Bloomberg: No 2012 Talk with Obama

Tuesday, August 31, 2010 - 05:27 PM

Over golf, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he and Obama spoke about politics. Sort of. Bloomberg told reporters today:

We did not talk about 2012 or anybody that would run. And certainly not about me. I have twelve hundred and eighteen days left to go in this job and I plan to serve them all out.


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He said he would not run for a third term and had a count down clock to show how many days he had left in his second term.He loves all the attention, and boy will he be getting a lot of it in his third term, but not the kind he would like from Haggertygate to the mosque "the gods" will drive him "MAD" and then the third term "JINX" will destroy him.Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. MachiavelliVJ Machiavelli www.vjmachiavelli.blogspot.comNo More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel, Engel"After Four Years of Scandals it is time for the Lazio Team"

Sep. 01 2010 09:14 AM

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