A resident of the Rockaways asks Mayor Mike:

“When are we gonna get some help?” blasted one desperate woman, who had to be held back by the mayor’s security detail as Bloomberg stood by with a deer-in-the-headlights look.

“When are we gonna get some f–king help?” she demanded.

“There’s old ladies in my building that don’t got nothing,” lashed out a man on video caught by a NY1 reporting crew.

Why, he’ll help you just after he makes sure you’ll drink your soda out of sippy cups, finds emergency rations that don’t have too much salt or trans-fats, and cures the rest of the country of its strange obsession with its Second Amendment rights. What makes you think you matter to Mayor Mike? He’s America’s Mayor. He’s not your mayor.

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  1. In 2003 he infamously said:

    “If New York City is a business, it isn’t Wal-Mart–it isn’t trying to be the lowest-priced product in the market. It’s a high-end product, maybe even a luxury product.”

    In his scheme of things the people outside of a subset of Manhattan Island have decidedly 2nd class status, as we’ve seen demonstrated in so many ways.

    1. He did brag about how the power will be back by Sunday, in downtown.

      Guess if you don’t live downtown you don’t count.

      Course, this is a man that runs things like a feudal lord, where his connected chums get all sorts of special privileges above the proles.

  2. Well, the little DICKtater isn’t homeless, cold, wet and hungry, so it really doesn’t matter to him.

  3. That’s also what you get for relying on the govt to provide for you instead of providing for yourself.

    The ‘preppers’ don’t look so crazy now, do they?

    They are sitting at home, with their generators running on fuel they stashed away, eating food they stashed away, and have guns and ammo they also stashed away to protect themselves with and were ready for the disaster you said was never going to happen.

    Meanwhile you are crying to your masters for scraps to live on.

  4. Bloomberg does not care about the poor in NYC. Aren’t they one of the largest anti-Bloomie blocks in the city? The black community, I think, has never been an ally due to constant abuse at the hands of the NYPD.

  5. Are they giving people MREs? If so, look for him to bitch about the fat and salt content.

    I so loathe this vile man.

  6. When is help gonna come? Maybe never. You better learn to help yourself pretty damn quick.

    I know you guys in Yankeeland don’t deal with hurricanes all that often, just like we don’t deal with snow too much down here. At the same time, I know that if 6 feet of snow falls on my head tomorrow, the first thing I’ve got to do is start digging. Worrying about someone else helping me can come later…

    1. Exactly.

      Way too many people have been imprisoned in the nanny state mindset, something goes wrong and instead of working to fix it or improvise something they whine that the govt isn’t doing enough to ‘help’ them.

      I feel sorry for them on so many levels…….

    1. By his standards a tiny bit. From his Forbes profile:

      Gun control is one of the many projects he personally supports with his charitable dollars: over the years, he’s given $2.8 billion of his fortune away in support of public health, the environment, the arts and education. In 2011, he donated $330 million to such groups as the Sierra Club, the Alliance for the Arts and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. His fortune comes from his financial data firm Bloomberg LLC, whose sales were up 20% in 2011 to $7.6 billion.

      He owns 88% of that company, with a net worth estimated at $25 billion. He’s the 10th richest person in the US, 20th in the global Forbes list of billionaires, and they ranked him 17th in their list of the world’s 70 most powerful people (although I suspect he’ll drop down or out of the list after Sandy). Ahead of him are the leaders of the US, Russia, the PRC, Germany, then Bill Gates, the Saudi king, the Pope, Helicopter Ben, Zuckerberg of Facebook, others in the same vein, Hillary! and then Bloomberg, who’s immediately followed by our favorite tax cheat (my, has it already been 4 years of overtly criminal government)?

      1. Yes, it’s true: what he gave is probably the interest on the interest on the interest on what Bloomberg keeps in his cash management account.

        It is unfortunate that there aren’t any angels like that for gun rights.

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