Vincent Nunes's blog
Future generations will certainly have some questions regarding how this generation's children were brought up - and I can't blame them.
Door R3 on car #9719 had failed.
Happy New Year, dear readers!
There's a lot of stuff heading our way, but I just found this piece, and maybe my dear readers could spread this article around. I'll see you all in 2014.
This year is all but done, and I would like to wish Happy Holidays to all!
Next year begins the tenures of our Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio, Kings County District Attorney-Elect Ken Thompson, Public Advocate-Elect Letitia James and Comptroller-Elect Scott Stringer, among others.
I'm looking forward to a new era in New York politics, and know that I, along with the majority of New York, will be watching.
I'm going on a bit of a tear.
I had planned to write a scathing piece on child molestation and how disgusted I am with the entire idea.
History was made last night.
It almost doesn't feel real...but on the morning of Wednesday, November 6th, Bill de Blasio became Mayor of New York City.
Ken Thompson became District Attorney of Kings County.
Letitia James became Public Advocate.
Scott Stringer became Comptroller.
More importantly - Breezy Point Joe was shown the door.
Tomorrow's the big day, dear readers!
I was actually going to pen a piece satirizing (only because we don't have actual video of what actually occurs) of Hynes outlining his prosecution/persecution of John Kennedy O'Hara, and I would have thrown in a bit about screwing the Kung-Fu Judge, John Phillps...and then I arrived this morning, only to find so many instances of lying and misuse of resources, that I'm simply going to re-post the healdlines of those pieces:
Let's begin today with a piece penned by Paul Craig Roberts, titled Ignored Reality Is Going To Wipe Out the Human Race:
This is the real tale of two cities.
The title is essentially Charles "Joe" Hynes' campaign message.
Sounds outrageous, yes?
Explain this, then:
I don't play favorites.
Let it be known that Vincent Nunes is no hypocrite.
I've called out outgoing NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg on his ill-advised soda ban, and I would be remiss in not reporting that Democratic nominee Bill de Blasio is planning to take up said soda ban.
C'mon, Bill - don't ride on this vote-loser.
Two stories came up in my daily searches, both from Failed Messiah. The first:
Happy Friday, dear readers!
Are you allowed to attack someone who hasn't yet posed a threat to you?
These guys seem to think so: