Quick Partial Index (all are links) To Cuomo's Corruption And Its Cost


Letter to Super DEBT Committee - Save $2 trillion dollars without harming Medicaid beneficiaries. link

Letter to Congress: save $200 billion in Medicaid in this year's budget.
link link
Congress notified of NY medicaid fraud by NYS link

Even with wildly optimistic pension earnings predictions, New York Debt per person including local debt is $24,195. For a family of four that is about $97,000. link

A. Latest on Chapter 10 Bankruptcy link 1 Link 2
B. Cuomo Budget Link 1 Link 2
C. NY Bonds Link1 Link 2 Link "Writing on Wall"

Cuomo as Governor
Medicaid Redesign Team: Medicaid Budget increases, not decreases Cuomo's Lobbyist Crony Heads Medicaid Redesign.
Cuomo's Lobbyist Crony renamed Consultant and all is well

1. Cuomo Stars as Captain Renault in Casablanca remake and link 2 Cuomo's repeat performances

2. Cuomo fails to follow Brown and cut his budget by 25%

3. More Cuomo fails to equal California's Brown

4. How States go bankrupt.

5. Cuomo and Medicaid headed nowhere

6. Look at Alternate currency: A Ron Paul, a $3 Cuomo, a California IOU

7. Cuomo's credit card taken away.

8. New Chapter 10 Federal Bankruptcy for States.

9. The new $3 Cuomo I.O.U.

10. Cuomo and NY Bondholders See The Writing On The Wall

11. New York Bankruptcy and Bond Devaluation

12. Cuomo Loads Up His Band Wagon With Committees For The Downhill Race With California

13. Ponzi to Madoff to Hevesi to DiNapoli; New York Learns About A Phony Safe 7.5% Pension Return

14 Economic Laws Lead Andrew Cuomo To A Hard Fall

15. Cuomo Meets "The Ghost Of NY Yet To Come"

16. Fiscal Disaster As Andrew Cuomo And His M.O. Are Slapped Down By Chinese Reality Checks

17. The New Word Order, "Nixon/Blogo/Cuomo" Predicates Andrew Cuomo's Fate

-Cuomo's prior corruption-

18. Cuomo Perfected His M.O. At HUD With $59 Billion Unaccounted For ; stealing the poor guys blind; Medicare $1.2 billion per year fraud; Multiple $50,000 bribes; Cuomo bungles criminal trial, rich executives walk;

19. The Second Cuomo's Smoking Gun: AEG Victory Celebration Needed Rev. Sharpton And Andrew Cuomo In The AEG Bag

20. Cuomo's Corruption Allowed $400 Million To Be Added to $1.2 Billion In NY Medicaid Fraud To Be Refunded By NY State To Federal Government

21. Andrew Cuomo Kisses And Makes Up With The Albany Swamp's Legislature Vermin, Reprobate Politicians, A Whore and Charles Rangel, Ashley Dupre, boss Vito Lopez, David Paterson, as obedient house boy, Andrew Farkas, who Cuomo accused of paying millions in kickbacks, and Allen Isaac (sex predator)

22. Sex Predator: Cuomo can clean his own nest

23. Cuomo changes pay to play to indirect payment and we're fooled

24. Cuomo bungles criminal prosecution

25. Cuomo covers up NY corruption

26. Cuomo covers up missing 9/11 Red Cross Money

27. $1.2 trillion loss resulted from the 50 % of $2.4 trillion in loans ordered by Cuomo at HUD, *Cuomo's smoking gun

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Advice to Sell State Bonds And Pending States' Bankruptcies Already Predicted On CuomoTARP Blog

 The Words of the Prophet to bondholders:  Sell now and not cry later ~ CuomoTARP Prophet

    Whereas, the NY Times reveals secret examination of States' bankruptcy, this blog had already published the simple changes necessary to create a Chapter 10 Bankruptcy for States on December 13, 2010.  see #4 below for text of law.

   Whereas, the NY Times revealed State and municipal bonds positions needed to be reduced or liquidated, this was reported earlier here on this blog multiple times.
Blog Posts:
   1. November 29, 2010,  Andrew Cuomo; A Drag Queen; And Dragging New York State Bankruptcy And NY Bond Devaluation Out Of The Closet
  Knowing what the US Supreme Court did with GM bondholders, do you believe the Supreme Court will force NY to honor NY bonds at their full value or force NY State to honor pledges to pay certain bondholders before using the money for other purposes, or just offer pennies on the dollar value of existing NY bonds? 
    2. Nov. 29, 2010, 
At Thanksgiving Fest, NY Bondholders And Cuomo See The Hand Writing On The NY Capital Walls

 The words, Mene, Mene, Tekel, u-Pharsin, written by a God of Justice Disrupt the Albany Victory Celebration.      CuomoTARP has obtained two translations for the handwriting "Mene, Mene, Tekel, u-Pharsin" on the walls of the NY Capital Buildings. It was the same Aramaic words the Babylonian King Belshazzar saw on the wall in Babylon around 539 B.C., 
  Now, the translation #2 for NY Bond Holders:
  Mene:  Count your bond values now
  Mene:  Count your bond values after the credit rate rises, inflation increases and bond desirability decreases  *See notes 3 and 4 below
  Tekel: Same as shekel or watch your money
  U-Pharsin;  Your bond values will be cut in half
The Words of the Prophet to bondholders:  Sell now and not cry later

      3.  Dec. 14, 2010 .  NY Bankruptcy, NY Bonds, NY Constitution, NY Pensions; The Resolution
    We look to the NY Constitution to see why New York must chose bankruptcy if it's available under Federal Law.   Would the federal government refuse to loan or give NY Money, because "Federal loans to States would so increase federal debt so as to lower the federal bond ratings?"   Yes, because there'll be no love lost in the new Congress for bailing out New York's or other States' proliferate spending when the Congress has its own problems.   New York's deficit is pegged at $15.8 Billion , but if NY gets money, California, Illinois and Michigan will also want bailout money.
Simple question: Will Congress bailout States or create a new Bankruptcy Chapter?

        When New York State runs out of money, (technically bankrupt or bankrupt if the new Chapter 10 is adopted), the NY Constitution requires the Comptroller "shall set apart from the first revenues thereafter received ...a sum sufficient to pay such interest, installments of principal. ... at the suit of any holder of such bonds."   so apply the moneys thus set apart. The comptroller may be required to set aside and apply such revenues as aforesaid, at the suit of any holder of such bonds.
Supposedly NY Pension Benefits are protected in this article of NY Constitution § 7. ...membership in any pension or retirement system of the state or of a civil division thereof shall be a contractual relationship, the benefits of which shall not be diminished or impaired.

       No way out except for New York to limit its payments to NY bondholders in federal bankruptcy action.

      4. The text of a new Chapter 10 Bankruptcy for States in,  A Moody's Downgrade Means Inevitable State Bankruptcies Need A New Bankruptcy Chapter 10 For States

          Federal debt for States' bailout will dry up after, "Moody's warned Monday that it could move a step closer to cutting the U.S. Aaa rating if President Obama's tax and unemployment benefit package becomes law."     There is no hope for NY or California or Illinois or Michigan except for a Federal Bailout or bankruptcy. But there's no Federal bankruptcy law applicable to the States. (See this link for more details)
      Since Congress will be reluctant to bailout States (where would it end?), we need a new Bankruptcy Chapter for State Bankruptcy to be called Chapter 10. Since States are sovereign entities and as such retain sovereign powers, Congress can simply make modifications to the present Chapter 9 for municipalities to create a United States Code Title 11 Bankruptcy Chapter 10 for States.

I've copied sections of the Federal Bankruptcy law for Chapter 9 and would remove text in blue and insert the red text.  Other parts of this Chapter 9 would remain unchanged and be renumbered from  §§
901-906  to §§1001 to 1046


903. 1003. Reservation of State power to control municipalities Sovereign power

This chapter does not limit or impair the power of a State to control, by legislation or otherwise,
a municipality of or in such State in the exercise of the political or governmental powers of such municipality, including expenditures for such exercise, but— such State, a State law prescribing a method of composition of indebtedness of such municipality of such State may not bind any creditor that does not consent to such composition; and (2)a judgment entered under such a law may not bind a creditor that does not consent to such composition.

904. 1004. Limitation on jurisdiction and powers of court

Notwithstanding any power of the court, unless the debtor consents or the plan so provides, the court may not, by any stay, order, or decree, in the case or otherwise, interfere with—any of the political or governmental powers of the debtor
State; the debtor’s use or enjoyment of any income-producing property; the sovereign immunity of such debtor State.

921. 1021. Petition and proceedings relating to petition 109(d) and 301 of this title,
a case under this chapter concerning an unincorporated tax or special assessment district that does not have such district’s own officials is commenced by the filing under section of this title of a petition under this chapter by such district’s governing authority or the board or body having authority to levy taxes or assessments to meet the obligations of such district.  State.
(b)The chief judge of the court of appeals for the circuit embracing the district
State in which the case is commenced shall designate the bankruptcy judge to conduct the case. After any objection to the petition, the court, after notice and a hearing, may dismiss the petition if the debtor did not file the petition in good faith or if the petition does not meet the requirements of this title.
If the petition is not dismissed under subsection (c) of this section, the court shall order relief under this chapter notwithstanding section (b)The court may not, on account of an appeal from an order for relief, delay any proceeding under this chapter in the case in which the appeal is being taken; nor shall any court order a stay of such proceeding pending such appeal. The reversal on appeal of a finding of jurisdiction does not affect the validity of any debt incurred that is authorized by the court under section (c)or (d)

927. 1027. Limitation on recourse

The holder of a claim payable solely from special revenues of the debtor
State under applicable nonbankruptcy law shall not be treated as having recourse against the debtor on account of such claim pursuant to section (b) of this title.

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