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Bloomberg on the chair


Mr. Bloomberg spent the day sitting for a deposition in a civil lawsuit, the first time he has done so as mayor. The defamation case against the mayor was brought by a South Carolina gun salesman who claims the mayor spoke ill of him in the press. The deposition lasted the entire workday, and the topics ranged from Mr. Bloomberg’s views on the Second Amendment to whether he intended to run for president.

7 Responses to “Bloomberg on the chair”

  1. chris Says:

    Forget civil liability and civil lawsuits, he should be prosecuted by the US Department of Justice for violation of Federal criminal firearms laws.

  2. Rustmeister Says:


    At first I read it as “Bloomberg gets the chair.”

    There goes my weekend.

  3. Lyle Says:

    This is good. No one should be allowed to feel comfortable attacking a Constitutionally protected right. That an elected official would do it is a crime. We’ll see what comes of it.

  4. Michael Hawkins Says:

    A Civil suit is a good start, I hope the voting public will also try him!

  5. straightarrow Says:

    I’m with Chris and emotionally identify with Rust.

  6. Cactus Jack Says:

    Rustmeister Says:

    January 11th, 2008 at 3:53 pm

    At first I read it as “Bloomberg gets the chair.”

    There goes my weekend.
    Yeah, I did a double take too. I guess it’s wishful thinking…

  7. paul Says:

    Bloomberg is a joke.

    His clan of failed politicians with no political future is a wonder to behold. They all want back in, but can’t get elected in their own state. They love bloomberg, and his money.

    Christie Whitman is hated in NJ…

    “As Governor, Whitman did not fully fund the state pension system and instead floated bonds to avoid raising taxes.[7] Although Whitman’s predecessors did not take the same approach to state pensions, recent governors from both political parties have diverted billions of dollars from the New Jersey pension fund into other government purposes over the last 15 years.”

    These morons desperately want the spotlight back on them, after their abject failure to make any difference on their first run…they just need us to follow them, despite the fact that they have no policy positions, under the assumption that enough people will be so mad at the current pols, they wll look like geniuses and be welcomed with flowers.

    Ross Perot, crazy ross Perot, got 19%.
    Bloomberg won’t get 5%.

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