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Moderate Rep. Max Rose (D-N.Y.)...
Has his mother endorsed him yet?
I say it’s time for a SHORT, arrogant president who sees America as the focus of evil.
I thought Staten Island was Republican.
Anyone else tired of seeing Bloomberg’s ugly mug in ads during the playoff games?
Hey, money is tough to come by these days, and Bloomy has some.
The local pest control operator has also endorsed Michael Bedbug. /s
Time for the Babylon Bee to do a satire on Bloomberg.
First he outlawed Big Gulp sodas. Now he wants to outlaw gun magazines holding more than 6 bullets. Next he will want to outlaw men’s penises more than 3 inches as masculine men are dangerous. The guy is joke waiting to be told.
Bloomie has been bombarding us in Texas with his ads. What a schmuck. Those big gulps of sugary drinks will be taxed and coal miners can kiss their jobs goodbye. Bloomie is nothing but a rich, sniveling weasel suffering from TDS. I hope he wastes billions in his ill fated presidential ambitions. Besides dont the woke far leftists hate rich old white guys?
What will be the theatre is the Airhead Squad vs rich, Jewish billionaire for president.
“Mayor Bloombergs even-keeled and visionary leadership...” Someone said this in all seriousness? Really? Puh-thetick!
Staten Island....Can you say....”send me some money Mr. Bloomberg and I’ll k..................” like any good Dem.
The MSM blitz has started.
Biden has been shown the door.
Mr. Rose, a Democrat, specifically cited Mr. Bloombergs management of the city in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001...
This guy, Max Rose, needs to do a course in history...He is full of sh!t...
In the wake of the attacks, Giuliani was hailed by many for his leadership during the crisis. When polled just six weeks after the attack Giuliani received a 79% approval rating among New York City voters, a dramatic increase over the 36% rating he had received a year earlier seven years into his administration.
In his public statements, Giuliani mirrored the emotions of New Yorkers after the September 11 attacks: shock, sadness, anger, resolution to rebuild, and the desire for justice to be done to those responsible. “Tomorrow New York is going to be here”, he said. “And we’re going to rebuild, and we’re going to be stronger than we were before...I want the people of New York to be an example to the rest of the country, and the rest of the world, that terrorism can’t stop us.” Giuliani was widely praised by some for his close involvement with the rescue and recovery efforts, but others, including many police, rescue workers, and families of WTC victims argue that “Giuliani has exaggerated the role he played after the terrorist attacks, casting himself as a hero for political gain.”
As an avid and public fan of the New York Yankees, who won four World Series Championships during his time as mayor, Giuliani was frequently sighted at Yankee games, often accompanied by his son. On September 21, 2001, the first game was played in New York City after the attacks, with the New York Mets at home facing the Atlanta Braves. Despite his being a Yankee fan, the crowd cheered for him and for his leadership over the preceding days.
The term “America’s Mayor”, now in common usage among Giuliani supporters, was coined by Oprah Winfrey at a 9/11 memorial service held at Yankee Stadium on September 23, 2001.
The Giuliani-endorsed Republican Michael Bloomberg, took office on January 1, 2002 per normal custom.
Bloomberg, President Little Big Gulp
I guess the check cleared
I knew it had to be a fellow Jew.
How much did that cost him?
Mental Midgets for Mini Mike.