New York Times Endorses Christine Quinn In NYC Democratic Primary

Aug 25, 2013 | Posted by: Sei | Full story: lezgetreal.com

The New York Times has endorsed Christine Quinn in the NYC Democratic Primary. If elected, she would be the city's first woman and first lesbian mayor.

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Aug 25, 2013
 
Well, if she wins, a least it will provide thousands of jobs in the construction industries and steel industries for all the major strengthening of all the bridges they will need so she can waddle over to visit the other boroughs !

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Aug 26, 2013
 
Personal attacks fail the test of logic, and remain the refuge of those with no argument on the merits.

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Aug 28, 2013
 
Latest poll shows Quinn is trailing deBlasio by 15 points. That's a LOT !

If deBlasio recieves at LEAST 40% of the vote in the primary, he is the Democratic nominee for Mayor of the City of New York.

THE WEENERMAN is trailing in single digits..... The New York Post also said that since almost nobody is coming to THE WEENERMAN'S campaign events, he hired a California company to supply "actors" at $15\hr to pretend to be supporters and undecided voters, and to ask him questions at his campaign events.

STAY FIRM, WENERMAN ! DON'T GO SOFT ON US NOW !

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Aug 30, 2013
 
Quinn is still trailing heavily to Bill deBlasio, the New York Public Advocate. The betting now is that deBlasio will win the primary and the general election for Mayor Of New York.

Bill deBlasio's was named "Warren Wilhelm" at birth and used that name until he changed it while in college to the current "Bill deBlasio". He is white, and his wife, who is black, used to describe herself as a lesbian, having publicly come out in 1970. She is considerably older than Bill deBlasio, but her date of birth, at least publicly, seems to be uncertain.

And according to The New York Post, and other newspapers I have red, THE WEENERMAN hired a California company to supply actors, at $15 an hour, to pretend to be "supporters" and "uncommitted voters" at recent WEENERMAN campaign events, as they were unable to attract any New Yorkers to attend these events.

STAY HARD, WEENERMAN !

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