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Pay Up! White House Tells Another Appointee

Okay, this time it isn’t taxes.  It’s just a long overdue bill for home renovation.  Reports the New York Daily News:

The White House told urban czar Adolfo Carrión on Wednesday to pay the architect who did work on his Bronx home more than two years ago.

The Daily News reported that Carrión, the former Bronx borough president who is now the White House urban policy director, had the architect draw up renovations in early 2007. That work came as Carrión’s office was reviewing the architect’s plan for a housing project.

Carrión still hasn’t paid for the work, raising questions about whether it was a freebie done to win approval of the project.

Bronx District Attorney Robert Johnson’s office confirmed Wednesday night it was looking into the matter.

No wonder Democrats believe in the eternal free lunch.  For Democratic politicians, everything truly is free!

Doug Bandow
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Doug Bandow is a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute.
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