Sunday, July 19, 2009

Hiram calls Bloomberg a "yenta"

From NY1:

"We believe it would be meshuganah not to include parents in the education of our children," State Senator Hiram Monserrate, a Democrat from Queens, said, reusing a Yiddish term used by Bloomberg. "As opposed to loosely using the word meshuganah, we would also say we don't need a yenta on the other side of this argument and this debate. Raising the issues that he has raised in the manner he has raised them is unfortunate."

This comes in response to Bloomberg's recent hissy fit over the delay in mayoral control being renewed. It won't be long until he has a complete meltdown.


Gary the Agnostic said...

Maybe the Bloomer will say something back in Spanish.

Anonymous said...

Monserrate speaking Yiddish, Oh Vey!

Perhaps he can take time from his language studies to address the charges that he tried to gouge a woman's eye from her head with a broken bottle (or drinking glass, depending on the source).

Maybe he can make like 10 of the 12 tribes and get lost.

Anonymous said...

B-berg should be careful,someone might trip and fall with a glass in their hand.

Taxpayer said...

This is great: the private property thief and construction worker/firefighter/child killer Democrat/Republican/Independent/Republican Commissar throws a tantrum at the Democrat/Republican/Democrat eye-gouging, female abuser using children's education as a ploy for another power grab.

We can fix this for both of them.

Let's toss both on their girly-boy asses when we vote.

Let's take back control of our own life, the lives of our children, neighborhood and NYC.

Want to keep your property to pass on to your children? Or do you want to have to ask the Commissar for permission to keep what you paid for and own?

Answer that on the Primary and general election day.

Remember both abusers believe the city has first claim on all private property.

Both believe that your vote for term limits was stupid, so they both illegally overruled it.

Vote for Tony Avella!

steve said...

I agree with everything you just said, but why did you refer to him as a firefighter??

Queens Crapper said...

I think he meant it as "construction worker-firefighter-child killer"

steve said...

Ooooohhhh. Gotcha......

Anonymous said...

You would think with an open indictment this moron would keep a lower profile. Is the fix in? When is the Trial???????????????

Anonymous said...

He is back on the scene full force because his co-workers, dont have the guts nor the brains to shun him.

How friendly would you be with your co-worker if he just got arrested for stabbing his girlfriends eye out?

Who would want to be associated with someone like that? But for them, dumbing down is the politically correct way to behave.

Hopefully, at election time we have better choices.

It is a sad editorial on Queens when an out of his mind, cowardly individual can get elected to a position of power.

Anonymous said...

This only thing supersceding Monserattes stupidity is his arrogance.

Wade Nichols said...

Monserrate's calling Bloomberg a "Yenta"?

How stupid is that! It's just as dumb as Bloomberg pandering to Hispanics by speaking Spanish!

Who cares anyways?

Both Blooomberg and Monserrate are both schmucks, no matter what language you speak!

Anonymous said...

Speaking of geese, I'd like to cook his goose. Monsserrate slowly turning on a spit anyone?

Anonymous said...

how many people did bloomberg kill this year

Anonymous said...


so--who gets arrested for "hate speech" first?!?! the racists or the anti-semites?!?!

Truly comedic when your Golem runs amok in your own backyard.

Anonymous said...

At least the original golem defended his city before running amok--more than you can say for Monserrate.

Anonymous said...

Monserrate is a "shanda!"

Anonymous said...

Vote him (Monserrate) out!!!!!

The whole senate should go. Shame on them all!

Anonymous said...

The only way to get back at these low life senators is to vote them out at election time.

Can't wait!

I wish they all could be impeached.