- This, I think, is an interesting story. If Stone could pull this off, he truly is a miracle worker, and the LPNY would probably gain permanent ballot statusMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 22, 2010View SourceThis, I think, is an interesting story. If Stone could pull this off, he truly is a miracle worker, and theLPNY would probably gain permanent ballot status in the process. Who knows? Warren could possiblybe our new Attorney General too.Any comment Warren? Chris: can you or any of the other LPNY officials here "share"?I guess I should ask Steve Levy if he is a part of this deal too.Carl----- Original Message -----From: Sam SloanTo:Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2010 8:44 PMSubject: [LPQC] Albany Times Union Reports: Warren Redlich and Roger Stone on the verge of a deal
Breaking News: It is being reported in several newspapers and on
several websites that Warren Redlich and Roger Stone have been
discussing a deal for the last several days and are close to
concluding an agreement.
The deal being proposed is that Warren Redlich will step aside as the
Libertarian Party candidate for Governor so that Kristin Davis, the
Manhattan Madam, will be the party nominee. In return, Warren Redlich
will become the Libertarian Party nominee for state attorney general
plus Redlich will also become the Republican Party nominee for
Attorney General and the Tea Party nominee for attorney general. Larry
Flynt will become the Libertarian Party nominee for United States
The way this will happen is that Rick Lazio and Carl Paladino will
contest the Republican Party primary. Lazio will defeat Paladino but
then Lazio will be offered a judgeship on the New York Court of
Appeals and so will step aside leaving Paladino as the Republican
nominee for governor and Redlich as Paladino's nominee for Attorney
What is especially shocking about this proposed deal is that both
Redlich and Roger Stone assume that they have the Libertarian Party of
the State of New York in their hip pockets and that the Libertarian
Party will go along with whomever they want to nominate.
This deal is being discussed in several newspaper articles and blogs.
It was also mentioned in today's New York Daily News.
http://blog. timesunion. com/capitol/ archives/ 25281/redlich- speaks-ive- been-running- for-governor/
http://yonkerstribu ne.typepad. com/yonkers_ tribune/2010/ 04/carl-paladino -and-roger- stone-by- warren-redlich. html
http://wredlich. com/ny/2010/ 04/carl-paladino -and-roger- stone/
Meanwhile, Ken Runion says "Warren Redlich is notorious and well known
as a cybersquatter, cyberpirate, and domain name identity thief who
has taken the names of at least six people that we know about."
http://www.kenrunio n.org/tag/ mark-grimm/
http://www.SamsOwnB ooks.com/ shop.aspx