Thursday, October 26, 2006

Chief of operations loses his office - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Chief of operations loses his office - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 'There's no reason for the car,' said James Broussard, chairman of the Central Pennsylvania-based Citizens Against Higher Taxes. 'The car is available because it's part of the job, but he's not on the job.'
Does this story have wheels or not?

Luke said on the radio today, Thursday, at 11 am or so, that Dennis does NOT have use of his car any longer.

So, we've got conflicting stories. ???

Dennis might be a good one for hire by Jeff Koch. Jeff is going to need to have some muscle to win his re-election to Council in the spring.

3 comments:

Al-X said...

This is a bit off topic, but I just wanted to stop by and say thank you for telling people not to vote for Bob Casey. As someone who agrees that homosexuality is akin to pedophelia and beastiality, and who wants a religious fundementalist (and a dumb one at that) to represent our state, I think Santorum has been great! Thanks for helping, in your very small way, to ensure that we get six more years of Rick!

Maybe this time we'll get to invade Iran!

Vote Green Party! YEAH RICK SANTORUM!!!

Mark Rauterkus said...

Say what? Seems as if the Political Logic of Philly is visible in the posting above.

Anonymous said...

Mark, you need to support Bob Casey.

And second...I'll trust the Mayors word that Regan does not have use of the city car. The TRIB jumped on something without checking it out 1st.