Monday, August 24, 2015
SEGARRA:BRONIN DOESN'T HAVE THE EXPERIENCE TO BE MAYOR
That made me wonder, what was Segarra's experience to qualify to become Mayor? If my recollection serves me, Pedro Segarra was a bankrupt lawyer who was also being investigated by the Lawyers Statewide Grievance Committee for a complaint of fleeceing his former lover and client, John Mendez of over $100,000, all documented. To see the documentation for the Segarra bankruptcy filing, click here http://wethepeoplehartford.blogspot.com/2015/08/who-is-peter-segarra.html
Is that really the experience we want from a Mayoral candidate? Does a bankruptcy, financial mismanagement and ethics violations qualify a candidate to be a good Mayor?
I personally think that Luke Bronin's work experience, including his militaryexperience, time in the Malloy Administration and time with the Obama Administration carries a lot more weight than Pedro Segarra's record of ripping people off. I am not sure how Segarra feels he has any credibility when he has to face some of the same people he saddled with debts that he walked away from his financial reponsibility and filed bankruptcy.
Yes, I guess experience does matter, and Pedro Segarra's experience is all bad, but then again it may explain an awful lot when we look at Hartford's budget deficits. Mayor Segarra is using the experience from his personal life to run Hartford the same way. Can bankruptcy be far off for our City?