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NYT Decides It Doesn't Want Bloomberg Anymore

bitterlyclingin

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(It never would have made the news in "Pinch's" paper if he han't decided it was time for Mike to go. Remember how the WaPo used George Allen's "Macacca moment" to derail his Senatorial campaign.)



"Mayor Michael R. BloombergÂ’s job approval rating among New Yorkers has hit its lowest point in six years, with residents conveying widespread anxieties about the cityÂ’s economic prospects, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

Document: The New York Times/CBS News Poll, August 2011

How the Bloomberg Poll Was Conducted (August 17, 2011)

Times Topic: Michael Bloomberg

Nearly 70 percent of city residents characterize the economy as being bad. And New Yorkers are chiefly interested in jobs and low-priced goods, even at the expense of neighborhood stores. Residents of the Bronx, for example, favor Wal-MartÂ’s long-frustrated efforts to establish a store in the city; 79 percent liked the idea."


http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/17/n...bloomberg-in-6-years.html?src=mv&ref=nyregion
 

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(It never would have made the news in "Pinch's" paper if he han't decided it was time for Mike to go. Remember how the WaPo used George Allen's "Macacca moment" to derail his Senatorial campaign.)



"Mayor Michael R. BloombergÂ’s job approval rating among New Yorkers has hit its lowest point in six years, with residents conveying widespread anxieties about the cityÂ’s economic prospects, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

Document: The New York Times/CBS News Poll, August 2011

How the Bloomberg Poll Was Conducted (August 17, 2011)

Times Topic: Michael Bloomberg

Nearly 70 percent of city residents characterize the economy as being bad. And New Yorkers are chiefly interested in jobs and low-priced goods, even at the expense of neighborhood stores. Residents of the Bronx, for example, favor Wal-MartÂ’s long-frustrated efforts to establish a store in the city; 79 percent liked the idea."


http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/17/n...bloomberg-in-6-years.html?src=mv&ref=nyregion

But hes a wonderful liberal. He even wants to show those nasty redskins a bit more frontier justice.
 
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Well, when the Victory mosque got a full speed ahead sign and the orthodox greek church got the shaft sign,

who surprised hes going down in the polls.
 

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