NYC Mayor on IDs For Illegals: ‘Don’t Want’ Them ‘To Feel Like Second-Class Citizens’ Ronald Reagan…
Why do New Yorker’s vote guys like this in? I’ve never understood it. New Yorkers, in my heart, I still am a card carrying New Yorker, are the strongest most passionate caring people, and that’s why this is a question in my mind for most of my life. I don’t vote party, I vote who is going to do their job under their oath of office. After I do my research on them.
If you do your homework, you will find his uncanny past daunting. What do I mean by that, he is a socialist plain and simple. His unbridled behavior with the NY Police Department is troubling. Whether you agree with the police or not, they are public servants who are paid to protect law abiding Americans.
If you don’t want police protecting law abiding citizens, believe you me, I’m a staunch supporter of the 2nd Amendment, partially why I reside in Virginia, then talk to your Representative and remove the police dept. By and Large, “Dah” Blasio should not be mayor. But the bigger question, again, why do New Yorkers continue to vote these kind of people in office?
Americans in general terms are the most giving thoughtful peaceful people on earth. And have put up with enough monkey business from Washington, it’s time to wake up America and make sure that America is fit, healthy, and strong for ourselves, and generations to come.
This isn’t about political leaders, it never has been. For those of you old curmudgeons who were around during the Ronald Reagan days, his first inaugural address:
“Our Government,” he emphasizes, “has no power except that granted it by the people. It is time to check and reverse the growth of government which shows signs of having grown beyond the consent of the governed.” The old Constitution, with its restraints and emphasis on limited government, allows individual freedom to work for the common good. “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.”