Thursday, February 11, 2010

'Do You Want a Piece of Me?'

Seems the New York State Senate is turning into a low-brow version of the WWE. Here we have a thug named Kevin Parker, who in 2005 beat up a traffic agent for ticketing him and last year assaulted a New York Post photographer, now physically threatening other members of this esteemed body.
Hotheaded state Sen. Kevin Parker erupted again.

Parker "charged" toward a female colleague Tuesday night during heated, closed-door squabbling over whether to toss Hiram Monserrate from the chamber, Senate sources said.

The Brooklyn Democrat took several steps toward Sen. Diane Savino (D-S.I.) as the two engaged in a profanity-laced argument during the contentious Democratic conference, the sources said.

Parker dropped several "f-bombs" and called Savino "a b----" as she tried to explain why Monserrate could be immediately expelled with Republican votes, the sources said.
Let's play a little role reversal here for a minute. How do you think a white man would be treated if he called a black woman a bitch and tossed the f-bomb her way?
An enraged Parker, who opposed Monserrate's ouster, "went a little ballistic, swearing and screaming that the Republicans have no right to dictate what goes on in our house," one senator said.

Three Monserrate supporters - Sens. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn), Ruben Diaz Sr. (D-Bronx) and Carl Kruger (D-Brooklyn) - started yelling and egging Parker on, several sources said.

When Savino told Parker to stop interrupting her, Parker is said to have yelled, "F--k you!"

Savino responded in kind and Parker stormed at her, the source said.

Senate Deputy Majority Leader Jeffrey Klein (D-Bronx) jumped up and told Parker not to scream at Savino that way, the sources said.

Parker then swore at Klein and asked, "Do you want a piece of me?"

"If that's what it takes to stop this," Klein responded, the sources said.
I guess Parker is a bit touchy about his fellow Democrats getting booted from office.
Parker, known for his explosive temper, is under indictment for assaulting a news photographer. He faces automatic expulsion if convicted of a felony.

In 2005, he was charged with punching a traffic agent and was ordered to undergo anger management counseling.
I'm assuming he flunked out of his anger management classes.

Parker is also quite fond of Governor David Paterson.
Democrats blasted the governor for keeping them in Albany day after day and hot-headed Sen. Kevin Parker called Paterson a "coke snorting, staff-banging governor." Paterson has admitted youthful drug use and several extra-marital affairs

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