Bill Thompson on City Politics

Monday, April 08, 2013

Bill Thompson, candidate for New York City Mayor, in the WNYC Studios

Bill Thompson, former NYC Comptroller, 2013 Democratic candidate for Mayor, discusses the latest news from City Hall, including the paid sick leave deal and his mayoral campaign.


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Comments [3]

Sheldon from Brooklyn

Yes John, Mr Thompson seems to have a more rational and balanced approach to stop and frisk and other policies, as opposed to the pandering Liu.

Lhota should have stayed with the MTA.

Apr. 08 2013 10:44 AM

"Stop and frisk" is clearly a 4th Amendment violation. The "controversy" is an ideological one.

Apr. 08 2013 10:41 AM
john from office

Mr. Thompson sounds like a rational choice. Liu is trying to play to the "community".

I still may go for Lotha, the great white hope.

Apr. 08 2013 10:39 AM

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