Bloomberg must never get the Republican ballot line again
Michael Bloomberg must not run for mayor on the Republican line.
Sunday's NY Post David Seifman "Inside City Hall" column states that Bloomberg is sending out robo-calls saying how close Bloomberg is to Barack Obama's policies. Mayoral hopeful Bill Thompson was stunned.
Yes, New York City is a Democrat town. Barack Obama is a Democrat. Perhaps Bloomberg feels that he has to do this. Or perhaps Bloomberg just quite simply really is a Democrat and has been all along.
Ultimately, Obama's policies are a disaster for New York City. Obama has no love of Wall Street. The rich are all greedy -- their money must be confiscated and redistributed through killing taxes.
Want incredibly higher energy costs? Want your Con Ed bill to triple? That's coming!
Want to kill charter schools and have no educational choices? Want the teachers unions to continue to run the city and grab money for their already-well-off retirees?
Want long lines and waits for essential health care? Want your health care rationed? Want the government to dictate your lifestyle choices?
Perhaps Bloomberg knows that Obama is bad for New York, or perhaps he's willing to overlook it. It doesn't matter anymore. Bloomberg is telling everyone he LOVES Obama!
John McCain was one of Michael Bloomberg's first supporters. Yesterday's news. McCain lost; Obama won.
Bloomberg must not get the Republican ballot line ever again.
CANDIDATE BLOOMY'S A BAM MAN
HE refuses to say for whom he voted in the presidential election, but Mayor Bloomberg is now hitching his political wagon to President Obama in hopes of defusing mayoral challenger Bill Thompson's obvious appeal to black voters.
Bloomberg has become such a fervent champion of Obama in recent weeks that it sometimes seems that he -- not Thompson -- is the Democrat in the race.
The mayor's campaign last week unleashed robo-calls to remind voters that Bloomberg and Obama are on the same page when it comes to health-care reform.
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