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BREAKING NEWS
 
CRAIG CALLAWAY
MAY COST
AC TAXPAYERS
$1 MILLION DOLLARS
 
... ATLANTIC CITY CLERK
ROSEMARY ADAMS
IS PLAYING
ON THE CRAIG CALLAWAY
TEAM ...
 
HERE IS THE PROOF ...
 
The two paragraphs below are directly from today's Atlantic City Press article ... Read these two paragraphs ... Then I will make the case! 
 
"While Cassandra McCall-Clark and William Marsh voted for it, Gibb Jones, Dennis Mason and Ramon Rosario voted no. Eugene Robinson and Marty Small abstained.

Council President Craig Callaway did not have a chance to vote before City Clerk Rosemary Adams pointed out that having two or more people vote against it killed the measure."
 
HARRYHURLEY.COM ANALYSIS
 
There have been countless votes taken over the years, whereby the decided result is in before the last Council Member votes ... You still take the vote to get the accurate final vote total and to give each Member a chance to have their individual vote documented ... For instance, does Rosemary Adams stop other votes when the decided count gets to 5 or 6? After all, the vote is no longer in doubt ... In our estimation, Adams is playing politics ... We believe this was politically crafted in advance ... to protect Callaway, a challenged political candidate for Mayor ... from having to cast his vote on this measure ... Yet, still assuring in the end that Mayor Langford would be obstructed, again ...
 
Our final piece of proof to expose Adams political participation in this twisted affair ... Why did she allow 3 Members (Jones, Mason, Rosario) of City Council to vote against the measure? Why didn't Adams stop the vote as soon as the second member of city council voted against it?    
 
Obviously, there was no public purpose to stop the vote before Callaway could be heard from ... Except, to politically protect him ...  
 
The bottom line ... Craig Callaway is potentially costing the taxpayers of Atlantic City nearly $1 million from his latest stunt ...
 
We, at HarryHurley.com, are confidant that Farooq Salaam and The Callaway Political Gang will be forced by public opinion to routinely approve this matter (in two weeks) ... They are merely functionaries on an occasion such as this ... They cannot responsibly say no ...
 
And, while I do not want to see the Atlantic City taxpayers politically raped for $1 million dollars ... One can only hope that Farooq will once again demonstrate how unprofessional and unworthy he is to hold public office ... in the position he now holds and for the position he is now seeking ...
 
Any normal City Council in America would have approved a measure which saves its taxpayers $1 million dollars ...   
 


February 19, 2005           HarryHurley.com