Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Yeah, okay...

From 1010WINS:

More than 8,000 people write to Mayor Michael Bloomberg every month, and his office says every one of them gets a response.

And we all know that is horseshit. Unless a response consists of it being added to the City Hall circular file. The lying is pathological at this point.

14 comments:

JO said...

canned response, they mean.

faster340 said...

How did this spam post(comment) get in here... This ain't Flushing... We speak English in here predominantly.

Anonymous said...

NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!NO FOURTH TERM!!!

Missing Foundation said...

I was watching the news last night and instead of anything of poltical substance (well they did very briefly report on Monster-rat cause their face was rubbed in it) they DID have the mayor condescendingly whining that, in his better judgement, we should all stay home from the blizzard.

Like Cuba or Red China or North Korea.

The Hero of the People knows what is best for us.

primadonna said...

He does have such a whint voice, doesn't he?
I can't stand listening to him.

Gary the Agnostic said...

miss said...
天氣涼了~要注意身體喔@~@..............................

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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What does a discussion of the weather have to do with this issue?

primadonna said...

oops

whiny

Anonymous said...

his voice is New England nasal.

He is the biggest liar ever. I once got a reply from a flunky who lied and lied and lied and when I pointed out the proof she lied, she called me names. Bloomturd needs to take his nanny state back to Taxachusetts.

Anonymous said...

Wake up Queens. Stop bashing Bloomberg for just 2 minutes and read the real threat-- those idiots in Albany.

Feds to look into 'shady' Aqueduct deal


The feds have opened an investigation into Gov. Paterson's awarding of a lucrative contract to a politically connected group to run a gaming center at Aqueduct Raceway, according to a new report.

A source said the US Attorney's office in Brooklyn is looking into whether the sleaze-soaked process involved any wrongdoing, WPIX/Channel 11 reported today on its Web site.

Paterson has come under fire by members of his own staff for awarding the contract to Aqueduct Entertainment Group, which includes Rev. Floyd Flake, whose political support the governor has been seeking.

Losing bidders have also considered filing suit against Paterson for allowing the consortium chosen to operate 4,500 video slots at Aqueduct Racetrack to clean up its act after the fact.

The Aqueduct Entertainment Group announced Monday that the Darman Group -- headed by convicted criminal Darryl Greene -- would be removed as a key partner in the project.

Greene has closes ties to Flake, the influential Queens preacher, and such politicians as state Senate President Malcolm Smith (D-Queens).

One of the conditions in the legal memorandum of Understanding for the project bars people with criminal records from obtaining a gambling license. Green had been convicted of misappropriating $500,000 in government funds in 1999.

A rival bidder, Penn National Gaming, had already complained that it was passed over after offering a $300 million up-front license fee -- $100 million more than AEG. But AEG was then allowed to match the higher bid.

Anonymous said...

Anyone happen to catch page 2 of the NY post this morning? If not its also in the Daily News.

Anonymous said...

Stop bashing Bloomberg? Look into Albany? You're right on the 2nd count, except Bloomberg and other wanna be Albany important persons are funneling$ and doling out checks to pole watchers for $500. How do I get that job. Last I heard and you can check past news casts these people were volunteers? I want to volunteer and make $500 for 10hrs work sitting on my a..
Oh wait, Haggerty was a volunteer as well. I want to volunteer to make over $500,000 tax free. Hellooo, am I the only person who thought volunteers do things out of the goodness of their heart? Last I was taught, it wasn't to scam paychecks.

PizzaBagel said...

Right. A personalized, hand-signed, heartfelt, sympathetic response to each and every writer, promising a speedy resolution to any problem. And I still believe in the Tooth Fairy.

Secondly: Is Bloomie surreptitiously giving the finger in the accompanying picture? Right back atcha, and then some!

Anonymous said...

he thinks hes to big to answer any one

Anonymous said...

Written on several occasions, no response