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I thought this election day NY Post cover was remarkable enough to merit posting days later (when my internet finally returned)
Old man Kelly in Grumpy Cat pose demanding we elect the one candidate who would keep him in the job. Sorry, Kelly, NYC gad had enough of Bloomberg’s ways
There was a time, in 2001 when the Daily News and even the Post were taking shots at Bloomberg and would have easily sunk his candidacy by simply quoting his ugly words. Money must have change hands and the real Bloomberk became “Mike”. Seems like with Bush, once the lame duck term, some truth is allowed to peek out,
Mike Ihave my own army Bloomberg let this one out. I am sure “stop and frisk” will sound legit now, and its proponent Quinn is greatly helped by this
Immersed as I was in the NSA horror, I thought for a second that – gasp – Bloomberg was doing something good for a change
I should have known better. He simply wants “his army” to break the Fourth Amendment (his stop and frisk) without federal supervision
It’s about his “stop and frisk” policy being challenged and the federal scrutiny it’s undergoing
“We have disciplined and well-trained police officers whose experience has been paid in blood.”
Maybe, But whose blood?
They are all again on first name basis with their favorite billionaire as they report this tabloid story
with only Metro keeping a professional tone ,
I had to see the Daily News cover – which seems to be lifted from the UK SUN to see the missing word missing in the CNN article I read today.
NY Post leads with the same photo from the video CNN elected to post without a sound. I see the knee jerk rationalizations from the left: “But is this terrorism? Why aren’t other murders terrorism? (I guess the murdered must chose to put the label on)
Anthony Weiner missed on the phallic jokes today, only got a raised eyebrow from AMNY Everyone knows the medis (i.e Bloomberg) has designated Cristine Quinn as successor, so…
And as for Bloomberg’s other “nice intention, poor execution” plan, I’ll believe it when I see it (3 days left).