Christine Quinn Mike Bloomberg’s mini-me must never be mayor of NYC. Kick her out of NYC gov. so she has to pay her own massive legal bills. She flushed democracy down the toilet and pushed thru an illegal third term. She is a sell-out and brushed aside 2 investigations in to CityTime the largest White Collar crimes so far exposed NYC gov. http://www.christinequinn.com/
After Chapter 1 was posted on Scribd, many readers learned how Christine Quinn tried to throw well-respected activists under the bus during her tenure at the Anti-Violence Project (AVP). Since Chapter 1 was released, activists came forward to provide more information about that period of time. Chapter 1 has been updated, to include this new information.
Christine Quinn's claim to have kept true to her housing activist roots is refuted by information in Chapter 2. She accepted donations from the real estate industry during her 1999 campaign for the City Council. Information about these real estate campaign donations was first revealed by John Fisher, the administrator of ChristineQuinn.com and verified with the Campaign Finance Board Web site.
Thus far, Roots of Betrayal : The Ethics of Christine Quinn has dispelled the notion that the beginnings of Christine Quinn's career in politics was truly rooted in Progressive sensibilities.
In the chapters to come, Christine Quinn would continue to betray the community, become involved in corruption with all the appearances for "pay-to-play," until she would finally jeopardize her mayoral ambitions. Stay tuned !
Link. Read an updated Chapter 1 and a newly released Chapter 2 on Scribd !
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About the Book. Roots of Betrayal : The Ethics of Christine Quinn takes a ''behind the scenes'' look at New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn's politics and ethics. Roots of Betrayal : The Ethics of Christine Quinn provides an over-view of the controversial overturning of term limits, the way that Speaker Quinn uses discretionary budgetary allocations to subvert the democratic process in the City Council, and the many other examples of how Speaker Quinn betrays Progressive ideals, her constituents, and even the LGBT community.
About the Author. Louis Flores is an LGBT activist and blogger. He began blogging about New York City politics in 2009, after Speaker Quinn overturned term limits. His activism and blogs have been covered by The New York Times, The Advocate, The New York Daily News, and Têtu.
Selected Web Sites, Social Media, and Videos
Christine Quinn Mike Bloomberg's Mini MeA blog by the multi-media artist Suzannah B. Troy. Read the blog that inspired the "Mini-Me" nickname that Christine Quinn acknowledged inan articlein The New York Times. Blog Link : Christine Quinn Mini Me