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Mayor Bill De Blasio and his Defining Moment in History

Man, if I were Mayor Bloomberg I’d be giggling while playing poker with my buddies and drinking scotch.  I’d thank God that my successor was a liberal dolt like Bill de Blasio whose corny ideology encouraged a proliferation in guns by limiting stop-and-frisk.

In hindsight, Bloomberg will look like a genius, De Blasio a dope. If one of De Blasio’s relatives is shot, he has only himself to blame.

During Bloomberg’s reign I published a lot of negative articles in The Washington Times about him.  Now I want to bite my tongue. I want to rip it out.  By comparison Bloomberg is a pragmatic political genius compared to Big Bill.

De Blasio has to be kidding when he says, “This is a defining moment in history” which will make New York “safer still.”

How could anyone with an iota of a brain say that limiting police efficacy will make the city safer?  Is he smoking some of the dope that defines his intellect? Is dope a homonym for his stupidity?  Is he in Denver with the utopian dope smoking fools?

Next De Blasio will want to legalize pot and prostitution in New York.  Anything goes with Bill.  He is a progressive.  Progressively flushing our lives down the tubes.

De Blassio worked for the worst mayor in the history of the city—David Dinkins. Back then the bums assaulted our windshields with squeegees.

Now red diaper baby de Blasio will encourage our population to be assaulted by guns.  The trigger-finger of killers will be his naïve political correctness. The criminals will point their guns at us like Obama points his finger at us when he wants to make a naïve, limp point with an authoritative thrust.

 

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About the author

David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on Amazon.com. He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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