New York City Mayor Michael “No Balls” Bloomberg has shown over and over that he has absolutely no backbone, and now “No Balls” Bloomberg has waved the white flag of surrender to the NY City to the mob of stinky hippies, stoners, criminals, union thugs, drug dealers that comprise the anti-capitalism “occupy” mob taking up permanent residence in Zuccotti Park.
“No Balls” Bloomberg is trying to use a very lame excuse for his weakness and lack of backbone, saying that because the sanitation company who cleans the park decided not to clean Zuccotti Park, (out of regard and fear for their own safety) so the mob of stoners, hippies, and drug dealers living in the park can continue?
Grow some balls Bloomberg!
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says that pressure from other elected officials led the real-estate company that owns Zuccotti Park, the makeshift home of the Occupy Wall Street movement, to postpone its plans to clear the plaza for cleaning Friday.
Protesters and authorities appeared to be headed for a showdown early Friday until it was announced around 6:30 a.m. that Brookfield will postpone its cleaning plans for the time being. Hundreds of people massed at the Lower Manhattan park erupted in cheers at the news.
Bloomberg, who on Wednesday night visited the park to tell Occupy Wall Street participants that they would have to clear out Friday to allow Brookfield Properties to clean, said the company was “inundated” from calls from elected officials, though he said he did not know which officials made the calls.
“Brookfield got lots of calls from many elected officials threatening them and saying if you don’t stop this we’ll make your life more difficult,” the mayor said on his radio show Friday morning. “If those elected officials would spend half as much time trying to promote the city and get jobs to come here, we would go a long ways to answering the concerns of the protesters.”
Many of the protesters had begun cleaning the park themselves Thursday in an attempt to head off Brookfield’s plans. On Friday morning after the announcement, Matthew Arkyck continued sweeping the park.
“You’ve got to keep it clean, people have to live here,” said Arlyck, 36 years old. “It seems like the longer they keep it clean the longer they can justify not having sanitation.” He added that he believed Brookfield delayed the cleaning because a large crowd had convened on the site.
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