Monday, November 2, 2009


That is the number of people who could have been hired at a salary of $35,000 in New York City at Bloomberg L.L.P.; instead, he spent it all on his bought-and-paid-for third term run. This figure comes from the average-per-hour alluded to by 1010WINS radio, calculated from just the September primary to now, a count of 47 days. I think that giving gainful employment to out-of-work New Yorkers could have gone a huge way in proving his intentions for the future of New York City; instead, those monies went to an advertising agency. For all intents and purposes, he could've just mailed that money to New Yorkers, instead of wallpapering our mailboxes with his blatant propaganda.

Vote for Comptroller William Thompson tomorrow, and show Michael R. Bloomberg that New York City can't be bought on the cheap.

While you're at it, New Yorkers, go sign John Kennedy O'Hara's petition - let's get the momentum for the pardon in full swing. David Paterson just needs to see your names added to the growing list of justice seekers.

So...get out and vote, fellow New Yorkers! If you are unsure of your voting location, call (866)868-3692 or go to

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