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Thank you Mayor Bloomberg,
Your endorsement of President Obama’s reelection gives hope for those concerned with social justice for all, not only the rich.I hope that New York has a speedy recovery and together with President Obama, can bring a brighter tomorrow together as a team for your city and the nation.
That’s two right leaning estates throwing the endorsement to Obama today.
The other is the conservative Economist who today backed Obama.
Well, it’s worded to keep the “faithful” happy, but even they know Romney and his cadre would finish America if they get in.
Finally, a reality check! Now give Donald Stupid Arse Chump (Trump) a visit and cold cock him into the here and now!
Question to Queerty; I haven’t insulted anyone here. Yet, why is it that some people write insults and degrading comments about each other and they get posted? I have found that when I state the truth about religious bigots and or politicians it gets put on hold and awaiting moderation and has gotten omitted. This is beginning to look like double standards and favoritism towards some.
Ah. Who cares who he endorses? NY’s electoral votes are already democratic. It’s not as if his endorsement will affect battleground states.
Hmmm maybe Florida where senior new Yorkers go to retire…
@JOHN 1957: If you get that “awaiting moderation” notice immediately after trying to post, it’s an automatic thing. There doesn’t seem to be any sanity in what it does and does not block, and no answers have been forthcoming from Queerty (which, though frustrating, is somewhat understandable.)
It wouldn’t really matter, if there were somebody monitoring held posts and letting them through quickly. That that doesn’t happen either is also understandable, but the *combination* is aggravating.
Is this, perhaps, something else they can do away with now that everybody has to register to post?
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