Bee's note: .. Why not just tar and feather Bloomberg and run him out of town?! From this WH administration's "food police" drummed up by Michele Obama, to Bloomberg's latest ideas on how to "save" Americans from themselves, I think all of us have had just about enough of government and politicians attempting to run our lives, our families, and undermining/robbing us of every single freedom under the Constitution we have enjoyed.
And, just as a footnote, Michele's food policing of our children is not about "healthier" food, prepared for them by their parents; it is another way of teaching our children that Big Government "knows best" and undermines the choices made by their own parents. Time to remove government and its silly politicians out of our homes, out of our kitchens, and send them all packing ... come on, come quickly - November!
I figure is only a matter of time before New Yorkers start getting enough of Bloomberg and they run him out of town or they start leaving themselves. The Internet means businesses Even big businesses no longer need to have a physical presence in New York City. Scattered across United States there are dozens of small cities with underused airports, access to major highways and seaports. Most of the cities have plenty of inexpensive office and warehouse space thanks to the recession.. The cost of living for employees is dramatically less
What they do not have his New York and New York City taxes, regulations and regulatory costs. More important, they don’t have Michael Bloomberg..
There was a time when it was necessary to be in close physical proximity with clients, suppliers and big banks so that if you needed to close a deal in a hurry everyone and everything was right there. Documents needed to be signed could be sent by courier signed off and returned in a couple hours. Now all of that could be done in minutes on the Internet. The Internet doesn’t care whether your office is on Wall Street or on some street in Anytown USA.