Don’t Like Bloomberg… You’re an Anti-Semite

by:  the Common Constitutionalist

So, all the sudden the left in America is concerned with anti-Semitism. That’s a riot. Is this the same left that constantly sides with the Muslim Brotherhood and goes out of their way to support Islam? That left?

It just goes to show, when pundits on the left want to accomplish something – there is no end to which they will go.

mayors against illegal gunsI’m speaking, in this case, of gun control and the fascist mayor Michael Bloomberg’s one-man crusade for their confiscation. And don’t think for a moment that is not his endgame. As with everything Bloomberg involves himself in, it seems he always knows better than we, how to live our lives, for we cannot be trusted. Sounds a lot like the great progressive Teddy Roosevelt.

And now those with no moral center have branded us pro-second amendment advocates as anti-Semites.

For those who are unaware, Mayor Bloomberg with his personal fortune, north of $22 billion, started an organization called “Mayors against Illegal Guns”. What an apropos name, for of course, who could be for illegal guns? Naturally no one and that is why the word game. The left is great at innocuous names for things – abortion is reproductive or women’s health because who would oppose the health of a woman?MS13

Anyway, Benito Bloomberg cobbled this organization together to “combat” the influence of the NRA and he’s announced a $12 million ad campaign to push for universal background checks, because we all know that this is how criminals acquire their guns. Criminals seek out legal sales and subject themselves to legal background checks. I’m sure that’s how MS13 acquired their weapons.

You see, Il Duce, or should I say Il Douche Bag, is Jewish. This past Monday on MSNBC, contributor Mike Barnicle said: “let’s get down to it, Mike Bloomberg, mayor of New York City; I mean, there’s a level of anti-Semitism in this thing directed toward Bloomberg.” Al Sharpton chimed in agreement: “there’s no doubt about it”.

Their proof comes from comments made on the website “Stormfront”, your typical white supremacist site, calling out Bloomberg for being a “Jew” and variBloomberg is a Jewous tweets claiming Bloomberg to be “King Heeb”. Real middle-of-the-road stuff that clearly represents the conservative point of view, don’t you think? MSNBC has finally outed us as the Jew haters we are. What a despicable bunch of hatemongers.

Yes, we are not lovers of liberty, but anti-semites. We don’t dislike Bloomberg due to his version of American fascism. No, that can’t be it. It’s that he is Jewish. If he were Protestant or Catholic we would be fine with his no salt, no trans-fats, no big gulp and now, gun control decrees.

We would be okay with his governing philosophy of: “You have to have the space, if you will, to lead from the front to make decisions to then convince people why it’s right, to do things,” said Bloomberg. “And if it doesn’t work perfectly, to fix it.”

Not that he should convince the public to support an idea, but to just explain to his subjects that he is right and you must support it after he has made the decision for you. That would be grand, if he were not a “Jew”.

As with anything the left attempts to foist on the American people, they know they can never win an honest debate. There must always be some devious angle to pull and tug at the hearts, but not the minds of the low information citizen.

If Bloomberg were honest about his real intent to confiscate our weapons, he would get nowhere, regardless of how much money he threw at his silly campaign, but he would still have the unwavering support of the idiots at MSNBC.

 

 

Bloomberg’s Ban

Bloomberg’s ban prohibits 2-liter soda with your pizza and some nightclub mixers

 

SODA Ban

 

Take a big gulp, New York: Hizzoner is about to give you a pop.

Nanny Bloomberg unleashes his ban on large sodas on March 12 — and there are some nasty surprises lurking for hardworking families.

Say goodbye to that 2-liter bottle of Coke with your pizza delivery, pitchers of soft drinks at your kid’s birthday party and some bottle-service mixers at your favorite nightclub.

They’d violate Mayor Bloomberg’s new rules, which prohibit eateries from serving or selling sugary drinks in containers larger than 16 ounces.

Bloomberg’s soda smackdown follows his attacks on salt, sugar, trans fat, smoking and even baby formula.

LESS SODA, MORE DOUGH: If you order a pizza, you cannot get a large bottle of soda delivered with it. Already, Domino’s locations across the city are doing away with 1 and 2 liter bottles of soda, deliveryman Philippe Daniba says. They’ll sell smaller bottles instead — costing you more money and increasing plastic waste.

NANNY MIKE’S CAN’T-DO ATTITUDE

The city Health Department last week began sending brochures to businesses that would be affected by the latest ban, including restaurants, bars and any “food service” establishment subject to letter grades.

And merchants were shocked to see the broad sweep of the new rules.

“It’s not fair. If you’re gonna tell me what to do, it’s no good,” said Steve DiMaggio of Caruso’s in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. “It’s gonna cost a lot more.”

And consumers, especially families, will soon see how the rules will affect their wallets — forcing them to pay higher unit prices for smaller bottles. Continue Reading

Heil Bloomberg!

Now Bloomberg wants to ban New Yorkers smoking in their OWN homes 

By Sean O’hare

Michael Bloomberg
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg denied plans for a home smoking ban

Anti-smoking police are set to patrol New York neighborhoods and stop people smoking in their own homes, secret new documents reveal.

Community groups will be sent out to convince  landlords and tenants across the city to turn their private buildings into smoke-free zones, according to the documents seen by the New York  Post.

The community groups would ‘work with property managers, tenants, and others on adoption of voluntary smoke-free policies’, the document says.

In return for their work, each community group will collect a $10,000 bounty — paid for out of a Centers for Disease Control grant.

Fuhrer Bloomberg

Fuhrer Bloomberg

The news comes one year after the city banned smoking in parks and beaches, despite promises by Mayor Bloomberg that there were no plans to extend a ban to apartment buildings.

The document explains how neighborhood contractors would help develop New York health department’s agenda in tobacco, alcohol, exercise and diet.

Contractors would improve community awareness  and promote ‘voluntary adoption of smoke-free policies to reduce tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke’.

Critics called the plan an affront to  personal freedom and suspect that it has long been in the pipeline and waited  for the public to get used to the public smoking ban before introducing one in homes.

City politicians denied there was any such plan.

Bloomberg spokesperson Samantha Levine said:  ‘The city is not banning smoking in private residences; as part of this federal grant, organizations can apply to fund projects that, among other things,  educate the community on voluntary smoke-free housing policies.’

 
SmokingLandords will be able to change the wording on the lease and implement ban when lease comes up for renewal

Landlords interested in introducing a smoking ban need only change the wording on the lease once it comes up for renewal. Tenants would  then have the choice of signing the new lease and accepting the terms or moving  on.

There are no laws prohibiting a landlord from banning smoking, according to real-estate lawyer Adam Leitman Bailey. Landlords need only change the language of the lease, and once it’s time to renew, the smoker can decide to move or stay.

Landlord owners of condominiums would need a 66 per cent majority vote among their tenants in favor of a ban in order to implement it.

Most restaurants in the city outlawed smoing  in 1995, followed by bars and bar areas of restaurants in 2002.

The document reveals that although the number of smokers in the city has  dropped,  850,000 adults and about 18,000 high school students still smoke.

This Just In…New York City Bans Everything

There’s the smoking ban, salt, transfats,  large sugary drinks and probably more I’ve fotgotten. Now baby formula?

When will Heir Bloomberg stop?

They should rename the city’s government buildings, the Reichstag.

No one could deny breastmilk is more beneficial to a child than formula, but, here we go again. Is it the job of government to dictate it?

Evidently, Whoopi Goldberg thinks he has gone too far. Oh, she’s just fine with all the other government oversteps, but regarding baby formula, Whoopi says, “Hands Off!”

This is the way it always works. Oppression is always fine until they take away something you care about. When they finally came for me, there were none left to stand.

Mayor Bloomberg has demanded that hospitals stop handing out baby formula to persuade more new mothers to breastfeed their babies.

The New York City health department will monitor the number of formula bottles being given out and demand a medical reason for each one.

From September 3, 27 out of 40 hospitals in the city have agreed to the terms of the Latch On initiative – which will also see them stop handing out free bags of formula and bottles.

 
Ban: Mayor Bloomberg is locking up the formula at New York hospitals to encourage mothers to breastfeed their newborns

Although mothers who want to bottle feed their babies will not be denied formula, it will be kept under lock and key similar to medications.

However any mother who requests formula will be given a lecture on why breastfeeding is better by hospital staff.

‘Human breast milk is best for babies and mothers,’ said health commissioner Thomas Farley when the campaign was launched in May.

‘With this initiative the New York City health community is joining together to support mothers who choose to breastfeed.’

 
Breast is best: The Latch On program from the NY health department has seen an increase in the number of mothers breastfeeding newborns

However mother-of-two Lynn Sidnam, who formula-fed both her daughters, told the New York Post: ‘If they put pressure on me, I would get annoyed.’

Some hospitals are already operating under the policy. NYU Langone Medical Center has seen breastfeeding rates soar to 68 per cent from 39 per cent.

Medical experts support the Latch On initiative. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies should be exclusively breastfed for the first six months of their life as it lowers risk of ear, respiratory and gastrointestinal infections and developing asthma.

It is also in the health interests of the mother. There has been a link established between breastfeeding and reduced risk of ovarian and breast cancer.

Attribution: Mail Online