The Bloomberg Legacy

We can now look back and refer to the Boss Tweed era as the good old days.

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21 thoughts on “The Bloomberg Legacy

  1. I am very disapointed that Steve McLaughlin has decided not to run for Governor. He says he does not have the $$$ to run against the well funded Cuomo camp. Where is Tom Golisano, Carl Palidino and others who could help this cause? Has anoyone even contacted these people? We need these guys and Senator Kathy Marchione to team up and GET IT DONE!! I will send him $100 right now, it not a lot but its a start!

  2. Interestingly, in spite of Bloomberg’s many statist social policies; big gulps, cigarettes, trans-fat, gun control, whatever, he ran NYC quite effectively, using standardized accounting methods that stabilized the economy and addressed the fundamental issues of infrastructure maintenance.

    de Blasio will follow the Soviet model and destroy the City as did his fellow-travelers in Detroit.

    This is going to be quite a show to watch, though not very pleasant for the Cities middle and lower classes.

  3. DeBlasio will be just as bad or sorse…..stay out of New York City if you can, take the bridges if you have to go in that don’t require tolls(yet) like the Williamsburg Bridge and 59th street Bridge….Don’t spend money in the city…..let the NYC folk be the ones to spend their hard earned cash in this sewer. Vacation on Long Island or Upstate NY or anywhere else for that matter….NYC does not deserve our money or repect when they keep voting in socialists that want to ruin the rest of the state.

  4. Stu, I don’t know which city you were living in. I for one am glad that piece of shit is gone. I don’t know what we are getting, but I hope it won’t be as bad as that dictator that just left. Maybe you are one of Bloomberg’s friends who benefited from his tenure, but I’m one of the disappearing middle-class.

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