Comments by daily
Posted on January 7 at 5 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I would take a long haired toothless neighbor any day, over those who cast judgement upon them. Those who do, deserve to live next to those who think as they do. Misery loves company, that said I hope you enjoy the destruction and unraveling of the greatest country on this earth. You deserve nothing short than the consequences from those you elect, and continue to elect. Semper Fi
Posted on January 4 at 11:54 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Inside the jail inmates can write each other. Wells probably put out the orders to other gang members.
Posted on January 3 at 8:48 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Scam? Why don't you go tell the thousands of servicemen who watched there brother die in combat protecting the U.S.A. from foreign Terrorists. They must have been scammed into believing they were being shot at and blown up by terrorists who hate America. Have you forgotten 9/11 ? That must have been a scam to right? Have you ever scene combat ChuckD ? It's definitely not a scam. Real men have protected, protect, and will continue to protect this country, so that you can sit behind the protection of a computer screen and be conned into your distorted truths by those who never had the courage to do what it takes to protect their own freedom.
Posted on January 2 at 11:51 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Tonijean- "-all people in this country are innocent of all accusations"?????????? Are you kidding me!!!!! Essentially you are saying that no one lies or cheats in this country ? There for no one has a right to call a person out when they see wrong doing ?? You sir/mam have a far more delusional train of thought than wmarincic. I am not defending wmarincics comment, that being said, he/she should probably offer some sort of what he/she believes to be fact, in order to give their statement any validity.
GRANT18- I could write an entire short story on how the current "Schenectady Democrats" are no where near the "model" political party you say they are. Any citizen of Schenectady who can really say Schenectady is on the "right path" has; 1. Never been a victim of a crime in the crime stricken city they live in. 2. Has more money than they know what to do with to afford some of nations highest property taxes, that have been imposed by your "model" party. 3. Truly believes that all people are inherently good natured, there for couldn't possibly abuse the system designed to help those who truly need assistance. I pity anyone who believes any of the above listed statements. It's only a matter of time before Schenectady collapses, due to high crime rates, high property taxes, and a high rate of government assistance fraud. Look around, the working class tax paying citizens who see this happening are moving out, and the only place businesses are slowly opening up are downtown, where lucrative incentives are handed out by an authority run by a power hungry group of individuals. "Schenectady -Get out while you can!"
Posted on January 1 at 11:45 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Considering he was nominated by Bush I, unknown. Just another example of our great nation slipping away into the hands of those who simply have no respect or understanding of the principals this country was founded on. Stock pile what you can now, the future is awfully cloudy for law abiding citizens.
Posted on January 1 at 11:38 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Bob Carneys tenure is directly contributed to the high crime stats scene county wide. His policy of pleading out cases to disgustingly non existent punishments is not only a disservice to the people he serves, but also in my opinion, a dereliction of duty. Carney prides himself on his "conviction rating", well his conviction rating is so high because barely any cases go to trial, most plea out to a sentence that is most favorably on the side of the criminal. The public would be appalled if they were aware of the deals the District attorneys office hands out to career criminals on a daily basis. These criminals do not fear our local criminal justice system, one reason why it is so back logged with cases. I encourage anyone who doesn't believe this to investigate it for themselves. When a suspect is caught carrying a loaded stolen handgun, has a previous record, and pleads out to a sentence of 3-4 years, and is released in less than two years, the system is broken. Its time someone runs against Mr. Carney, and restores our criminal justice system to where it should be.
Posted on December 29 at 1:24 p.m. (Suggest removal)
So good old schenectady already has some one on the city council who is corrupt, and they always want to bash the police department. news flash it's every where and this article shows it. "Let's lie and get it because once I'm in I have a enough Guyanese votes to stay in". I can't wait to move out of the city of Schenectady such a good city but yet such a city that is so lost.
Posted on December 23 at 9:28 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Domestic abuse response team??????? there is no such thing in the police department. And great they get a button to push to get the police there, only they are on shooting calls stabbing calls other domestic calls so.....
Posted on December 21 at 11:13 a.m. (Suggest removal)
If you are keeping track of what local lawmakers in the Schenectady County area are doing with regards to A6974/S4714, Assemblymember Steck and Senator Tkaczyk support and have co-sponsored. Senator Farley and Assemblymember Santabarbara have not added their names to the legislation.
Posted on December 18 at 5:59 p.m. (Suggest removal)
The best part about all of this was that lots of time and resources were wasted in doing just that....handing out ticket for j walkers and disorderly conduct arrests for impeding traffic. The campaign clearly worked. Stop blaming the city and start blaming the people of this city that find that they are too good to be productive members of society.