Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Hanukkah wishes for Bloomberg

Lost City has a list of things that Bloomberg wants for the 8 days of Hanukkah. Here's a peek at the first 2:

1. A third term.
2. For people to forget how he was able to run for a third term.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

At the current rate of rape, theft, pirate government Baggie Pants and his friends will likely be offshore with trillions.

Likely the French Riviera where Asians share yummicca's with the Israeli’s & Buks.
Have no doubt these facists will have a backup if they see the boot coming.

Anonymous said...

#3 Plan a vacation to Israel with Bernard Madoff, then to the Riviera, where all the thieves with yamulkes relax side by side with Asian Shiksas.

Snake Slissskin said...

Hell he lives in Bermuda already.

Nuff said ...

Taxpayer said...

Never let this turd have a third!

Anonymous said...

No 3rd for this turd!

That's my Channukah wish.
Ahmein!

Anonymous said...

#3 Plan a vacation to Israel with Bernard Madoff, then to the Riviera, where all the thieves with yamulkes relax side by side with Asian Shiksas.

That is correct my friend.Anybody can search where the most criminally investigated billionaires live and see Israel is #1.From Russia and for example soon to be prosecuted kosher lubaticher meat plant owner from Brooklyn always try to run to Israel where the rules are lax if you are gods chosen ones.
Before anyone cries racism, look it up and see where the criminal billionaires seek refuge.

Madoff headline today:
Hedge fund boss who was $1.4bn Madoff investor is found dead
A French hedge fund manager whose company lost as much as $1.4bn (£900m) of clients' money in Bernard Madoff's scandal-ridden investment firm was found dead in his Manhattan office today after apparently killing himself.

The body of Thierry de la Villehuchet, 65, co-founder of Access International Advisers, was discovered at his company's headquarters on Madison Avenue.

Madoff is under house arrest at his luxurious penthouse on New York's upper east side, equipped with an electronic ankle tag and guarded by a security firm at his own expense. The victims of the collapse include hundreds of charitable institutions, investment firms and wealthy private investors.

Anonymous said...

It feels more like 700 days and nights of the bloomberg plague so no holiday cheer to you mister criminal mayor genius.I guess you didnt see the economic crisis coming even though economists warned of it progressing but you wasted money to build new luxury when you didnt pay attention to the infrastructure.Lets do a report card on you little guy and give you a f for scum failure.We wont hold you back, well just make you change where you set foot in this city.