Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Bloomberg Sounds Like A Candidate.

New York City Mayor Bloomberg Lashes Out at 'Wrong-Headed Course' in Washington

LOS ANGELES — New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg called for reversing America's "wrong-headed course" and healing Washington's partisan gashes on a day he sidestepped questions about whether he might enter the 2008 presidential race.

During California appearances Monday, the Republican mayor delivered a stinging critique of politics-as-usual that echoed assessments heard along the campaign trail.

The mayor, in taking critical aim at national politics, is likely to flame speculation he has an interest in the White House.

On Monday, he refused to rule out launching a presidential campaign while telling reporters he planned to serve out his term at City Hall, which runs through 2009.

"We can turn around our country's current, wrong-headed course, but only if we start basing our actions on ideas, shared values and a commitment to solve problems without regard for party," Bloomberg said.

I don't know alot about Bloomberg, but what I do know is that he doesn't seem to excite either side when he acts like a candidate. Who would vote for him?


At 9:42 AM, Blogger Paddy said...

More coffee.

At 11:05 PM, Anonymous Joe Blow said...

I live in NYC. Bloomberg has done a lot of good things, but, unfortunately he is a facist.

A Musselini type with the trains and all. He is smart, delegates well, is not afraid of details and can speak in coherent sentances.

did I mention he is a facist?


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