Liberal NYC Mayor Vows To Take Your Money And Give It To Someone Else…
One of the things that I think that I enjoy about myself right now is that I make the money that I make right now is mine and no liberal can take that away from me.
I have earned it through hard work and dedication to what I do for a living. I don’t have to give it to someone if I don’t want to.
If I go on vacation next month with my wife and kids for example, it’s because I paid for it or acquired the right to go on that vacation by my own means (if I won a raffle or the like) and not from the neighborhood taking up a collection.
That being said, there are some in the liberal community that would want you for whenever you go on vacation to make sure other people that you may not even know to go on vacation.
Shoot, not even that. We’re talking basic stuff here. They would want it that if you bought a new Roku box or something for yourself that you would theoretically have to buy one for someone else that you know whether or not they could afford to pay you back.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio turned up the volume on his progressive rhetoric in his sixth State of the City address Thursday, pledging to redistribute money from the haves to the have nots with a series of new initiatives
De Blasio promised to make life better for workers, tenants, and retirees in the wide-ranging speech, promising to create a city-managed retirement fund for those who lack access to employer-sponsored funds, as well as a new Office to Protect Tenants.
“Imagine a city where New Yorkers can live their lives more fully,” de Blasio told the audience at Symphony Space in Manhattan. “That’s the quality of life I want for every New Yorker.”
Later in his remarks, the second-term mayor said millions of Americans are “boxed into lives that just aren’t working” because of Republican policies like tax breaks for the wealthy and corporations.
“Brothers and sisters, there’s plenty of money in the world,” de Blasio said. “Plenty of money in this city. It’s just in the wrong hands. You deserve a city that gives you the share of prosperity that you’ve earned.”