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These proposals were concocted by de Faustio and his fauxgressive cult. The biggest deception is the one that purports to limit campaign contributions. It doesn't even take effect for two years, right when this corrupt money grubbing bastard leaves office.
Certainly when this mayor leaves he'll be doing fundraising full time and he will find the loopholes in this proposal he supervised.
Diblasio said vote yes on the ballot questions, so that automatically means we need to vote no. Anything that clown supports is bad for our city.
And this too. Choice quote by Bill, which was the first thing he said to a crowd of supporters and not reporters: "No, I am not breaking the law"
The third proposal puts an eight-year term limit on community board members. This is a good proposal, as it allows more residents to serve on CB's, and removes dead beats. Bye-bye Apelian?
For those who do not know, community board members must reapply every two years for the position. https://www.facebook.com/VoteNoOn2and3
Vote No on #1, too.
I agree that if alias DiBlasio wants you to vote "Yes" then you should automatically know to vote "No!"
i did NO,NO,YES
Ah - before even seeing this I votes Yes, Yes, Yes. Glad to see I was correct. I didn't have time to look into what the party line for it was. Sometimes corporations make progressive sounding initiatives which actually skew the other way, as happened in Florida with green energy.
Let's see - I voted as left as I could. Cuomo's polls looked good so I voted Green for governor as Greens need 50,000 governor votes to stay on the ballot line. If it was close I would have voted Cuomo.
Meng had no opposition! So I voted left of her - the green candidate.
I think Paladino's politics are nutty, so no for her. Avella, I know he does a good job locally, but I want a BLUE WAVE in Albany, not these IDC's and such. I voted for Liu, even though Avella's reputation is being honest and hard-working, and there are always allegations around Liu. Hopefully if Liu wins he doesn't get locked up like Meng's father. The important thing is that the Democrats take power and that the progressive agenda gets enacted.
Hopefully Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets elected and we have a young Latina socialist representing College Point etc. She will be a worthy heir to the prior congressional representatives from New York's 14th district - Erastus Root, Rufus W. Peckham, Lemuel Quigg etc.
And...the news says the Democrats are taking the house. I hope Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez holds the red banner of the workers high - I am 15 years older than her but I share her values. I think this country needs something along the lines of the Cultural Revolution's "Smash the Four Olds" campaign. Or as Noam Chomsky says, what the United States needs is something akin to the denazification program carried out in Germany after World War II (in the Russian zone any how - in the west they made Reinhard Gehlen head of the BND and Hanns Martin Schleyer head of the BDA).
Term limits for community board members starts with an individual's next term...which gives Apellian eight years. He will probably want to retire by then anyway.
There are many vacancies on Queens Community Boards. Very foolish to term limit people out when any Council Member or the Borough President can just not approve someone's application when it come due in two years if they feel some kind of need for diversity. Turnover in membership is high.
Anonymous Anonymous said..."@Ah - before even seeing this I votes Yes, Yes, Yes.'
For those 3 "on the back of the ballot", it is no, no and no...but I am sure that the same retarded people who sent Dumbasio for his second term are going to pick "yes, yes and yes"....You just can't fix stupidity.
Looks like the Libertarian Party has qualified! They got over 50,000... not that it means anything in this One Party Socialist State
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