Skip to comments.HOOKER HELL (Bloomberg's New York...)
Posted on 07/10/2006 3:48:58 AM PDT by jimbo123
Newcomers to Hell's Kitchen, who pay top dollar to live in the hot neighborhood, are having a devil of a time dealing with a resurgence in some of the area's longtime inhabitants - prostitutes.
The in-your-face, scantily clad night crawlers, who for years discreetly plied their wares from pimp-owned cars, are back to their pre-Giuliani days of streetwalking, traffic-stopping parades in front of flesh-hungry motorists, according to residents and community leaders.
The Post recently spotted about a dozen of the hard-working, high-heeled hookers strutting up and down West 47th and 48th streets between Ninth and 11th avenues - not far from cops posted at the Lincoln Tunnel to thwart potential terrorist attacks.
Several shocked newcomers to the area - including some young families dishing out up to $3,000 a month in rent - said realtors had assured them that the neighborhood was "up and coming."
(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...
One of the things he'd be supporting would be far more intrusive gun control laws.
So you have to leave them out on the street for what? Two oe three days tops?
You have amazing self control. Just keep repeating "I am a better man than that"
Bloomberg is a D E M O C R A T, regardless of costume. He doesn't even make it as a Rockefeller Republican. He disdains coffee. It smells too much like civilization.
Bloomberg's city is going down the tubes. Just within the last few weeks a young man, with his girlfriend, is sitting on a subway when he is stabbed repeatedly. Last week a 64 year old postal worker is cut up by a wacko with a chain saw. This incident also happened in a subway and was witnessed by subway workers who did not come to the man's aid. The victims were white while the assailants were minorities. Bloomberg is too concerned about hand guns and opening the floodgates to illegals to give a damn about NYC citizens.
Thanks for the tip!
Bloomberg is wrong and I think he knows it. The street crime can too easily serve as cover for the saracens.
Truth detector engaged.
>>>>Giuliani cleaned up the street after he was elected
This is very true.
Careful what you believe from that rag.
>>>Would be a shame if Bloomberg let's things slip back to the hell they were before.
Unfortunately, it isn't an 'if'. He has.
Bloomberg is not lazy; at least this doesn't demonstrate sloth because he believes in the rights of slime and scum to occlude the rights of Citizens.
Maybe Hillary knows something but she ain't saying much, "and you know what I'm talkin' 'bout girl." Maybe she knows some of her sisters who went to Jamaica to "get their groove back."
"Women enjoy casual sex and prostitution, too, but with far more hypocrisy. They help themselves to men in the developing world, kidding themselves that it's a 'holiday romance' that has nothing to do with the money they spend. Go to any Jamaican beach and you'll find handsome 'rent-a-dreads', who get by servicing Western women - lots from Britain. I've seen similar things in Goa."
"Girls just wanna have fuun."
In any election in NYC a Democrat disguised as a Left Republican is probably superior to any Democrat who makes it to the nomination. That does not make him good, or even acceptable to decent folk, just better than the Democrat. Sometimes it is a case of the lesser of two horrors.
>>>>New York City has received huge amounts of money from the federal government for the WOT.
Even the recent "low" figure was still more than any other city in the country, by far.
We haven't even talked about the $20 Billion given to New York, not long after 9/11, vast sums of which were stolen and wasted.
In reference to:
Excerpt from link:
>>>The public has heard plenty about the "empty pit of Ground Zero," but most do not know that the $2.8 billion allocated to Lower Manhattan in cash grants has virtually all been spent. It is difficult to trace where all the money went while being routed through the Department of Housing and Urban Development and six different city and state entities. Now, after four-and-a-half years of press conferences, ribbon-cuttings and groundbreakings (the Freedom Tower has had two), at which the lost 343 firefighters were invoked and the memorial and museum was touted as the "centerpiece" around which hundreds of millions of dollars in spending projects would turn, Gov. Pataki and Mayor Michael Bloomberg have teamed up to tell the public that it's time to "rethink" the project where the history of those valiant firefighters will be secured. Not only does this undermine Daniel Libeskind's master plan, which always included a museum of "memory and hope," it also manifests a standard of fiscal responsibility that the governor and the mayor have refrained from imposing anywhere else at Ground Zero. <<<<
Most of the working "girls" on West 47th and West 48th are really men.
But that would deprive one group of citizens the power of imposing their morals on another group of citizens.
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