Skip to comments.Bloomberg Moves Closer to Running for President
Posted on 12/30/2007 6:55:06 PM PST by NYC Republican
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I understand Bloomy was a democrat before he switched to GOP.
Maybe he will get the lion to lie down with the lamb. I'm betting that the lion will go to bed with a full belly. Bloomberg is a disgrace.
“A Ross Perot nightmare - for the democrats...”
This is exactly what I was thinking. Bloomberg way too far left to take many votes from the GOP candidate.
Thank you for your post.
Leftist jargon for vote with the democrats all the time?
They call it ending partisan gridlock.
Give me a break..
Yes, that’s how I see it ...
About time the Dems have to deal with a possible Perot splitting up factions....
At LAST!!!! A candidate EVERYONE can agree to hate!
Weeee, more stonewallvets candidates!
Everyone thank Founder Harry Hay for this mess.
Veterans’ Association (S.V.A.)
Wednesday, August 15 — MAYOR BLOOMBERG’S RECEPTION for DISABILITIES HONORS AWARDS
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has long been one of the S.V.A.’s favorite hosts. Besides the formalities and awards, there will be a big outdoor barbeque and festive music. S.V.A.’s posilute representatives include Williamson Henderson, Bert Coffman, Bob Diamond, Elaine and Cece. This private invitation affair is at Ed Koch’s and Rudy’s old house (Gracie Mansion) from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Among the public officials who responsibly and thoughtfully sent a letter of praise and good will to the S.V.A. for its June 27th anniversary event are the following: U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton (a note and a journal letter), N.Y.S. Governor Eliot L. Spitzer (a letter and a proclamation), U.S. Congressmember Carolyn Maloney (an e-mail and a letter), N.Y.S. Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, former N.Y.C. Mayor Ed Koch, current Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg (visit to the SW-Vetz at the Gay parade and official letter), N.Y.S. Senator Thomas Duane, N.Y.C. Councilmember Eric Gioia (journal ad), et al.
Tuesday, June 12 — N.Y.C. MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG’S 6th GAY PRIDE CELEBRATION
New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosts his sixth annual Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Transgender (”GLBT”) pride celebration. This tradition of N.Y.C. Gay Pride at Gracie Mansion was inaugurated by the S.V.A.’s Honorary Male Chairperson former Mayor Ed Koch. Only the GLBT organization of the STONEWALL Veterans’ Association has been involved since the very beginning. The S.V.A. has been invited and attended every year. Confirmed from the S.V.A. are SW-Vetz Williamson Henderson, Emile Griffith, Storme DeLarverie (w/ sprained ankle), Bert Coffman, Leigh McManus and Betty Bristol in addition to Matthew Samuelson, Gerry Stark, Luis Rodrigo, Gina Wright, Kenni Jones and Ron Ross. Special Stonewall guests are the musical group Village People’s original cowboy Randy Jones and his partner Will Grega. Scheduled time is @ 5 p.m. For S.V.A. confirmations, contact Andre Christie at (212) 6-27-1969. (Due to the limited location, this annual event is always by invitation only.)
Friday, March 9 — TIME MAGAZINE CALLS the S.V.A. re: 2008 PRESIDENTIALS
Do U know Y? Clue: See the “S.V.A. Prominent Supporters”! The investigative female political reporter from Time magazine querried whether the legendary Stonewall veterans organization favored Republican Rudy Giuliani or Democrat Hillary Clinton as the next U.S. President. Williamson asked the reporter: What about Independent Michael Bloomberg? Then, WLH explained in detail that it is much too early in the process. Williamson clarified that the S.V.A. is not a political group and does not “endorse” candidates; however, the S.V.A. has non-political avenues of very effective “support”. [More 411 will come in Time!]
Wednesday, February 14 — HONORARY MEMBER MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG’S BIRTHDAY
Yes, the New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s birthday is on Valentine’s Day. No wonder he’s such a sweetheart! Today is his milestone 65th! As in every year since we had candidate Bloomberg as our special guest leading the 2001 Gay Pride Parade, the Mayor received a heartfelt birthday card from the S.V.A.
Bloomberg’s agenda is to get Hillary elected by spliting the independent vote. He is going to campaign to the center-right.
Or, look at it this way: he could split NY enough with Hillary (possibly) that an R could win the state. Dittos for the commuter states (CT, NJ).
Hello President Romney.
Here are the statepoll numbers with Bloomberg in the race:
New Polls Show Bloomberg Candidacy Would Flip More States To Blue
By Eric Kleefeld - June 20, 2007, 5:18PM
A new batch of polls just out from SurveyUSA provides us with the first detailed snapshot we have yet of the state-by-state effect a Bloomberg candidacy would have on the 2008 Presidential race.
Bottom line: Bloomberg’s impact depends entirely on who the Dem and GOP nominees are, but it’s clear that in more cases, his entry actually flips the states from red to blue than the other way around.
I hope he does run! He will take votes away from Hillary.
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