Bloomberg to air anti-gun commercial during Super Bowel

No peace for weary Conservatives. Not even the Super Bowl apparently is exempt. Yes, the 2nd Amendment is a hoot, Mr. Bloomberg. Guns are so annoying.

In an unprecedented move, the mayor and his national coalition against illegal guns (which are most guns in NYC) plan to air a 30-second ad during the big game, which draws some of the highest TV ratings of the year and traditionally serves as a platform for memorable and very expensive commercials

Bloomberg has been frustrated by Congress’ refusal to impose stricter regulations on sales at gun shows, even to the point where he’s authorized undercover sting operations in states across the nation to demonstrate how easy it is to circumvent federal weapons regulations.

They provided a single picture from the shoot, which showed Bloomberg wearing a replica Giants tee shirt over his dress shirt with French cuffs, seated next to Menino in Patriots garb. Both were seated on a couch in front of a table with hats of their respective teams.

“It was very funny,” the mayor said of the ad, without providing further details. “You should take a look at it.”

“A New York-Boston Super Bowl is a perfect opportunity for the mayors to talk about fixing the nation’s backround check system that allow criminals and dangerous people to buy guns illegally,” said Bloomberg spokesman Marc LaVorgna.

Read more: New York Post

Is Bloomberg Supporting The Mosque Because Of Financial Interests?

Interesting information on Bloomberg. Is there no one who has the United States of America’s interests first and formost? Are we being sold for 30 pieces of Silver? Why is he so admamant about the mosque?

 “But is that the real reason he’s going all-out in supporting this issue? As Robert Spencer points out, from Jihad Watch,  Bloomberg has a strong interest in maintaining viable Middle East relations because his media empire has major holdings in the region:

…in the spring of 2009, Bloomberg opened a news bureau in Abu Dhabi, joining its existing offices not only in Dubai, but in Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia. And Bloomberg Chairman and Managing Director Peter T. Grauer announced plans to expand Dubai operations still more: “Central to our growth strategy is the doubling of staff strength in Dubai office, our 10th regional hub, from 48 to 100 people within a year…. We will be investing not just in more people but also in infrastructure to support clients in the region.”

Grauer revealed that while Bloomberg was taking a bath worldwide, business was booming in the Middle East: “Despite the difficulties faced by the financial sector in the economic turmoil, our terminal sales in the region grew by 2% in the past nine months, when globally we faced a major setback.” Khaleej Times reported that “the New York-based company has drawn up a five-year plan that will see it achieving a two-fold increase in revenue from the Middle East region by 2014.”

Imagine how quickly that revenue stream would dry up if Bloomberg sided with the people whom Rauf and other leaders of the Ground Zero mosque initiative are busy smearing as “Islamophobes” and “bigots.” When his company is doing poorly worldwide except in the Middle East, it couldn’t have been hard for Bloomberg to see on which side his bread was buttered.

It’s hard to say what stance Bloomberg would take even if he wasn’t feeling the heat from the burning Middle East desert sun, but it’s worth noting that his interests aren’t only centered around the American people.

From Townhall>

NYC Bloomberg: CAIR on his Human Rights Commision

Bloomberg’s arrogance is getting much too much. A great read by Pam Geller over at  Atlas Shrugs… worth spinning over for the full story. “A few bad apples he says?? Where is Rudy when we need him.

And this nonsense between “home grown” and international Islamic terrorism. It’s jihad. Nationality has nothing to do with this. Islam is their state. Borders are merely logistics.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg agreed the Times Square car bombing was likely “homegrown” as he proceeded, in an interview excerpt run on Monday’s CBS Evening News, to speculate it could have been placed by “somebody with a political agenda who doesn’t like the health care bill or something. It could be anything

Is it any wonder the Mayor has a stealth jihadist on his Human Rights Commission? Write him.

Mayor Bloomberg’s office has been deeply infiltrated — “human rights commissioner” — oh, the irony. The city of “if you see something, say something” has on our “human rights commission” a litigation jihadist who is representing the flying imams — people saw something and said something, and Omar with CAIR filed suit. Give ’em an NYC commission spot!

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has on his New York City Human Rights Commission the CAIR-New York President Omar Mohammedi. Mohammedi was appointed to the Commission in October of 2002.  

Terror lawyer Mohammedi represents a number of organizations that are the defendants in a 9/11 lawsuit for the murder of 3000 innocent people. One of the organizations he is the lawyer for is the World Assembly for Muslim Youth (WAMY), a Saudi-based group with offices around the globe that publishes incendiary materials against Jews and openly supports Hamas and violent jihad.

Omar Mohammedi has also serves as attorney for the Flying Imams, the six imams who were removed from a US Airways flight after passengers complained that they were acting suspiciously. Mohammedi filed a lawsuit on their behalf for unspecified damages, citing “fear, depression, mental pain and financial injury” on the part of the imams.[17] He also initially filed suit against the passengers who complained, which would have had a chilling effect on anyone reporting suspicious behavior by Muslims in airports — although that part of the suit was dropped after Republicans in Congress passed legislation to protect the passengers.

Contact the Mayor directly by writing, calling, faxing or e-mailing and let him know that Mohammedi must go.
      Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
      City Hall
      New York, NY 10007
      PHONE 311 (or 212-NEW-YORK outside NYC)
      FAX (212) 788-8123

The arrogance is overwhelming.  So much for a few bad apples

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