Comrade De Blasio Takes Over

Screen Shot 2014-01-02 at 3.21.41 AMCommunist-sympathizing radical Bill de Blasio has laid out an ambitious, far-left agenda as he begins what is destined to be a disastrous reign as New York’s 109th mayor.

Leveling left-wingers, with their perverse obsession with income equality, are looking eagerly to the city in the hope that the new mayor will “morph New York City’s municipal machinery into a closely watched laboratory for populist theories of government that have never before been enacted on such a large scale,” according to a fawning New York Times profile.

In a pie-in-the-sky inaugural address, de Blasio promised class-based hatred and civil unrest in pursuit of so-called social justice.

“We recognize a city government’s first duties: to keep our neighborhoods safe; to keep our streets clean; to ensure that those who live here – and those who visit – can get where they need to go in all five boroughs. But we know that our mission reaches deeper. We are called to put an end to economic and social inequalities that threaten to unravel the city we love. And so today, we commit to a new progressive direction in New York. And that same progressive impulse has written our city’s history. It’s in our DNA.”

De Blasio’s ascendancy could also help Democrats at the national level two years from now.

The fact that in 2016 America’s largest metropolis and the critical battleground state of Virginia will be under the control of longtime Clinton loyalists is bound to be helpful to the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton. De Blasio was campaign manager for Mrs. Clinton’s successful U.S. Senate bid in New York State in 2000. Former Democratic National Committee chief and fundraiser extraordinaire Terry McAuliffe, a longtime Clinton crony, is scheduled to be sworn in as Virginia’s 72nd governor on Jan. 11.

De Blasio was formally sworn in on New Year’s Day by former President Bill Clinton. Before administering the oath, Clinton said, “I strongly endorse Bill de Blasio’s core campaign commitment that we have to have a city of shared opportunities, shared prosperity, shared responsibilities.” Also in attendance at the ceremony were Hillary Clinton, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), and useful idiot celebrities including neo-communist Harry Belafonte and actress Cynthia Nixon.

Unfurling the blood-red banner of class warfare and ugly polarization, de Blasio, an unrepentant supporter of ACORN and Occupy Wall Street, is already plotting early assaults on the Big Apple’s persecuted taxpayers and small business owners.

Sounding like President Obama, who enjoys putting a happy gloss on theft-by-redistribution, at his inauguration the new mayor said, “We do not ask more of the wealthy to punish success. We do it to create more success stories.”

This is, of course, the essence of the gangster abstraction known as social justice. Don’t teach a man to fish; teach him to burglarize homes and steal his neighbors’ fish.

De Blasio is demanding that taxes be increased in the already obscenely overtaxed city in order to pay for universal pre-kindergarten. Pre-K programs are largely recognized by experts as expensive, useless babysitting for preschoolers. This so-called early childhood education plan would warehouse four-year-olds, benefit labor unions and swell the ranks of government bureaucrats.

“We will ask the very wealthy to pay a little more in taxes so that we can offer full-day universal pre-K and after-school programs for every middle school student,” de Blasio said in his speech yesterday.

Billionaire troublemaker George Soros, an outspoken supporter of China’s murderous Communist regime, donated to de Blasio and endorsed his candidacy. Taxing high earners “is sound public policy and will have a powerful impact on reducing inequality,” said Soros, who lives and votes in Katonah, a suburb in Westchester County.

De Blasio wants to put small business people out of work by banning horse-drawn carriages, a familiar site in tourist-friendly Central Park. “We are going to get rid of horse and carriages, period,” he said previously, saying the animals are not well treated.

The local Horse and Carriage Association points out that tourist carriages aren’t the only users of equine labor. The mayor “better end then the mounted police, the park rangers and everything like that. Because they are walking on the same pavement.”

De Blasio vowed yesterday to expand the city’s Paid Sick Leave law “because no one should be forced to lose a day’s pay, or even a week’s pay, simply because illness strikes.” He pledged to force large developers to construct more affordable housing, to fight hospital closures, and to expand community health centers “so that New Yorkers see our city not as the exclusive domain of the One Percent, but a place where everyday people can afford to live, work, and raise a family.”

He promised to curtail the police department’s extremely successful stop-and-frisk policy in order to assuage the hurt feelings “of young men of color.”

Elsewhere in his inauguration speech, de Blasio couldn’t resist taking shots at conservatives, steering clear of the rhetorical high road.

He praised Bill Clinton, saying that “over 20 years ago, when a conservative philosophy seemed dominant, you broke through – and told us to still believe in a place called Hope.”

In a moment that could have come out of the pages of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, he mocked Americans who believe in the dynamism of the free marketplace:

Of course, I know that our progressive vision isn’t universally shared. Some on the far right continue to preach the virtue of trickle-down economics. They believe that the way to move forward is to give more to the most fortunate, and that somehow the benefits will work their way down to everyone else. They sell their approach as the path of “rugged individualism.”

He drooled over Hillary Clinton for her communitarian monstrosity, It Takes A Village. “Your groundbreaking commitment to nurturing our children and families manifested itself in a phrase that is now a part of our American culture – and something we believe in deeply in this city. It Takes A Village.”

Incredibly, he thanked Mayor David Dinkins, a laughable failure who did everything in his power to hasten the city’s decline, “for starting us on the road to a safer city, and for always uplifting our youth.”

Extreme-left, Saul Alinsky-inspired community organizers already have significant pull in de Blasio’s fledgling administration.

Former ACORN national chief organizer Bertha Lewis gloated back in September when de Blasio won the Democratic mayoral primary. “We’re baacccck. The right wing will have to deal with it,” said Lewis, a co-founder of the Working Families Party, and an early supporter and adviser to the new mayor.

According to the New York Post, Lewis played a “critical behind-the-scenes” role in the primary campaign of de Blasio. New York ACORN’s successor group, New York Communities for Change (NYCC), endorsed de Blasio early last year. NYCC field director Harold Miller, a Lewis protege, helped run the mayor’s field operation. Lewis stood behind de Blasio during his primary night victory address. De Blasio recognized the role that NYCC played in his campaign, tweeting, “Thanks to nychange members for coming out tonight!”

Radicals are optimistic that the elevation of an unapologetic Marxist to America’s most prominent municipal office will aid causes such as low-wage worker benefit mandates and universal prekindergarten child-warehousing. Because such programs have been enacted in smaller cities, those on the Left reckon they could metastasize to cities across America should they prove workable in New York.

“The mayor has a remarkable opportunity to make real many progressive policies and prove their merit,” said ever-trendy leftist kook Gavin Newsom, the lieutenant governor of California. When he was mayor of San Francisco, Newsom introduced a form of universal health care and defied then-state law by allowing same-sex couples to marry.

“De Blasio matters,” said Newsom. “A lot of us are counting on his success.”

The New York Times gushes that

New York has long been a lodestar for urban governments the world over. The avant-garde policing pioneered by former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani transformed the way major municipalities fight crime. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s corporate-minded approach to education and feats of social engineering, like the ban on smoking in bars, quickly gained global traction.

Not surprisingly, Marxist academic and Hugo Chavez fan Cornel West, who recently returned to New York to serve as an utterly undistinguished professor at Union Theological Seminary, said de Blasio represented “a sigh of relief from the reign of Bloomberg,” the soda-banning, do-gooder control freak who’s not left-wing enough for West. After initially backing Obama, West now considers the president to be a moderate and a sellout. “We don’t want de Blasio going down that Obama lane, or we’ll be in trouble,” he said.

Bill de Blasio was born Warren Wilhelm Jr. on May 8, 1961 in New York City. Soon after graduating with a bachelor’s degree from New York University in 1983, he legally changed his name to Warren de Blasio-Wilhelm, adding his mother’s maiden name. In 2002 he changed his name again, this time to Bill de Blasio.

Although journalists routinely call de Blasio a liberal, he is anything but; the new mayor’s Communist pedigree stretches far back. Historian Ron Radosh describes de Blasio as “a far left radical whose ancestors are the New Left and the Communists,” and “a bona fide red diaper baby” who, “like many of his generation … kept his parents’ … pro-Communist politics not far from his heart.”

A longtime supporter of America’s Communist enemies, during the Cold War de Blasio toured the Soviet Union and served as an organizer with the anti-nuclear, anti-American group Physicians for Social Responsibility. He was also a backer of Nicaragua’s Soviet-backed Sandinista dictatorship and as recently as this past September he affirmed he was “proud” to have supported that junta.

In 1990 de Blasio described himself as an advocate of “democratic socialism,” an ideological euphemism favored by Marxists. In the mid-nineties, he was executive director of the New York branch of the New Party, a Marxist, ACORN-affiliated political coalition to which Barack Obama likewise belonged.

In 1994 de Blasio married former lesbian activist Chirlane McCray. They honeymooned in Fidel Castro’s Cuba, in violation of the U.S. ban on travel to that country. In 1996 de Blasio ran the New York state operation for the Clinton-Gore re-election campaign.

From 1997 to 1999 de Blasio served as the New York/New Jersey regional director of the Clinton administration’s Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), where he served under the egomaniacal HUD Secretary Andrew Cuomo. De Blasio left HUD in 1999 to become campaign manager for Hillary Clinton’s Senate campaign.

While serving on City Council, in 2002 de Blasio participated in a City Hall ceremony honoring the vicious, land-grabbing Robert Mugabe, the openly anti-white, Marxist dictator of Zimbabwe.

Now that he’s ensconced in office, de Blasio shows no signs of moderating.

This brings to mind what the great H. L. Mencken once said: “Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.”

When they put de Blasio in Gracie Mansion, New Yorkers opted for socialist chaos and decline — and that’s exactly what they’re going to get.

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  • Gamal

    I took a horse and buggy ride next to central park with a date and it was very nice. It wasn’t hard on the horse. If it is so cruel for a horse to pull a buggy on a street with cars DeBlasio could pass a law that the carriages can only travel in the park. Getting rid of them causes the drivers and stable owners to be unemployed and removes one less tourist attraction to NY, a city that is going to become less and less attractive as crime goes up. Left wingers like DeBlasio don’t care about the economic consequences of their actions.

    • Elizabeth Cape Cod

      I think your idea to restrict carriage rides for park travel only is wonderful. It not only helps keep jobs for the drivers, it keeps the horses from going to the slaughterhouse.

      • Gamal

        That’s part of the irony of all of this. DeBlasio is ostensibly doing this to prevent cruelty to animals and the result will be horses being slaughtered.

        • Elizabeth Cape Cod

          Myopia – a liberal affliction.

  • johnlac

    Well, look on the bright side…they might not have horse-drawn carriage rides in NYC anymore, but they do have a horse’s ass for mayor.

  • bike mike

    Out of the way Detroit, New York City coming through!!!!!!

    • Jason P

      It will take more than Comrade Bill (as he is known to his friends) to bleed New York dry. It took Detroit decades. But your sentiment is right on … it’s coming.

      • Fritz

        How quickly we forget, New York already went bankrupt back in 1976 due in part to the disastrous legacy of Mayor John Lindsey, a left wing Republican of all things. The unfunded pension liability for government employees in New York rivals that of Detroit, it’s in the tens of billions, and the tax base is shrinking even before Kaiser Wilhelm gets started.
        You have to remember that Detroit took decades to fall because it started at the top to begin with, it was the wealthiest city in the U.S in 1960 with the highest per capita income, lowest unemployment, and highest economic growth. New York has none of those in it’s favor, it has a small percentage of the population shouldering almost all the tax burden.
        The only thing it has is the NYSE, but given the way money moves there is little stopping the financial and investment services sector from leaving, they are not like auto plants, more like computer memory banks. So drive out those, and the developers, banrupt or cause small businesses to close, and you have nothing but government employees, retired government employees, and welfare bums.

  • Jason P

    de Blasio will be more talk than action. Already the left if fuming over his appointment of Bratton as police chief. He was the originator of stop-and-frisk and leftist activists feel betrayed.

    What de Blasio will do is add in small symbolic ways to the welfare state. His purpose is to get re-elected (sound familiar?) and he wants to be able to say “see socialism didn’t hurt” before he lowers the boom. He’s taking a page from Obama … Obamacare didn’t take effect until after his re-election.

    Comrade Bill knows how to consolidate power. He knows if you move too fast (like Daniel Ortega) you may lose the voters. He saw Hillary fail to get Hillarycare passed. He saw Dinkins go down in flames and the Republicans take over for two decades.

    His sole purpose is PR: a new image for socialism. He’s a propagandist.

    • Omar

      Republicans did not govern NYC for two decades. The GOP technically only governed the city for thirteen years before Bloomberg dumped the party in 2007. Bloomberg is an independent, not a Republican. He was a Democrat turned Republican turned independent. The only reason why Bloomberg switched his political affiliation from the Democrats (which he was a lifelong member of until that point) to the GOP was in order to run for mayor against Mark Green in the 2001 election. For about 5-6 years after that election, New York City had a RINO mayor before he left the GOP and then the city had a mayor who was not affiliated with either party. The point is that Bloomberg is not one of us. He never was and never will be. For those people who still doubt this fact, I have a question for them: who did Bloomberg endorsed for president of the United States in the 2012 election? Hint: it wasn’t Romney. Anyway, the new mayor is going to completely ruin New York City. New Yorkers need to engage in non-cooperation with the Wilhelm administration until it is time to vote him out of office in the next mayoral election. But, unfortunately, the city will go downhill for now.

      • Jostalin2013

        Bloomberg is still more dangerous than the Communist Mayor and his drug addicted family. Thankfully de Blasio hasn’t Bloomberg’s vast bully pulpit of $34 Billion to buy anyone and everyone and to strong arm opposition by backing their political rivals.

        The danger is in the Communist minions that will be empowered now to redistribute wealth at will. God, I remember a time when treason was rewarded with executions, not political office.


      I wonder how long Bratton will last.

      I expect there will be a battle of wills between Bratton and DeBlasio at some point.

      Kelly may end up at DHS – which is good. More mosque surveillance.

  • rbla

    Dear Andrew, Hillary (and Bill)
    The eyes of the nation are on New York City. Don’t allow your pet monkey to hold your own political ambitions hostage. If he takes the city down you can kiss your quest for higher office good bye. You can let him indulge in a few stupid and useless feel-good programs like pre-K, but make sure he does not completely ruin the economy. Also keep him from letting his wife’s relatives run wild. Remember your future depends on it.
    A voter

    • Sheik Yerbouti

      He’s just part of the progression of characters being put up for the democrat base. A couple of decades ago I would have bet on the woman over the black guy in the first round. The rest will likely go something like:
      White woman
      Hispanic Man
      100% Black man (Obama is perfect for the double-down isn’t he?)
      Asian man
      Black woman
      De Blasio can be wedged in a few places since he’s a white guy with a black wife, a quinella ticket. Maybe after Hispanic Man. It would make 100% Black Man a sure bet.

      In all of this it doesn’t matter who the republicans run. If they don’t grow a pair and walk over Hillary, (which leftists want to keep pushing the GOPs war on women) then they can get used to those sidelines. The left uses women as human shields by effectively preying on our honor.

      Are republicans content?


        The Deomcrats had a War on Women when they dropped Hillary in 2008.

        • Sheik Yerbouti

          And so handily done with the race card (of all things, Clinton? racist? bahahahahahahaha).

  • Southernationalist

    Back to the future–Times Square 1978.


      Taxi Driver – 2014.

  • Southernationalist

    After a couple of years with this moron (I mean why would any man marry that disgusting troglodyte–It just ain’t normal) people will look back on Dinkins as a Golden Age.

  • cacslewisfan

    Let the Detroitification begin!

  • Clare Spark

    Populism warns that without drastic leveling, a communist revolution will take place owing to hard-hearted and intransigent Republicans. See” Index to blogs on populist demagoguery.” What will happen to foreign tourism, an important source of income for NYC small business?

    • Chris Behme

      DeBlasio will encourage more “tourism” from majority Muslim countries.

  • Kwan

    Another Communist blowhard is elected to office promising to fight for “social justice” and “fairness”. But you won’t need a crystal ball to predict the outcome of this journey into fantasyville by the NYC electorate. Radicalism will accelerate as Commie Bill’s administration begins to resemble Peru’s Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path a Maoist guerrilla organization). Criminals now labeled “Freedom Fighters” will operate unopposed, and NYC will become about as safe as Dodge City before the arrival of Matt Dillon. Businesses and citizens will flee the insanity, and ultimately rope-a-doped NYC voters will awaken to the reality that Comrade Bill and his policies are transforming NYC into Caracas on the Hudson.

    • laura r

      douteful. the global developers have bought the city, condos & malls are being built as we speak. nothing will change, except there will be be more middle class housing ops.

      • Fritz

        They can pull the plug on any of those on a dime, but nobody said things would collapse overnight. Once the 1% he keeps bashing leave for Florida the money will go with them.

    • Omar

      “…Comrade Bill and his policies are fundamentally transforming NYC into Caracas on the Hudson.”
      Don’t you mean Managua on the Hudson? After all, Warren Wilhelm, Jr. supported the Communist Sandinista dictatorship in Nicaragua during that country’s civil war in the 1980s. Still, there is no real fundamental difference between Sandinista Nicaragua (which the Communist regime is still governong today) and Chavista Venezuela (which is being illegally governed by an insane lunatic autocrat who claims to be receiving messages from his late Communist mentor in bird form and from a stain on a subway tunnel wall), which are both puppets of Castrogonia (a.k.a. Communist Cuba). And Wilhelm is a puppet of Sandinista despot Daniel Ortega. Bloomberg was bad, but Wilhelm is worse.

      • Kwan

        It is estimated that there are 60,000 Cuban Nationals implanted within the Venezuelan government and military, in effect making Venezuela a puppet-state of Cuba.

        • Omar

          That’s why I call the Communist regime in Venezuela the Cuban Raj. Based on that nickname, it is obviously named after the British Raj, which was the British imperial government in the South Asia subcontinent (present-day countries India, Pakistan and Bangladesh) between the mid-nineteenth century and the subcontinent’s independence in 1947. The Cuban Raj today is worse than the British Raj of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century. At least the British Raj tried to maintain peace between different religious groups in South Asia. The Cuban Raj promotes Communist totalitarianism, massive electoral fraud, the destruction of the economy and the destruction of democracy. Alternatively, we can also call Communist Cuba’s empire the new Spanish Empire, since the Castro brothers are the sons of a Spanish colonial military officer who fought under the commmand of General Valeriano Weyler (who butchered many Cuban patriots fighting for independence from Spain) in the Spanish American War. The Castro family dictatorship is an imperialist power in the Western Hemisphere as it tries to dominate country by country, as well as tries to destroy the United States. It is our duty to defeat the Castro family dictatorship and restore democracy and stability to its client states.

    • Joanne

      That’s why they are confiscating rifles from NYC residents. Their afraid someone will take matters into their own hands. Hmmm that could be a game changer.

  • Sniper’s Blade – S.L. Rachford

    Worse breakout of “The Progressive Virus” in history of country. Sad days to come. NYC asked for it, but Americans did not.

    • Habbgun

      New York did not ask for it. The sad part of it all is that the native New Yorker is the least able to control the government. It is and always has been a machine affair and nothing is more bought and sold than Gracie Mansion. De Blasio is a product of left wing blacks, Hispanics, jews, etc. who actually wish to be the right kind of European socialist white and German and Dutch hipsters who have inserted communism here like the Germans originally inserted Lenin into Russia. This man must be fought constantly and referred by his actual name. De Blasio isn’t De Blasio.

  • DontMessWithAmerica

    Didn’t bother reading the whole depressing piece. The man is a dolt, the voters who brought him in are degenerate masochists and now New York, like the rest of the country is out to emulate Detroit. R.I.P. New York.


      The voters didn’t vote for Willhelm.

      They voted the for guy with the Afro, the girl with flowers growing out of her head, and the ex-lesbian wife.

      I wish the guy who did sign language at the Mandela sendoff did the sign language for the DeBlasio coronation.

  • carltjohnson

    Guess what, most if not all value creators will be heading to Galt Gulch very soon!
    Then where will you be? Either that or cronyism will be more ramped than ever before, just to keep the Babylonian infrastructure going.

  • Biff_Maliboo

    Snake Plissken will be the next mayor of New York.


      More transexual height challenged waistline challenged progressive hookers who take credit cards processed in Nigeria?


  • hoistthatrag

    I’m going to love every minute of watching this man’s destruction of a failing city…giving them exactly what they’ve asked for.


    And when the city collapses financially under his madness, will it be too big to fail?

  • Yulia Demkin

    “…the far right …believe that the way to move forward is to give more to the most fortunate…” de Blasio
    There is one of the fundamental misunderstanding of free enterprise on the part of the left—that what the most fortunate has, was given to them and was given to them by the giver of all good things, government.

  • spyeatte

    As a looker far removed from NYC, I can calmly observe how long it will take this nut to turn the city back into a far-left sewer of depravity and poverty.

  • hatsylady

    If it takes a Village is one of his favorite slogans, why can’t the whole city of NY be up there with him while he takes the oath of office? Why limit it to his wife and children. After all Comrade Wilhelm, they don’t belong to you alone.

  • Don Anastas

    Communist sympathizing?? He’s called the “Marxist of Manhattan” not because he’s a moderate but a Communist. Progressive is merely code for Marxist.


      Don Anastas AKBAR!

      SHlTler was a Socialist. A national Socialist.

      • Don Anastas

        So what’s your point?


          Socialism is a Crime Against Humanity.

          Socialism is responsible for most of the Wars of the 20th Century.

          Resist enslavement, resist socialism.

  • Rufus t firefly

    I lived in NYC during the Dinkins years. It was a sad scary dangerous dysfunctional mess, Bartertown with a subway system.
    Visits to NYC after the Giulani turnaround were like seeing a different city, or a different century.
    Now the exodus of businesses and taxpayers will resume, which in turn accelerates the Leftist balance of power.
    De Blasio will trash NYC into another Detroit, yes.

    For Dems that’s not an accident, it’s The Plan.

  • Ruckus_Tom

    The movie “Taxi Driver” or the “Death Wish” series will become good guides, again, for potential tourists thinking about going to NYC.

  • bob e

    new yuk…new yuk

  • ColoursFed

    New York is living ‘Planet of the Apes’, like the rest of the USA!

  • Drakken

    Do you hear that big sucking sound? That is the sound of wealth and business leaving that city in droves, funny how business is in the business of business and when communist try to collect their hard earned money, they always flee to friendlier lands. Miami in the next few years might be the new financial district of the nation. I wish I had some sympathy or empathy left for the dolts in NY who voted for this communist, sorry, I am all out, your going to get what you deserve and your going to get it real hard.

    • Jackson

      so true! NYC is full of cowards, Muslimeis gave them 911 and they didn’t even get the message. WTF will it take I wonder.

  • Phil McMorrow

    Detroit 2, New York 1, and Mantle is batting.

    • Richard_Iowa

      And the bases are loaded.

  • toomuchguvmint

    Democrats will not be happy until every city in the country looks like Detroit.

  • keyster

    Don’t expect the unwashed masses to be invited up to Gracie Mansion for soup and blankets anytime soon. Cake will have to do.

  • brigin

    When will ppl realize that the federal government subsidizes socialism in the big cities, and mega corporations love socialism. Goldman Sachs gets $5 billion a year from the feds to stay in New York

  • Richard_Iowa

    The real question is whom will they blame when the impending train wreck happens?

  • quillerm

    This could make left wing race baiting a National Sport. Nothing like liberals to incite riots, and hatred for political gain.

  • ronbet

    America has been witnessing for five years what happens when a socialist is elected President, now they will get to see just what chaos ensues when a true Communist is put in control of a major US city. It is not going to end well. New Yorkers are going to need more than good luck.

  • Howdy_dowdy

    NYC is bleeped ! That’s why the Elitist Leftists are moving out.

  • Nhóm Đào Tạo

    You can let him indulge in a few stupid and useless feel-good programs like pre-K

    Tour du lich Nhat Ban Ha Noi
    ve máy bay di Nhat Ban

  • pookieamos

    I can’t believe after Gloomberg , New Yorkers go and hire a communist , unbelievable . Preschool and after school programs are nothing but a way to take hold of your children for more indoctrination hours.

  • Fritz

    Bill De Blasio, toss out the typical leftest benalities and boilerplate about “social justice” and “Income equality” and what he is saying is this “I want to model New York after the failed city of Detroit”. People with money can pull up stakes and leave, and in New York the bulk of the taxes are paid by that 1% that he ruthlessly attacks. After about two years of this man in charge will not help the Dems anywhere, New York is already nearing bankruptcy due to pension obligations, a massive drop in the number of individuals and taxes will derail that gravy train in short order.

  • American1969

    You get what you vote for. Good luck New York. You’re going to need it! Lol!

  • Bug in Rio

    Since the citizens of New York City elected him, let THEM get what they voted for, and wait and see what happens…..I can just imagine!!!

  • Jackson

    what an ugly family, they look like they belong in a third world zoo.

  • putthehammerdown

    Isn’t it obvious to anyone who can thread a needle that this twit was elected due to the fact that no one of any real vision or knowledge ran against him ?
    There was simply no opposition and now native New Yorkers are going to pay, in ways and means undreamed-of, by the local populace.
    You cannot tell me there was no one qualified to run against a known Communist/Socialist in a city built on business acumen and finance.
    Ergo,… now they deserve what is coming at them, with all the attendant pain, bleeding and ‘special people’ [Nomenklatura] that Communism historically entails.
    It was all there for them to see, witnessed in successive decades.
    Give it 4 years and watch the fun.
    Give it 8 and you got a trend that is going to auger-in, fer shoor.

  • veeper

    Crime, violence, murder, spending and public acts of HATRED will all escalate in N.Y. under de blasio…..

  • UCSPanther

    As I said on Breitbart:

    Welcome back to the 1970s, New York. Disco won’t be coming back, but the skyrocketing crime rates, the neighborhoods where you don’t dare set foot after dark and the “mugger’s paradise” subways will always be there to remind you of the old times.

  • LightningJack

    Why not rename New York “Ho Chi Min City” and install Jane Fonda as mayor?

  • extyrequeen

    all I have to say is that new York voters spoke and this is what the voters want…this is why its so important to get out and vote

  • veeper

    New Yorkers have not learned anything from history….

    even their own history…..

    Their short memories forget N.Y. being the cesspool of America…..

    • UCSPanther

      If the return of the “Mugger’s paradise” subways doesn’t jog their memories, nothing will.

  • DontMessWithAmerica

    It is piuks like De Blasio that brings out an advanced version of Louis XIV in me with creative ideas for social solutions. For instance to have an effective War on Poverty, we need to shoot all poor people. I’ll come up with more ideas daily.

  • teruby

    As someone who grew up in NYC, this is the first time ever(even after 911) that I do not want to live in NYC. I am truly concerned about what DeBlasio will do to NY. I believe he will destroy this city and create war between people. I hope someone keeps tabs on him and his communist transition team to make sure we don’t end up like Venezuela, cuba …seriously worried. Also, the horse carriage ban is insane, he is insane for wanting to take this away. He is in alliance with the developers for the land where the horse stables are just to make money and payback for campaign funds. This is not about animal rights issues. He is a communist liar in disguise.

  • Larry Wilson

    the King is Dead….Long live the King…LOL

  • DeBlasioSux

    de blasio is a moron. His family is a dysfunctional bunch of drug addicts and he’s a hypocrite. He want’s hard working small building owners to freeze their rents but he raises the rents in his rentals regularly (currently around $2,750/mo) and is now asking $4,900/mo for his former home. Below is his reasoning for raising the rents on his rentals, which by the way is the same thing building owners have been saying, it’s about the expenses:
    “We’ve done it differently every year. … We literally do it
    based on cost, and depending on what we have in the way of cost, we
    adjust accordingly.”
    Really? And you want everyone else to loose money because you want to freeze (even roll back) rents while raising property taxes, water and sewer, adding costly regulations, making it harder to remove tenants that don’t pay ANY rent.
    Can’t wait to say goodbye to you.