Anyone But Bloomberg Puppet Quinn for Mayor
I would vote for anyone but Quinn and I want to wait until we get closer to actually declare who I am voting for.
I would vote for Weiner over Quinn although I think he is really sick and gross Quinn and Scott Stringer voted for Rudin Luxury Condos when they could have gotten us a Trauma Level 1 Hospital with a Rape Crisis Center and AIDS care in the West Village instead of Rudin luxury condos and note no one in the press has confronted Stringer and Quinn about this including their rivals.
The media has yet to expose Quinn and Stringer re: selling out the community and now Cabrini closes and the media again blacks out St. Vincent's and all the political sell-outs involved. There is even rumor that Melinda Katz way back profited as well like Stringer and Quinn are now from the demise of St. Vincent's Hospital. Katz and Vallone running for Queen Borough Pres sickening -- both sold us out and voted to extend term limits. Both won't leave city government and why is that?
I objected to Thompson and his roles in CityTime and 911 Corruption but unlike Christine Quinn and Mike Bloomberg he at least admits his role in CityTime where once again Christine Quinn and puppet Master Bloomberg are being shielded from that and pushing through every corrupt over run NYC Gov and mostly all tech plus consultants high priced over paid and THIS IS NOT NEWS BILLIONS OF TAX PAYER DOLLARS STOLEN AND ABUSED.
CHRISTINE QUINN NO TRAUMA LEVEL 1 HOSPITAL WITH A RAPE CRISIS CENTER AND AIDS CARE far worse a crime than Weiner's sex testings..... Ditto Scott Stringer's role far worse than Eliot Spitzer's misdeeds which by the way his arch enemies are also guilty of let's ask the misogynists at The NY Post and their girl puppet reporters doing hatchet jobs if they are aware of any men that pay women for sex and expand that to women that want a favor or what ever those men have to offer.
Anyone But Bloomberg Puppet Quinn for Mayor Update Bill DeBlasio
I will vote for anyone but Quinn and right now DeBlasio my first choice.
* In the Post, the Manhattan Institute’s Nicole Gelinas writes that the next mayor will have to deal with two chronically broke public authorities, the MTA and NYCHA, and believes that one deserves more attention than the other: http://bit.ly/12xkrZv