“Do you want a sip of my soda?!”
Here is video of Jason Mattera managing to approach New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and ask him why, “in the spirit of Gun Control,” won’t he agree to have his security detail disarm, since he wants American citizens to be disarmed.
As you might expect, it did not go over well!
Gas-rationing has begun in New York City in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Mayor Bloomberg announced the rationing (above), and you can see the long lines waiting at a station in Brooklyn (below):
Here is video of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg telling CBS News’ Katie Couric that he is not going to run for President. Couric had asked him what could persuade him to make a Presidential run, and Bloomberg said, “Oh, there’s nothing. I’m not going to run for President. Period. End of story.”
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has taken himself out of the running for President in 2012. Bloomberg told reporters in Hong Kong he is “definitely” not going to make a Presidential run:
NY Post: Mayor Bloomberg definitively closed the door yesterday on the possibility of making a run for the White House in 2012.
“No,” he told a reporter in Hong Kong when asked for the umpteenth time about his possible presidential aspirations. “Definitely no?” the reporter pressed.
“Definitely not. I have a job for the next 1,152 days, and I plan to serve out every one of them,” the mayor said. . . . . Read More
Here is a video report on Democrat candidate for New York Governor – Andrew Cuomo – flatly stating at a press conference that he voted for New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, even though, he did not. He made the statement at a press conference where Bloomberg endorsed Cuomo, and was then asked if he had voted for Bloomberg. He answered that he had. Later in the day, a Cuomo spokesman said that Cuomo had “misspoke” – that in fact he had not voted for Bloomberg.
Here is two-minutes of raw video showing President Barack Obama today playing golf with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. I think this makes 49 rounds of golf played by Obama so far during his Presidency.
CBS NEWS: President George W Bush played 24 rounds of golf during the first two and a half years of his presidency and then stopped, feeling it was inappropriate for the Commander-in-Chief to be seen playing golf while the nation was at war in Iraq and Afghanistan. His last game of golf as president was on Oct 13, 2003. . . . Read More