More on this unworkable plan. . .
… it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” Macbeth
Understand we are all pawns on a limitless stage with the powerful vying for our adulation, and every few years, our votes.
After eight years Michael Bloomberg had fashioned a worldwide reputation – as a cynical New Yorker told me, “He turned New York into Copenhagen, whether we liked it or not,” pedestrian malls, bike lanes, new refurbished parks, low crime rates and an avalanche of tourists from around the world, the well-honed image, the diminutive, aloof manager-mayor at a press conference pointing at a reporter, “Miss, your question?” The apolitical mayor, neither democrat nor republican, running the greatest city in the world, who briefly flirted with running the nation.
Four years later he is an angry, reclusive billionaire spending his final months in a vengeful assault on teachers and their union.
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