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RichColarco

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Dear Mayor de Blasio,

I just returned home from a visit to your fair city. I would like to compliment you on the success of your program to turn the terminal at LaGuardia Airport into a homeless shelter. I can't think of a better way to welcome weary travelers than to have every one of the scarce seats outside security occupied by a homeless person, each one sleeping on four or five seats. What better way to broadcast the charms of Fun City?

I don't understand why other, less enlightened municipalities don't follow your lead. In the past few months I have traveled to airports in Baltimore, Colorado Springs, Denver, Los Angeles, and Maui. None of these metropolises have shown the foresight to advertise their qualities of life in the way my old home town has.

I'm sure Rudy Giuliani will stand up and cheer with me.

Give my best to Sharpton and Dinkins.

Sincerely,

Richard F. Colarco

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JohnByrne71

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Dear Mr. Colarco,
Sorry for not responding sooner, but I've been busy trying to wash the blood of two police officers off my hands. I am not alone, since Al Sharpton, Barack Obama and Eric Holder are doing the same. (As you might have guessed, It Takes A Village to Murder Cops). But before I get to your LaGuardia airport complaint, I also have to caution law enforcement, the media and anyone else, that the fact that a muslim committed these murders, we must not jump to Islamophobic thoughts. Please note, that any Third World conditions that your experience at LaGuardia is really a model for what I envision for the rest of the city.  That, plus an increase in gun violence due to our progressive policy of ending "Stop&Frisk". I feel that it is a small price to pay. I think that you will be happy to know that I've been named as a possible presidential candidate for The Big Ugly in 2016. I must surely be doing something right!

Regards,
Bill
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Dear Mr. Colarco,
I am pleased to inform you that my efforts to reduce the Quality of Life in NYC is taking hold.  Please note: Homeless man brazenly relieving himself in the middle of Broadway and 83rd St. Early afternoon, I think. The people of this city will soon be experiencing things pre-Giuliani. This is what the people voted for. I received a huge vote from the Upper Westside and today they are thanking me. Community activists in all the boroughs are contacting my office asking for a grittier city. 

Please do not hesitate to contact my office for further information.

Regards,
Bill
JohnByrne71

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Dear Mr. Colarco,
"If you can urinate there, you can urinate any where.. its up to you New York, New York."  I am currently requesting the City Council to incorporate those lyrics into a "new" and more progressive NYC anthem. By the way, my less aggressive policing policies have increased the numbers of low-level drug dealers on the streets and scores of synthetic marijuana overdoses. How to distinguish between a low-level dealer and a high-level dealer is anyones guess.  But lets face it, the police have more important things to do, like shutting down streets and watch people ride their bicycles. Joyous!

Regards,

Bill


JohnByrne71

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Dear Mr. Colarco,
As you may have read, yesterday was Ahmed Mohamed Day in NYC. Yes, that talented and innocent little muslim kid from that extremely Islamophobic state of Texas. Myself and the NYC Council of Democrats wanted to stand with him and all misunderstood muslims. "Keep what you're doing kid", and will keep doing what we are doing, too. Besides, Pope Benedict received way too much attention last week.  Our side has to be heard too. I think we all can agree on that.

Peace Unto You,
Bill
JohnByrne71

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Dear Mr. Colarco,
You may have read about the recent slashing attacks which have occurred in our subways and streets. While it is much to do about nothing, I've taken a bold and progressive step in making possession of assault knives illegal. I've also asked the police to institute "Stop, Question and Tickle" procedures immediately. We are letting people know that you have as much chance to be slashed by a total stranger as to seeing a snow plow in certain areas of Queens and the Bronx. Speaking of snow removal, I am sending a delegation to Havana to learn about their speedy methods of snow removal. They excel at it.  Much on my agenda today. Headed out to Brooklyn to open this nation's first Transgender Bike Lanes. Highly progressive.

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Bill
Graehse

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Spot on, John! 

The only thing that will (temporarily) pause De Blasio's march to anarchy and lawlessness for NYC is if a transgender muslim is slashed by a homeless gay black welfare recipient who then shoots and kills the attacker in a gun-free zone inside an abortion clinic. It will take ol' Bill a while to figure that one out... just to decide which group of "oppressed minorities" was violated the most, and just how he can blame the entire incident on straight white males.

 

ClemJohnsonMC65

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Of course, now we know one of the reasons it will take him some time to respond to that is because, he has just recently told us, he operates "on CP time".

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Dear Mr. Colarco,
I am happy to report that the modernization of LGA is well underway. A slight glitch in the planning requires that passengers arriving must exit cabs on the Grand Central Parkway and walk to the terminal. We will be addressing that problem. As for the homeless and LGA, we've issued shopping carts to them and trained them as greeters. Such a Progressive idea! Speaking of homeless, my administration continues to house homeless families in motels in Astoria, Woodside, Elmhurst and Maspeth. Residents of these nabes are not happy at all! Too bad, they didn't vote for me anyway. Our plan has run into a bit of a snag in Maspeth where the residents put up fierce resistance. We will fight on. As my cancellation of Stop&Frisk, it may have resulted in an increase in shootings, but again, well worth protecting the rights of criminals. The recent murders at the West Indian Day parade should be viewed as "no biggie." Let's MoveOn.org. or #BlackLivesMatter.com.

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Bill D.
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