Liberals Turn New York into a Urinal… Literally



The bums are pissing all over the streets of New York.  Melissa Mark-Viverito  says it’s not a crime.  The only crime to her is following the ethical norms of society.

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She believes that rap is not a debased form of violent language but an intellectual form of rhyme.  Well, I think she believes that.  I mean she is a socialist cliché and all clichés think in clichés.


I did three rap albums, including “The Renegade Jew.” It’s still on You Tube.   I know more than street urchins.  But I still say that rap’s a violation of values and the potential debasement of language.


Does Viverito like men pissing?  Does she like to look at penises hanging low? Wasn’t there a high school song, “Do your ears hang low?/  Do they wobble to and fro?”


I don’t wear my pants low.  I am not a homeboy.  I am an old man.


The answer to stopping pissing in the street is not decriminalization.  That merely increases the flow.  Comrade Viverito should do something constructive about portable toilets or shelters for people with bloated bladders.


Perhaps she wants to publish a travel brochure with a picture of a man pissing on the corner. “ Visit New York,  it’s a pisser.”  Or “We no longer stop and frisk flashers.”


Or, “That stench is the liquefaction of the De Blasio regimes progressive ideology.”

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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 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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