Karmic justice

I suppose that I’m not supposed to be happy about someone being the victim of a crime, so I hereby denounce myself. :lol:

Florida Democratic congressman loses $18 million in scheme
Published December 10, 2013 | FoxNews.com

Florida Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson lost $18 million in a scheme by a Virginia man that involved over a 100 victims, the congressman’s office confirmed Monday.

The man who ran the scheme, William Dean Chapman, was sentenced Friday in federal court to 12 years in prison. Prosecutors say Chapman used the money to fund a lavish lifestyle including a Lamborghini, a Ferrari and a $3 million home.

In most of the court papers, Grayson’s identity is protected — prosecutors say only that an elected official with the initials A.G. was the primary victim — but documents twice mention Grayson by name.

Nothing in the court papers suggests Grayson was anything but a victim of the scheme. Grayson, a former trial attorney, said he has had a long record for picking winning stocks, which formed the basis for his personal fortune.

The Distinguished Gentleman is incendiary in his hatred for Republicans, so it doesn’t bother me in the slightest that he lost a few bucks.

7 Comments

  1. Apparently we have yet another left wing hypocrite enjoying the top 1% while denouncing working men and small businessmen as “greedy”. If Grayson lost 18 million dollars how much is this political thief worth? By the way, you can’t cheat an honest man.

  2. Also off-topic (sorry Dana) but last night Leno made a joke: This winter storm caused thousands to loose their electric. It’s almost like Obama took over the power companies.

  3. It’s almost sunset in sunny SW Florida, 84 degrees now (today’s high of 92, with 61% humidity, barometric pressure holding steady under hazy blue skies. Most snowbirds have already arrived, population has doubled from pre-Thanksgiving levels. It’s the most comfortable time of the year here.

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