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Re: Fulop fooled city voters
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by Showtime wrote on 2014/2/5 10:42:11

Some would obtain the license, some wouldn't. Those that didn't pursued other type of work.

I don't even know if Malik qualifies as the latter - I don't know anything about him.


He is too disabled to get relicensed in his own field but is not too disabled to be mayor which is as just as physically active job.




How do his disabilities compare to those of FDR?

HA! Great question.


It is not the disabilty as much as the hypocrisy. First of all, although FDR was disabled he was not collecting a disability check. Disability insurance did not take affect until the mid 50's. Second, to what degree is he disabled. Is it 100% (not allowed to work at all) or is it a percentage which then allows him only to work a certain amount of time according to the disability. I imagine being the mayor of a city the size of ours requires that someone be in some kind of decent health. And lastly, Malick carried on about honest and transparency, etc? If he had been eleccted wouldn't he then become one of those double dippers that no one seems to be to fond of?

Posted on: 2014/2/6 0:07
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Re: Fulop fooled city voters
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by Showtime wrote on 2014/2/5 10:42:11

Some would obtain the license, some wouldn't. Those that didn't pursued other type of work.

I don't even know if Malik qualifies as the latter - I don't know anything about him.


I heard that some of the other type of work he pursued was SSD. Nice. He is too disabled to get relicensed in his own field but is not too disabled to be mayor which is as just as physically active job.

The guy is a joke who couldn't get any real support from his own community.


Posted on: 2014/2/5 16:29
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