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But -- just about everybody knows especially you watching this broadcast that New York's mayor.
Michael Bloomberg is financing the assault on the Second Amendment that is now.
A -- -- in the billionaire mayor wants to buy the Second Amendment here's just one example.
Of where he's spending part of his estimated -- Forbes estimates is net worth at about 27.
I think that's probably fair give -- -- the billion.
Of the -- super pac has poured more than two million dollars -- -- one congressional race in Chicago Illinois law.
Now that's the blows to Blue States and the district.
Previously represented by Jesse Jackson junior making it one of the bullets districts probable -- state anywhere in the country.
The -- is -- decided to spin that millions of dollars on ads.
To defeat a democratic candidate in the primary.
Who didn't support a ban on assault weapons -- the -- candidate did prevail.
But the good mayor who is now in his third term who spent more than a hundred million dollars in this last campaign just to win an office that he was term limited out.
Managed to persuade everybody deserves so he's got it.
And now be careful what you asked for the saying goes the -- seems bored.
With just the issues here in New York City.
This -- it is what he's preoccupied with.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Smoking.
In public places he banned the use trans fats at restaurants he started a campaign -- salt.
He bands so that is especially those that are -- bigger sugary drinks larger than sixty announces.
And let me -- -- moment but what we found -- and -- -- result.
Of the mayor's.
What would you call.
Is his -- diversion.
This is a flyer explaining what the new New York City regulations -- -- New York City regulations.
Dude do those regulations starting march dropped this restaurant will no longer be allowed to add sugar or forever -- the larger beverages are for larger spot -- -- -- Of certain -- refer to the back permission to find out what these changes -- for your turning the page.
What is changing you'll have to add your own sugar too large and extra large.
Beverages medium large -- back.
This is from Dunkin' Donuts some other -- people other country.
This is what they've got to contend with and their customers have to contend with and New York City or by the way.
He wants to banned styrofoam through starting a campaign is well.
Are against are you ready.
Loud -- fault I'm starting to suspect something here.
The -- really has a problem with -- behavior and and things that start with a net smoking salt sodas sugary drinks styrofoam.
Do you suppose that's some psychological thing going on -- -- Meanwhile according to CBS New York with all of this -- occupying the good mayor and don't on -- Don't forget guns.
Don't forget that it's.
Eighty per -- Of all New York City high school -- to want to attend a community college.
Have to take.
Remedial courses don't learn how to read.
A repeat that.
Eighty per cent that's what a fine job.
The mayor and the educational system in this city is doing.
The homeless population in New York City by the way of mr.
mayor you're just -- a little diversion from the sodas assault the smoking.
Gun control issues.
The number of people in the city's homeless shelter has risen 61%.
Since the mayor took office a record 50000.
And an estimated 22.
Of them children.
And the -- And by the way that I mentioned -- potholes mr.
-- And now.
I voice -- a pretty good guy mr.
But there's a lot of work for you to do right here in New York City I know that your old little bored okay -- -- -- board.
But please you -- you have a little time left in office you can get the city working again and you could do that.
In the nine months of your term that you have what.
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