Saturday, January 17, 2009

Hizzoner sounding like a candidate

From the NY Post:

Trying to make the most of scarce resources, Mayor Bloomberg announced a low-cost crackdown yesterday on quality-of-life crimes by establishing a "Dirty Dozen" list of the worst offenders in each borough.

"Let me make you this promise now," Bloomberg declared at Brooklyn College in his eighth State of the City speech. "We won't cede an inch to the squeegee men, turnstile jumpers and graffiti vandals who breed a sense of disorder and lawlessness. Not on our watch."


Too little, too late, pal. Maybe if you walked around someplace other than the Upper East Side, you would have realized this years ago.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes it is too little, too late.Its all hot air that sounds good to the naive folks of Manhattan in the Upper East side and Upper West side.Im still waiting for him and his staff to cut their salaries, but I wont hold my breath.

Queens Crapper said...

Well, let's remember that he only makes a dollar. I am sure he'll be reminding us of that constantly throughout the upcoming months. His staff on the other hand more than makes up for his lack of pay.

LibertyBoyNYC said...

Why doesn't he just put on a Guiliani mask already?

Anonymous said...

LibertyBoyNYC said...
Why doesn't he just put on a Guiliani mask already?

Saturday, January 17, 2009
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Why? Isn't he scary enough already?

Taxpayer said...

Commissar D&T says:
"We won't cede an inch to the squeegee men, turnstile jumpers and graffiti vandals who breed a sense of disorder and lawlessness. Not on our watch."

He's giving it all up to developers who will violate every building code on the books.

But, he's lying anyway. Graffiti vandals are on the rampage. Turnstile jumpers now instead board the back doors of busses and kill the drivers. On his watch.

Anonymous said...

What's the matter Mayor Mike?

Did somebody just tag your town house
or try to squeegee the windshield of that limo that you take to your subway stop where you then board a train for your long ride to work?