Monday, August 23, 2010

Haggerty may not be the only corruption from Mike Bloomberg's campaign is this cyber stalker paid by Bloomberg?

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  • It was delightful to see your "Thank You" video finally. You should show gratitude to your fans--all three of them.
    I suspect that most of the people who view your videos cannot post any more, because you have banned them. Hence, you have fewer and fewer comments.
    The "condom bra equals art" video got the most attention from people who obviously don't give a flying fluke New York City.
  • @gmcbuses Amen! People need to be able to objectively compare candidates. Have you read the Aug. 19, 2010 issue of the Wall St. Journal?
    "Seven Reasons Tech Start-Ups Are Setting Up Shop in New York"
    "5) Government support: Mayor Michael Bloomberg has thrown City Hall’s weight behind the burgeoning sector with a city-funded incubator and seed fund. The Bloomberg administration even invested in an iPhone app NYCWay."
    Vote Mayor Mike Bloomberg for a fourth term! Vote Bloomberg!
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  • @hoochee003 New York City is not only for the rich. There should be stronger rent control laws to insure affordable housing. the reason for the housing shortage is Robert Moses tearing down 10s of thousands of apartments to build the expressways. You are out of touch with reality. You are evil. Gentrification must come to a end. Bloomberg needs to be out of office. He is the worst disaster that has happened to New York. King Mike Bloombergs hideous New York.
  • Rent control just creates corruption. You have to pay your landlord under the table to get anything fixed. Making rents lower creates a shortage, driving up rents elsewhere. People charge "finder's fees" when they vacate their apartments, trying to sell the privilege of renting. The whole thing is a racket.
    We don't need to subsidize poor people to live in expensive areas. It is better for poor people to live where they can afford to. They will have more buying power that way.
  • @gmcbuses NYC is only for the rich, just like Beverly Hills, Rancho Santa Fe, Hillsborough, Key West, Palm Springs, and so on. What's evil about that? It is normal that people live where they can afford to live. They can live more comfortably if they do so.
    Rent control cannot work. Draw the supply and demand curve. Where they meet, that's the price. If you set the price lower, there is a shortage. It is day one of Macro Econ. 101. You are out of touch with reality.
  • @hoochee003 That is evil. Your trying to say New York City should be only for the rich. The whole idea of rent control is to keep rents affordable to the upper lower class, lower middle class. These are the 2 groups that are being forced out by greedy landlords. This greed must stop. Gentrification must come to a end.
  • @gmcbuses I oppose any attempt to interfere with the rental market. Rent control creates a shortage of accommodation. If you draw a supply and demand curve and fix the price artificially low, the difference in the two curves is called a shortage. It's that simple.
    I would like to see rents and mortgages banned in New York City. I would prefer to limit New York City residents to those who can afford to buy their housing by paying in full. That would improve the tax base for essential services.
  • @hoochee003 Bloomberg has waisted millions of dollars because of his tech binge.
  • @hoochee003 No Bloomberg should not get a 4th term. Number1 he failed to deliver on alot of his promises. He cut public safety, closed firehouses. Said he would create affordable housing. All that has gone up is Luxury Condos, Luxury apartment buildings. Nothing to stop eroding of rent stabilization laws. Rents going up every year. Failed to support mass transit. Latest Mta crises he was AWOL, no where to be found. Did nothing to stop mass transit cuts. He and Paterson has to go.
  • Rather than complaining about CityTime, why not complain about the union rules that make filling out the manual time sheets so error prone? Those errors open New York City to lawsuits, which is one of the reasons for commissioning SAIC to create CityTime in the first place.
    You can replace every politician in New York City twice, but absolutely nothing will change. The city is basically a "mob racket." Consider the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. How would a new mayor touch them?