Various defenders of the indefensible attempt to force New Yorkers to endure the traffic jams, subway delays, police blockades and the wasting of taxpayer dollars that would have accompanied the Olympics here are now trying to explain that the failed campaign was a net plus for New Yorkers. The most ridiculously over the top such effort was a letter sent by former NYC Olympics honcho & Deputy Mayor Dan Doctoroff.
As some may recall, “Democratic” pollsters Doug Schoen & Pat Caddell, as part of the Murdoch subsidized anti-Obama campaign recently urged voters to write-in Hillary Clinton for President in the New Hampshire Presidential Primary.
I hope that members of the New York press read the latest poll that included possible Third Party Presidential candidates before they publish any more nonsense from Doug Schoen or Kevin Sheeky about Bloomberg for President.
Here are the numbers:
The Huffington Post reports on the deal between Cooper Union and the St. Mark’s Bookstore to keep the store open.
While the story is played as feel good story, I don’t agree.
One of the attempts to try to explain Kathy Hochul’s upset win appeared on theatlantic.com and was written by Chris Good, who is identified as an associate editor at The Atlantic, where he writes for the Politics channel and who previously reported and blogged for The Hill newspaper.
Michael Goodwin in Sunday’s NY Post thinks he has caught Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver in a hypocritical inconsistency.
For those who are afraid that Donald Trump might actually become the Republican nominee for President next year, I say don’t worry.
Remember 4 years ago and see if these qualities that describe the then GOP front runner in all the polls don’t also apply to Trump. And we all remember what happened to that frontrunner.
Obnoxious New Yorker
Hosted NBC TV Show
Obsessed with golf
LAS VEGAS – Nevada Sen. John Ensign announced Thursday he will resign amid an ethics investigation