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Post  fshnski on Thu Jan 02, 2014 2:50 pm

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Two peas in a pod ...

Post  fshnski on Thu Jan 02, 2014 3:13 pm

deblasio invoked a New York to come like the New York that once was, before chaos and crime gave liberalism a bad name.

“We will remember what makes New York, New York,” he declared. “A city that fights injustice and inequality — not just because it honors our values, but because it strengthens our people”

As he continued, a listener needed only substitute “country” for “city” and “New York” to see how the progressive view would play for a national candidate such as Hillary Clinton, who was now politically married to him.

“It’s a place that celebrates a very simple notion: that no matter what your story is – this is your city. Our strength is derived from you. Working together, we will make this One City. And that mission — our march toward a fairer, more just, more progressive place, our march to keep the promise of New York alive for the next generation.”



Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/ken-shepherd/2014/01/02/daily-beasts-daly-hails-de-blasio-inaugral-manifesto-says-leftist-mayo#ixzz2pH2xcF9d

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Post  Achigan on Thu Jan 02, 2014 4:05 pm

fshnski wrote:deblasio invoked a New York to come like the New York that once was, before chaos and crime gave liberalism a bad name.

“We will remember what makes New York, New York,” he declared. “A city that fights injustice and inequality — not just because it honors our values, but because it strengthens our people”

As he continued, a listener needed only substitute “country” for “city” and “New York” to see how the progressive view would play for a national candidate such as Hillary Clinton, who was now politically married to him.

“It’s a place that celebrates a very simple notion: that no matter what your story is – this is your city. Our strength is derived from you. Working together, we will make this One City. And that mission — our march toward a fairer, more just, more progressive place, our march to keep the promise of New York alive for the next generation.”



Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/ken-shepherd/2014/01/02/daily-beasts-daly-hails-de-blasio-inaugral-manifesto-says-leftist-mayo#ixzz2pH2xcF9d

Good for him, at least he's trying to do something besides just sit back on the side lines and piss and moan like other GOP losers.

Live with it, your side lost, get over it, do something to changes things instead of crying all the time.
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Post  News Hawk on Thu Jan 02, 2014 5:38 pm

fshnski wrote:"...De Blasio (wisely, in my opinion) highlighted his interracial family to attract support both from liberal, progressive whites and from blacks who might eagerly endorse what they perceive to be a “nonracist” white man.

And this ploy worked beautifully..."

So that's what it took to elbow Anthony Wiener out of the way...

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Post  Anti Federalist on Sun Jan 05, 2014 3:10 am

News Buzzard wrote:Mayor de Blasio was elected with 73% of the vote, and the population of New York City, at 8.3 million people, has never been higher. In 2010 the population was 8.175 million people, and in 2000 it was 8 million people.

That's actually a pretty poor showing, given the 6 to 1 advantage.
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Post  News Hawk on Sun Jan 05, 2014 7:14 am

Anti Federalist wrote:"...That's actually a pretty poor showing, given the 6 to 1 advantage..."

...and even after the "Horse Vote" got counted in...!

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Bill de Blasio's 'march' to end inequality tramples little guy

Post  fshnski on Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:19 am

As New York City's crusading liberal Mayor Bill de Blasio takes up his pitch fork, don't worry too much about the wealthy bankers he plans to tax -- they can fend for themselves. The potential victims of de Blasio's “march toward a fairer, more just, more progressive place” are the small businesses and voluntary associations that make up civil society.

Charter schools, crisis pregnancy centers, small businesses and private charities are all in de Blasio’s crosshairs. These are government’s rivals in the business of getting people what they want and need — and a growing government doesn’t tolerate rivals.

Charter schools have long irked the teachers' unions and many others on the Left. They are publicly funded schools, but they are run by private bodies. This decentralizes power, weakens the unions and applies competitive pressure to public schools.

But charter schools' worst offense may be offering a different educational experience. The Left puts a huge emphasis on solidarity, which is a virtue. But sometimes “solidarity” can mutate into uniformity. If some New York City kids are at a stellar charter school while others are at mediocre public schools, then we have, to use de Blasio’s favorite phrase, “two cities.” This is intolerable to many activists and journalists on the Left, some of whom pen out op-eds declaring it a sin to send your kids to private school.

De Blasio is taking aim at the charters. His first step: charging them rent for using city buildings. Again, these are basically public schools, just ones given more leeway in forming curriculum and hiring staff. Charging them rent is really just fining them — for the offense of being partially independent from government.


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US ambassador broke law by aiding de Blasio

Post  fshnski on Mon Jan 13, 2014 5:46 pm

US Ambassador to South Africa Patrick Gaspard violated federal law barring government workers from engaging in partisan activity by promoting pal Bill de Blasio’s mayoral campaign, an ethics complaint claims.

The complaint, filed by Republican activist O’Brien Murray, cited media reports that Gaspard, President Obama’s former political director, helped pull strings from South Africa to aid de Blasio’s campaign.

Murray’s complaint cites an account in City & State, a political news blog, that claimed Gaspard helped broker peace between de Blasio and Democratic rival Bill Thompson after the bitter mayoral primary — to solidify party unity for the general election against Republican Joe Lhota.

Gaspard’s influence in the de Blasio campaign was so pronounced that national teachers-union boss Randi Weingarten, who backed Thompson in the Democratic primary, tweeted on Jan. 1: “Patrick Gaspard — the strategist behind the de Blasio win.”

That tweet was cited in the complaint.

And the ethics complaint listed media accounts that suggested Gaspard even aided Melissa Mark-Viverito’s successful campaign to become the new City Council speaker. Mark-Viverito also was de Blasio’s favored candidate for speaker.

“I filed the complaint because I believe he broke the law. We expect and deserve more from our ambassadors that represent the United States around the world,” said Murray, a GOP consultant and former top state party official who also has run campaigns for Democratic candidates.

Gaspard declined to comment Sunday when asked about the ethics complaint.

“Proud to be friends with Bill de Blasio for 25 years and I’m thrilled by his win. That’s the extent of my NYC gaze,” Gaspard said in a Jan. 3 tweet.


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Post  News Hawk on Mon Jan 13, 2014 7:22 pm

fshnski wrote:"...De Blasio is taking aim at the charters..."

Progs don't want to be the serfs, but want to control the whip!

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Post  Achigan on Mon Jan 13, 2014 7:23 pm

Why is that NH?
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