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posted by King Minos in In The News

Obama to "FIX" Global Warming?

November 2, 2012

But he said he had decided over the past several days that Mr. Obama was the better candidate to tackle the global climate change that he believes might have contributed to the violent storm, which took the lives of at least 38 New Yorkers and caused billions of dollars in damage.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/02/nyregion/bloomberg-endorses-obama-sayi...

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Comic relief from His Honor and bonified ANGRY WEALTHY MAYOR of NYC!

I loved Bloomberg's plan to limit passage into the CITY to those drivers with at least 2 passengers along for the ride!

COME TO THINK OF IT, this self-made Billionaire, a la Henry Ford, truly imagines himself as one who ought to have the final say on all behaviors, including, so far, smoking, consumption of trans-fats, and "big gulps!"

THEN, perhaps BLOOMBERG thinks Obama "has what it takes" to crush the opposition to global warming theory, and END the use of fossil fuels by all Americans (who are not wealthy, and powerful, like Bloomberg, and perhaps, now, Obama!).

They say the night brings out the freaks, and Halloween and a SuperStorm brings-out the GEEKS, and would-be Storm-Troopers ...!

I say THEY ARE RIGHT!

Get RID of the Bloomberg MENACE to humanity!

Take that grinning Obama sidekick away, too, before a bather is seriously injured or killed on the cross of "Political Correctness!" Shock

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