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Old 10-24-2012, 01:28 PM
 
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Originally Posted by likeminas View Post
Bloomberg shielded his cronies in Wall st. from stricter financial regulation that might prevent another crash. He angrily spoke against those who dared to criticize his buddies gambling pensions away in Wall st.
He single-handedly prevented a tax on financial transactions that would curb market speculation.
Now his banker buddies are making record profits. Bloomberg's own fortune has increased throughout his tenure.
But hey he's looking after us.


IMO, he's done more harm than good.
But to some people, since he's telling us what not to eat (transfats) or drink (16oz sodas) he's must be the greatest mayor since De la guardia.

It's a sad state of affairs ladies and gentlemen.

It's a sad state of affairs.
Tellin it like it is.
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