There was a press conference scheduled today at 1 p.m. where Mayor Frank Jackson, City Council President Martin Sweeney and Bedford Heights Mayor Fletcher Berger were to knock Republicans for aiding and abetting Wall Street in plundering hard-working Americans of their money and causing the economic meltdown.
Not a good look for Jackson's party.
Shortly thereafter, he canceled the press conference.
Seems the last thing he wanted to do was lay a verbal beatdown on Republicans the very day a Democrat bigwig was sitting in a jail cell just down the street.
That was probably a wise decision.
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