Video: Nanny Bloomberg urges police to strike for stronger gun laws
If this guy wasn't so wealthy, there wouldn't be a playground in New York City where he didn't get beat up and have his lunch money stolen. Worse, he's not just a nanny-stater, he's an aggressive activist.
Bloomberg may represent the more loathsome other side of the progressive coin. You have your Rahm Emanuel's and Barack Obama's who are always in your face. Nanny Bloomberg dons a GOP hat and subverts liberty with a smile and a handshake. How can you not hate that? He's everyone's meddling neighbor, always ready to lecture you on what's "right," in his view. And the idiots in NTY will probably let him remain as caretaker-in-chief- of NYC for life.
If only he had to get a job, he wouldn't have so much free time to be as annoying as he is. God, you just want to slap him and tell him to shut up, for once. I wonder if the plane that crashed carrying that proposal banner was tied to Bloomie being on with Pier's? There are no coincidences! I've convinced of it!
This evening, Piers Morgan invited Mayor Michael Bloomberg to join him in studio for an honest and revealing discussion in the aftermath of Friday's deadly shooting in Aurora, CO.
In a primetime exclusive interview, the head of the executive branch of New York City's government provided his solution for implementing stricter gun laws in America:
"I don't understand why the police officers across this country don't stand up collectively and say we're going to go on strike," Bloomberg told the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host. "We're not going to protect you unless you, the public, through your legislature, do what's required to keep us safe."
A co-founder of Mayors Against Illegal Guns – a coalition of more than 600 mayors fighting illegal gun trafficking and gun violence – Bloomberg is frustrated with the level of dangerous ammunition and supplies that are readily available: