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    21 Mayor de Blasio Says New York's Wealth Is "In The Wrong Hands" And Should Be Redistributed

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...-redistributed


    Mayor de Blasio Says New York's Wealth Is "In The Wrong Hands" And Should Be Redistributed

    by Tyler Durden
    Fri, 01/11/2019 - 17:25

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took to the stage on Thursday to deliver his State of the City address – the sixth such one he has delivered since being in office. The theme was clear: money in the city is in the wrong hands and needs to be redistributed to others.

    “Here’s the truth, brothers and sisters, there’s plenty of money in the world. Plenty of money in this city. It’s just in the wrong hands!” de Blasio said, according to the NY Times.

    The State of the City address was uncharacteristically held at 11 o’clock in the morning on Thursday, after being held in the evening in years past. In fact, 2019's busy media schedule and the "campaign like backdrop" that he delivered his speech in front of have been uncharacteristic for the Mayor. The socialist mayor has held five news conferences where he took media questions since the beginning of 2019.

    de Blasio, inspired by the raging success of Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, made sure that there was no confusion about what side of the aisle he was standing on. He pushed hard for progressive ideology and tried to do his best to position the city's working class as victims of the system.

    In addition to mulling over perfunctory pleasantries at the speech, like thanking city workers, his speech carried a tone that the NY Times described as making de Blasio out to be "Robin Hood". The mayor continued: "This country has spent decades taking from working people and giving to the 1 percent. This city has spent the last five years doing it the other way around. We give back to working people the prosperity they have earned."

    He also addressed his plan to improve the city's public hospitals and to help uninsured residents, in addition to plans introduce legislation to require paid vacation for workers in the private sector.

    The Times also stated that de Blasio came off like a "life coach" at times. At one point during his speech, de Blasio channeled his inner Tony Robbins and asked: "Are you spending enough time with your kids? Do you have time for that? When was the last time you and your partner could go out on a date? Do you see your life getting better this year? Or are you just holding on?"

    Of course, there was little mention of numerous bumps in the road to the socialist utopia that de Blasio has been on since his tenure as mayor. For instance the city's public housing system was "tiptoed" around. de Blasio reportedly also did not mention his 2017 promise to bring 100,000 good paying jobs to the city.

    His recent $3 billion tax gift to Amazon to bring them to the city – a plan that has been surprisingly unpopular with liberals – also was not brought up. Perhaps that $3 billion in wealth is going to the right hands, after all.

    Those looking for more details or a full transcript of de Blasio speech can go here.
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    Start with HIS ...
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    I agree with the wop. (kinda)

    Start by taking all of Bloomberg's money and give it to the gums.

    They can each buy a Big Mac and fries.... maybe.

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    i looked up his salary, late in 2017 he got a 15% raise so he made a bit more than 258k. so lets ask

    1) how much of his salary he is redistributing
    2) to whom is he redistributing
    3) what is the income level to which he thinks is 'too much' and needs to be redistributed
    4) how long has he been a communist stealing other peoples income to give to others to bribe them to vote democrat
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    He keeps this up, "the Money" in NYC is going to be forced to "reply"....

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    Oh goodie, let's turn the rest of NYC into a third world shit hole.
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    Start with his, Schumer, Feinstein and all of those bourgeoise limo liberals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozdoats View Post
    Start with HIS ...


    Thats what I was thinking reading it, so yeah start with his bank accounts and 2/3 of his pay check, think he change his mind on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Housecarl View Post
    He keeps this up, "the Money" in NYC is going to be forced to "reply"....
    Yeah, with their feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doughboy42 View Post
    Yeah, with their feet.
    Among other "things"...

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    de Blasio is a DARK SIDE useful idiot....expect nothing from him that talks about freedom....or the TRUTH!!!


    In other words...De Blasio is f#cking EVIL!!!!
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    De Blasio’s anti-rich policies are driving wealthy people out of NYC

    Money — it’s the root of all evil. Behind every great fortune lies a great crime. Or at least an unfair advantage.

    That’s the gist of the liberals’ creed and justification for their war on wealth. The other half of their view holds that the poor are innocent victims of life’s rigged game.

    Their narrative of evil winners and noble losers clears the way for self-heroic redeemers. They will deliver social justice by meting out punishment and spreading the wealth around. Their virtue entitles them to power.

    It sounds like a comic-book view of life, but it’s the reality of liberalism today. And thanks to the de Blasio administration, New Yorkers are getting a bitter taste of its divisive nature. So much so that talk about quitting Gotham is surging in some circles.

    One friend says 10 wealthy people have told him they are leaving and another says disgusted New Yorkers bought $1 billion in residential property in Florida since the November election. The Sunshine State confers an automatic tax cut of about 12 percent because it has no city or state income tax, nor does it have an inheritance tax.

    Beyond taxes, the mayor’s open hostility is a factor. His insulting treatment of former Mayor Bloomberg at the inauguration remains a cloud over him. As one affluent woman, a self-described liberal, told me, “De Blasio hates me, so I hate him.” She doesn’t personally know him, but draws her conclusion from his words and deeds.

    The central problem is the mayor’s childish view of wealth.

    Taking a page out of Barack Obama’s playbook, de Blasio casts his push for a tax hike on those earning over $500,000 as a moral imperative.

    “I believe it’s time to ask the wealthy to do a little more,” he said last year. He paints taxes as a matter of giving back, as though the money was taken from others.

    The sneering suggestion that everyone with money is somehow guilty of something is not a surprise coming from a man who spent his honeymoon on an illegal trip to Castro’s Cuba. What is a surprise is his lack of appreciation for the impact of wealth on city revenues and the importance of philanthropy to the arts and education.

    As Bloomberg often noted, about 5,000 very wealthy families paid 30 percent of the city’s income tax. Losing even a few of them means significantly less money for filling potholes and hiring cops.

    Billions in philanthropy support the arts, ranging from local dance groups to the flagship institutions that define New York as a world-class city. Nearly half of the Metropolitan Opera’s operating fund comes from donations, which last year reached $143 million.

    The biggest change in the Bloomberg era was an explosion of charitable dollars to help fund the charter-school movement, and that seems to infuriate de Blasio. One reason might be that it threatens his political base. Charters teach 70,000 kids, and if they keep expanding and succeeding, they will be an existential threat to the unions that back him.

    Eva Moskowitz, the most prominent and successful charter leader, has borne the brunt of his fury. The mayor is angry that Moskowitz augments her 22 Success Academy schools public funds with millions more from hedge-fund backers. “There is no way in hell that Eva Moskowitz should get free rent,” he thundered last year.

    In office, he attacked her compensation of about $475,000, complaining that it is more than he and his first deputy make together. He seems not to care about the many black and Latino children being helped.

    Encouraged by Bloomberg, real-estate titans, financiers and trust-funders opened their wallets to schools in extraordinary ways. One generous giver estimates that hundreds of millions of private dollars have gone to groups like KIPP, Harlem Children’s Zone, Harlem Village Academies, Uncommon Schools, Achievement First, PAVE Academy and other educational nonprofits.

    One of them, the Harlem Educational Activities Fund, founded by developer Dan Rose in 1989, uses everything from chess to tutoring to college tours to put area students on the path to a productive life. Saluting Rose’s roster of Saturday-morning enrichment programs, Harvard scholar and educator Skip Gates once jokingly thanked him “for bringing Hebrew school to Harlem.”

    That was a nod to the unspoken truth about educational philanthropy — the money comes predominately from whites, many of them Jewish, and benefits predominately nonwhite children and families.

    There is nothing like it in the world, and for de Blasio to threaten or even discourage that remarkable generosity is not just dumb. It is unforgivable.

    https://nypost.com/2014/03/02/de-bla...le-out-of-nyc/


    And this was back in 2014. Wonder how much more of the tax base NYC is going to lose with this guy bloviating?
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    I wonder if Bloomberg (and all his cousins) have an opinion here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Publius View Post
    Thats what I was thinking reading it, so yeah start with his bank accounts and 2/3 of his pay check, think he change his mind on this?



    So yeah he wants a marxist form of government and society for the people, we should start with the politicians so they can also be equally miserable and despondent as everyone else.

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    That was a nod to the unspoken truth about educational philanthropy — the money comes predominately from whites, many of them Jewish, and benefits predominately nonwhite children and families.
    Let that ^^^ sink in for a while.

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    I think Al Capone had pretty much the same philosophy.

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    I'll tell DeBlasio what to do.

    Get your personal checkbook.

    Rip out one check.

    Sign the signature

    Hand it to Owner. He can fill in what he thinks is his "due" to be "redistributed" according to your plan.

    Seems pretty fair to me. Owner would approve this action too, I'm sure.

    I can hear him now. "My name is Owner and I approve redistribution."

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    mob rule. break out the pitchforks
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    And Cuomo can join in the fun and re-distribute his wealth too. And with Blooms, spoken like a true communist.

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    The world seems to be taking care of wealth inequity in its usual socialistic fashion. We have hit the tipping point and the disparity is fomenting rebellion - in France and England. I watched an interview with Roman Bright on Sarah Westall and the green vests are clearly steering this middle class protest toward Marxism.

    The wealthy got too greedy. Their global predatory policies and fiscal schemes have stripped the middle class of their security, complacency and stake in a continuation of the system as is. A new society of two economic classes with a very thin layer of technocrats has emerged. As people realize this, they will be motivated actively for change. The more an economic restructure is blocked, the more people will be pushed to embrace Marxism.

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    How Many Households Qualify as Middle Class?
    October 15, 2018

    By the standards of previous generations, the middle class has been stripmined of income, assets and purchasing power.

    What does it take to be middle class nowadays? Defining the middle class is a parlor game, with most of the punditry referring to income brackets as the defining factor.

    People tend to self-report that they belong to the middle class based on income, but income is not the key metric: 12 other factors are more telling measures of middle class membership than income.

    In Why the Middle Class Is Doomed (April 17, 2012) I listed five minimum threshold characteristics of membership in the middle class:

    1. Meaningful healthcare insurance (i.e. not phantom insurance with $5,000 deductibles, etc.) and life insurance.

    2. Significant equity (25%-50%) in a home or equivalent real estate

    3. Income/expenses that enable the household to save at least 6% of its income

    4. Significant retirement funds: 401Ks, IRAs, etc.

    5. The ability to service all debt and expenses over the medium-term if one of the primary household wage-earners lose their job

    I then added a taken-for-granted sixth:

    6. Reliable vehicles for each wage-earner

    Author Chris Sullins suggested adding these additional thresholds:

    7. If a household requires government assistance to maintain the family lifestyle, their Middle Class status is in doubt.

    8. A percentage of non-paper, non-family home hard assets such as family heirlooms, precious metals, tools, etc. that can be transferred to the next generation, i.e. generational wealth.

    9. Ability to invest in offspring (education, extracurricular clubs/training, etc.).

    10. Leisure time devoted to the maintenance of physical/spiritual/mental fitness.

    Correspondent Mark G. recently suggested two more:

    11. Continual accumulation of human and social capital (new skills, networks of collaborators, markets for one's services, etc.)

    And the money shot:

    12. Family ownership of income-producing assets such as rental properties, bonds, etc.

    The key point of these thresholds is that propping up a precarious illusion of consumption and status signifiers does not qualify as middle class. To qualify as middle class (that is, what was considered middle class a generation or two ago), the household must actually own/control wealth that won't vanish if the investment bubble du jour pops, and won't be wiped out by a medical emergency.

    In Chris's phrase, "They should be focusing resources on the next generation and passing on Generational Wealth" as opposed to "keeping up appearances" via aspirational consumption financed with debt.

    What does it take in the real world to qualify as middle class?

    Here are my calculations based on our own expenses and those of our friends in urban America. We can quibble about details endlessly, so these are mid-range estimates. These reflect urban costs; rural towns/cities will naturally have significantly lower cost structures. Please make adjustments as suits your area or experience, but please recall that tens of millions of people live in high-cost left and right-coast cities, and millions more have high heating/cooling/commuting costs.

    The wages of those employed by Corporate America or the government do not reflect the total cost of benefits such as healthcare insurance. Self-employed people like myself pay the full costs of benefits, so we have to realize there is no ideal average of household expenses. Some households pay very little of their actual healthcare expenses, other pay for part of these costs and still others pay most or all of their healthcare insurance and co-pays.

    1. Healthcare. Let's budget $15,000 annually for healthcare insurance. Yes, if you're 23 years old and single, you will pay less, so this is an average. If you're older (I'm 64), $15,000 a year only buys you and your spouse stripped down coverage: no eyewear, medication or dental coverage--and that's if your existing plan is grandfathered in. (If you want non-phantom ObamaCare coverage, the cost zooms up to $2,000/month or $24,000 annually.)

    Add in co-pays and out-of-pocket expenses, and the realistic annual total is between $15,000 and $20,000 annually: Your family's health care costs: $19,393 (this was before ACA).

    Let's say $15,000 annually is about as low as you can reasonably expect to maintain middle class healthcare.

    2. Home equity. Building home equity requires paying meaningful principal. Let's say a household has a 15-year mortgage so the principal payments are actually meaningfully adding to equity, unlike a 30-year mortgage. Let's say $5-$10,000 of $25,000 in annual mortgage payments is interest (deductible) and $15-$20,000 goes to principal reduction.

    3. Savings. Anything less than $5,000 in annual savings is not very meaningful if college costs, co-pays for medical emergencies, etc. are being anticipated, and $10,000 is a more realistic number given the need to stockpile cash in the event of job loss or reduced hours/pay. So let's go with a minimum of $5,000 in cash savings annually.

    4. Retirement. Let's assume $6,000 per wage earner per year, or $12,000 per household. That won't buy much of a retirement unless you start at age 25, and even then the return at current rates is so abysmal the nestegg won't grow faster than inflation unless you take horrendous risks (and win).

    5. Vehicles. The AAA pegs the cost of each compact car at $7,000 annually, so $14K per year assumes two compacts each driven 15,000 miles. The cost declines for two paid-for, well-maintained clunkers and increases for sedans and trucks. Let's assume a scrimp-and-save household who manages to operate and insure two vehicles for $10,000 annually.

    6. Social Security and Medicare Taxes. Self-employed people pay full freight Social Security and Medicare taxes: 15.3% of all net income, starting with dollar one and going up to $127,200 for SSA. But let's take a household of two employed wage-earners and put in $8,000.

    Property taxes: These are low in many parts of the country, but let's assume a level between New Jersey/New York/California level of property tax and very low property tax rates: $10,000 annually.

    Income tax: There are too many complexities, so let's assume $2,000 in state and local taxes and $5,000 in federal taxes for a total of $7,000.

    7. Living expenses: Some people spend hundreds of dollars on food each week, others considerably less. Let's assume a two-adult household will need at least $12,000 annually for food, utilities, phone service, Internet, home maintenance, clothing, furnishings, books, films, etc., while those who like to dine out often, take week-ends away for skiing or equivalent will need more like $20,000.

    8. Donations, church tithes, community organizations, adult education, hobbies, etc.: Let's say $2,000 annually at a minimum.

    Note that this does not include the cost of maintaining boats, RVs, pools, etc., or the cost of an annual vacation.

    Here's the annual summary:

    Healthcare: $15,000
    Mortgage: $25,000
    Savings: $5,000
    Retirement: $12,000
    Vehicles: $10,000
    Property taxes: $10,000
    Income and Social Security/Medicare taxes: $15,000
    Living expenses: $12,000
    Other: $2,000

    Minimum Total: $106,000

    Vacations, travel, unexpected expenses, etc: $5,000.

    Realistic Total: $111,000

    That's almost double the median household income of $59,000. Note that this $111,000 household income has no budget for lavish vacations, luxury vehicles, large pickup trucks, boats, second homes, college expenses, etc. There is no budget for private schooling. Most of the family income goes to the mortgage, taxes and healthcare. Savings are modest, along with living expenses and retirement contributions. This is a barebones budget.

    $111,000 household income is right about the cut-off point for the top 20% of household income. How close are you to the top 1%?

    Toss in a jumbo mortgage, college tuition paid in cash, an aging parent to care for or any of a dozen other major expenses and the minimum quickly rises to $155,000, which puts the household in the top 10% of household income.

    How can we even talk about a "middle class" when the minimum thresholds put the household in the top 20%? And we haven't even considered the ultimate minimum threshold of middle class membership: family ownership of income-producing assets such as businesses, rental properties, bonds, etc.

    The key takeaway of this chart is the concentration of the household wealth of the bottom 90% in the family home. The wealthy and upper-middle class own income-producing assets, while the bottom 90% own some life insurance, cash and pensions, but their largest asset by far is the family home. (They also "own" a tremendous amount of debt.)

    The problem is life insurance, cash and pensions don't generate much income, and neither does the family home. Households counting on the equity in bubble-priced housing are not factoring in the unwelcome reality that all bubbles pop, even housing bubbles that can't possibly pop.

    To have the equivalent security and generational wealth enjoyed by the middle class two generations ago, households have to check off all 12 minimum thresholds. I'm not sure there is a "middle class" any more; if we use these 12 minimum thresholds, the U.S. now has a super-wealthy class (top .01%), a very wealthy class (top .5%), an upper class (top 9.5% below the wealthy) and the rest (bottom 90%), with varying levels of security and assets but at levels far below what median-income households enjoyed in bygone eras.

    By the standards of previous generations, the middle class has been stripmined of income, assets and purchasing power.
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    Here's How We Ended Up with Predatory, Parasitic Elites
    August 28, 2018

    Combine financialization, neoliberalism and moral bankruptcy, and you end up with predatory, parasitic elites.

    How did our financial and political elites become predatory parasites? Some will answer that elites have always been predatory parasites; as tempting as it may be to offer a blanket denunciation of elites, this overlooks the eras in which elites rose to meet existential crises.

    Following in Ancient Rome's Footsteps: Moral Decay, Rising Wealth Inequality (September 30, 2015)

    As historian Peter Turchin explained in his book War and Peace and War: The Rise and Fall of Empires, the value of sacrifice was a core characteristic of the early Republic's elite:

    "Unlike the selfish elites of the later periods, the aristocracy of the early Republic did not spare its blood or treasure in the service of the common interest. When 50,000 Romans, a staggering one fifth of Rome’s total manpower, perished in the battle of Cannae, as mentioned previously, the senate lost almost one third of its membership. This suggests that the senatorial aristocracy was more likely to be killed in wars than the average citizen….

    The wealthy classes were also the first to volunteer extra taxes when they were needed… A graduated scale was used in which the senators paid the most, followed by the knights, and then other citizens. In addition, officers and centurions (but not common soldiers!) served without pay, saving the state 20 percent of the legion’s payroll.

    The richest 1 percent of the Romans during the early Republic was only 10 to 20 times as wealthy as an average Roman citizen."

    Now compare that to the situation in Late Antiquity Rome when

    "an average Roman noble of senatorial class had property valued in the neighborhood of 20,000 Roman pounds of gold. There was no “middle class” comparable to the small landholders of the third century B.C.; the huge majority of the population was made up of landless peasants working land that belonged to nobles. These peasants had hardly any property at all, but if we estimate it (very generously) at one tenth of a pound of gold, the wealth differential would be 200,000! Inequality grew both as a result of the rich getting richer (late imperial senators were 100 times wealthier than their Republican predecessors) and those of the middling wealth becoming poor."

    Do you see any similarities with the present-day realities depicted in these charts?

    Correspondent Jim B. summarized historian Arnold Toynbee's study of the rise and fall of civilizations: "Civilizations fail when their elites change from an admired dynamic creative class to a despised Establishment of corrupt rentiers, an entrenched governing class unfit to govern."

    I would trace the slide into self-serving parasites to three dynamics: financialization, neoliberalism and moral bankruptcy. While definitions of financialization vary, mine is:

    Financialization is the mass commodification of debt and debt-based financial instruments collaterized by previously low-risk assets, a pyramiding of risk and speculative gains that is only possible in a massive expansion of low-cost credit and leverage.

    Another way to describe the same dynamics is: financialization results when leverage and information asymmetry replace innovation and productive investment as the source of wealth creation.

    Neoliberalism is the belief that the social order is defined and created by markets: if markets are free, participants, society and the political order are also free.

    This conceptual framework is the perfect enabler for the dominance of credit-based, leveraged capital, i.e. Neofeudalism. In a "free market," those with access to nearly-free money can outbid everyone who must rely on savings from earned income to finance borrowing. In a "free market" where those with access to leverage and unlimited credit are more equal than everyone else, the ability of wage earners to acquire rentier assets such as rental housing, farmland and timberland is intrinsically limited by the financial system that makes credit and leverage scarce for the many and abundant for the few.

    The moral bankruptcy of our financial and political elites is self-evident. Combine financialization, neoliberalism and moral bankruptcy, and you end up with predatory, parasitic elites.
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    Do any wealthy people live in NYC?

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    Mr DeBlasio thinks he will be elected to govern the new communist regime he anticipates coming to replace our democratic republic! He jumped out there with a statement of his BETRAYAL AND DISLOYALTY too soon, before his Communist cohorts could put any political power in place to COVER HIS ASS from the blowback from that MAJOR indiscretion.
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    de Blasio = Communist/Marxist

    This will not end well for him...and yes I am talking about his end...and judgement day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ainitfunny View Post
    Mr DeBlasio thinks he will be elected to govern the new communist regime he anticipates coming to replace our democratic republic! He jumped out there with a statement of his BETRAYAL AND DISLOYALTY too soon, before his Communist cohorts could put any political power in place to COVER HIS ASS from the blowback from that MAJOR indiscretion.
    I was thinking the same thing, they are all coming out of the closet, a tad too soon. Taking names as they say....hope lots of folks are paying attention to this sweeping push for socialism/communism....the end of our nation as we know it. One world government, globalism, it's tyranny and or sedition, depending on particulars. Wake up Amerians.

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    During the same speech he, (Di Blasio) also said that
    the city would “Seize” the rental property of the owners
    if the requested repairs were not made. His real name is
    Werner Whilhem. He changed it to Di Blasio which was his
    mother’s maiden name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by City Marm View Post
    During the same speech he, (Di Blasio) also said that
    the city would “Seize” the rental property of the owners
    if the requested repairs were not made. His real name is
    Werner Whilhem. He changed it to Di Blasio which was his
    mother’s maiden name.
    Warren Wilhelm Jr. - named after his father who committed suicide.

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    Commies think there is a finate size pie and they want to get to divide it among we serfs.

    If we want to make more pie we are evil and are to be taxed into compliance.

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    Wealth belongs in the hands of those people willing to work their ASSES off to attain it. No work......NO EAT!! There are no free lunches. Every country that has tried to go against that has turn to shiite. If an eagle does not hunt it does not survive - PERIOD!! If a rabbit does not run - it gets eaten. Choose your method of survival. However, as I have already said....NO FREE LUNCHES!
    We have done so much, with so little, for so long....We can now do anything, with nothing, forever.

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    15 LOL, wrong hands, sigh,

    what a joke, anything in de Blasios hands are in the wrong hands, that's for sure,,
    If heaven is gained by merit your dog will get in before youť Mark Twain

    "Yeah liberal puke it's going to happen. Ain't it cool? And when you're all lined up against a wall and shot, your last sights will be the American people you pissed on for years getting back at you. Enjoy."( best line of the week, thanks AlfaMan)

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    NO FREE LUNCHES.
    We may see how that works out in a few weeks.
    "...Cry 'Havoc' and let slip the cats of war..."
    It’s a real pisser when your belief system gets T-boned by reality.
    I’m not afraid of dying...I just don’t want to be there!
    ...sell your cloak, and buy a sword...Second Amendment 1.0

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