out special interest groups, which it essentially did, and level the playing field," McLachlan said. "But by receiving the public financing for the primary Perkins essentially had $35,000 more to spend on his campaign than I will. When I am elected I will submit a bill to correct this flaw."
A few things about the Mike the whiner and his latest hissy-hit.

1. Mike McLachlan opted to do the public financing therefore you can't whine after you approved of the program.

2. McLachlan can AT ANY POINT opt OUT OF THE PROGRAM and raise all the money he wants.

3. Before whining about anyone giving back any money, why don't you tell your boss to do what David Cappiello did and hand back the ILLEGAL BUNDLED CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS he received from James Galante.



You know, I liked McLachlan better when he running around the city videotaping the mayor's press conferences (a.k.a. showing his chief of staff skills).






No, no, I liked him better when he had himself filmed walking around the 9/11 memorial for the city's GOVERNMENT channel.



No, no, no, I liked it better when I heard about McLachlan's incredible bad temper and the fits of rage he has towards people at City Hall.

No, no, no, no I liked it better when the old timers have a laugh about McLachlan's younger years and filled me in to what the term "Sparky" means.

Here, let me fill you in...



...too easy.

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