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Old 05-29-2015, 08:05 PM
 
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Bill de Blasio is an idiot who only won election because quite frankly *any* Democrat who won the primary was going to become mayor. That is why every member of that party and their mother was in the running.

Go ask the supporters of Long Island College Hospital how B de Boob "helped" save that institution. People are beginning to open their eyes and realize this guy is in it for himself. Mark my words just like Corey Booker (former mayor of Newark, NJ) B de B has larger political plans and is eyeballing to make his getaway. You notice for a mayor of NYC he spends no small amount of time everywhere else supposedly promoting his "liberal/Progressive/Democratic" agenda as a model for other cities to follow.
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Old 05-29-2015, 08:23 PM
 
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Bill de Blasio is an idiot who only won election because quite frankly *any* Democrat who won the primary was going to become mayor. That is why every member of that party and their mother was in the running.

Go ask the supporters of Long Island College Hospital how B de Boob "helped" save that institution. People are beginning to open their eyes and realize this guy is in it for himself. Mark my words just like Corey Booker (former mayor of Newark, NJ) B de B has larger political plans and is eyeballing to make his getaway. You notice for a mayor of NYC he spends no small amount of time everywhere else supposedly promoting his "liberal/Progressive/Democratic" agenda as a model for other cities to follow.
In hindsight, my distant cousin John Liu would have been a better mayor... what a mistake nyer made...
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Old 05-29-2015, 08:24 PM
 
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Don't be stupid. It hints that they are important part of de Blasio's base. 2013 voter turn out was low.

So if other people turn out in 2017 or if the black churches don't support de Blasio he is done. But that's not because Black churches control NYC politics. I can't believe some of the foolish things you say. How could organizations with little money, (and most NYC Blacks are not regular church attenders) weak attendance control NYC? And I told a fellow right wing troll of yours, NYC is not a Black majority city.
Hello Ms Angryman!! It was a question, but thanks for your insights.
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Old 05-29-2015, 10:00 PM
 
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They finally saw him for the godless commie that he was. He pimped out his family to get their votes.

He got the got cops off their backs and now they're getting shot by gang members. De blasio doesn't care about black people or nyc. black lives don't matter to de blasio.
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Old 05-30-2015, 05:36 AM
 
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In hindsight, my distant cousin John Liu would have been a better mayor... what a mistake nyer made...
You could probably make the argument that over 8 million other NYers could have been as good of a mayor as de blasio, if not better. I don't know how so many people fell for his BS. Guys a freaking doofus.
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Old 05-30-2015, 09:39 AM
 
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I just can't comprehend why the black community supports politicians that allow and even encourage open border immigration policy. Those millions of unskilled workers brought into the city every year hold down free market wages. Supply and demand of skills and employment is one of the most fundamental economic principals there is. How politicians support these immigration policies and then $15/hr minimum wage would border on comical if it wasn't so sad
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Old 05-30-2015, 12:43 PM
 
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I just can't comprehend why the black community supports politicians that allow and even encourage open border immigration policy. Those millions of unskilled workers brought into the city every year hold down free market wages. Supply and demand of skills and employment is one of the most fundamental economic principals there is. How politicians support these immigration policies and then $15/hr minimum wage would border on comical if it wasn't so sad
Most Black New Yorkers are Carribean, African, or Black Hispanic. So they are clearly beneficiaries of the current immigration policy.
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Old 06-01-2015, 11:29 AM
 
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Only the POST could print an article quite so STUPID!

In it's OWN article it states:













It really takes a moron to write an article and quote a poll that shows precisely the opposite of its premise.

But, hey, isn't THE POST the paper for cretins who can understand nothing deeper than game scores? 3 to 2, 9 to five, YAAY Yanks 6 to 4!
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Old 06-01-2015, 12:53 PM
 
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I just can't comprehend why the black community supports politicians that allow and even encourage open border immigration policy. Those millions of unskilled workers brought into the city every year hold down free market wages. Supply and demand of skills and employment is one of the most fundamental economic principals there is. How politicians support these immigration policies and then $15/hr minimum wage would border on comical if it wasn't so sad
I spoke to plenty of people across the country about ethnic groups and what it means to be an American. I got nothing on this country and probably never will even though I was born here. same could be said for other groups such as Italians, Poles, Asians and so on. The only true Americans left are black Americans. They are high number of black Americans in civil service and military. Black Americans do not support open door immigration policies compared to ethnic Europeans, Hispanics AMD Asians. The blacks that support immigration are probably African, afro Hispano and afro Caribbean and black men marrying women overseas.
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Old 06-01-2015, 01:34 PM
 
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O well. Politicians don't do much for black americans anymore anyway. They don't care much about us, other than getting a vote, and who knows if voting is not rigged or not by now?

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Most Black New Yorkers are Carribean, African, or Black Hispanic. So they are clearly beneficiaries of the current immigration policy.
That sounds like something the nutty professor would say. Foreign blacks have not outnumbered American blacks in nyc or anywhere else yet. Are you bugging or what?
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