According to him, yes.
Interesting how this man's entire history managed to escape Espada until a newspaper mentioned it.
The 29-year-old on serving under Pedro Espada, being called "barely an adult" by a colleague, and discussing his embarrassment with the Albany stalemate.
A loose end of the Albany stalemate is finally tied up.
And Espada makes it up to someone who funneled money meant for AIDS patients into his campaign.
Well, at least we're all in agreement.
Our level of surprise on this one? Zero to negative 25 percent.
Surprised? He is, too.
You'd think, for a $120,000 made-up position, you'd at least test out the office coffee.
"The attorney general's office has been considering the legality of the appointment since it first came to light on Monday."
Pedro Espada Jr. is making $120,000 for an "intergovernmental relations" job that never existed before.
This explains EVERYTHING.
But will this anger last until 2010?
This is not going well.
That's how frustrated he is with the Senate's failure to pass the mayoral-control bill.
Even though it started meeting again for real today.
The most dysfunctional, in fact.