De Blasio loves to play the harp strings of our hearts. He stretches his limited imagination to call New York, “A Tale of Two Cities.” He stands tall for justice and income equality. He comes up short on pragmatism.
When Brooklyn Pastor Bishop Orlando Findlayter was pulled over for a traffic violation the cops discovered two outstanding warrants. De Blasio springs him. He pretends that he is offended by a “Tale of Two Cities” but he treats Findlayter like he is a member of that rich, special, spoiled, other city.
De Blasio likes favoritism for his crew, just not yours. He lives in “A Tale of Two Cities” with his powerful friends, his Findlayters. He is not the man in a box on the corner. He is the bully who springs his friends from prison. He accepts votes from other suckers but he doesn’t respect them or do anything for them.
Reminiscent? Obama in his nouveau riche life style. Obama making promises he never delivers. Obama accusing you of being him.
It looks like we are stuck with another Obama. Under De Blasio New York will be going down America’s hill on a toboggan of naïve ideology.