It's All Greek To Harry
Picking up where we left off yesterday, we find GOP state comptroller-candidate Harry Wilson qualifying more on the fiscal genius and ethical superiority he gleaned while working on Wall Street--even though he's not really sure what the state comptroller does.
Sure like to see Harry explain that one, huh?
Then there's this gem of irony:
This guy's too much, isn't he? But maybe Harry should consider this line instead: "Greece, the land of my parents, is quickly dying at the hands of my ex-employer:"
Nice work! Harry and his boys got the Greeks coming and going. Pretty hard to do. Hopefully these guys at least left a couple of (devalued) drachmas as a tip.
You think Harry still really believes that working a bond desk at Goldman is as civically virtuous as being a teacher or an engineer or a nurse?
Finally, here's Harry on how he'll "Fix New York:"
You got all that? I hope so because that all he's got--one paragraph. At his next press conference somebody ought to ask him what a dry appropriation is, or the revenue streams of the MTA, or how the state's gross receipts tax works. (I can guarantee a glazed look from Harry on the latter--assuming he doesn't read this blog post and do his undone due diligence).
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