Can Mayor Adam Bradley, convicted Thursday of attempted assault, contempt and harassment charges, provide the effective leadership White Plains requires?Market Research
I am stunned that this even calls for a poll in anyone’s eyes. He ought to resign, and do it now. The private sector wouldn’t keep him, and neither should White Plains taxpayers. If Bradley is half of a man, he’ll resign now and give the City time to regroup, establish a plan for moving forward, and get back on track toward the important City business that desperately needs attention.
Bradley, sadly, is not even half a man. Clearly someone who has cried “foul” with every woman he has had a relationship with is not a real man. He’ll never step down since in his warped view of himself he is innocent and unfairly accused.
I hope the Common Council has the guts to demand that delusional Bradley be removed from office.
Clearly Mr. Bradley has had to devote too much of his time to this court case and despite his remarks to the contrary it is a distraction that the City and its taxpayers should not have to continue to endure. If he was of a different party then the members of the council they would all be seeking his ouster. Who would have thought after clueless Joe, we could have a second loser. Get out now and the balance of the council including his good friend Dennis Power should have the guts to stand up and demand he leave.
Mayor will not step down until his pension kicks in.
In his remarks outside the courthouse after the verdict, Bradley vowed that this is not over, he’s waiting for the “real trial” to begin. As he states, he will be very busy with appeals for months to come. Best to step down and take care of that, we won’t mind!
time to do something!
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