Plenty of Money — In Wrong Hands

Bill De Blasio is the “Democratic” Mayor of New York.  Appearing on a television show in the last 24-48 hours, Mayor De Blasio said:

There is plenty of money in the United States of America. There’s plenty of money in LA. There’s plenty of money on New York City. It’s just in the wrong hands.

It’s just in the wrong hands.

And the role of the state, his state, is to take money from the wrong people, by force, and give it the right people.  And who are the right and wrong people?

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24 Responses to Plenty of Money — In Wrong Hands

  1. NB

    I’m one of the right people.
    Happy to provide my Swiss bank account number on request.

  2. Adelagado

    Yes it’s in the wrong hands….. the Government’s.

  3. Dr Fred Lenin

    De blastio is correct Trump has more money than de bladtio and the clintons and obummer. Its not fairness is it .

  4. max

    De Blasio; He is demagogue, ambitious and wicked power seeker who ponder to people Envy, greed, jealousy, covetousness to achieve his self interest

  5. Fang

    Ok! Lets take 95% of Mr Bill De Blasio’s money and give it to DT? As hes President atm, and he can give it to the people, he thinks needs it!
    How do these people actually think like this????? I can not comprehend how these people think like this!
    They need to spend a month with Dirty Jobs guy, Mike Rowe to get a reality check on how f-ing good their life is because of these people!

  6. Ever the Leftist way, multiply wealth by dividing it.

  7. DaveR

    A frightening concept.
    Its like Chris Bowdown saying the excess franking credits are the “governments money”.

  8. MPH

    Sounds like the Dems immigration policy…

    There are plenty of people in the United States of America. There’s plenty of people in LA. There’s plenty of people on New York City. It’s just the wrong people.

  9. Pedro the Ignorant

    Eight million people live in New York, say 30% are voters (discounting the dead, illegal immigrants and bussed in non-residents).

    Hard to credit that so many are stupid enough to vote quasi Communists into power.

    Senator Joe McCarthy hit the nail on the head all those years ago.

  10. Up The Workers!

    Well given that De Blasio’s Party once fought a Civil War to keep all black Americans in abject poverty and in slavery, and then vicariously murdered President Abraham Lincoln just 6 days after he won that war, you can bet your ‘Jatz Crackers’ that he doesn’t think that people with a skin colour he doesn’t like, are amongst those “right people” – regardless of whatever he might gillard to the contrary, for the edification of the Left’s presstitutes.

  11. One ScoMo doesn’t make a Spring

    Yes the money is in the wrong hands. It should go to Venezuela. They now how to manage wealth.

  12. Say what you will about venezuela but they don’t have an nbn. Imagine how great an economy they would have if they had ftth nbn.

  13. Mark M

    The Hillary/Obama/Davos 97% elites.
    They always know what’s better for other people.

  14. Tombell

    Mayor Bill de Blasio and first lady Chirlane McCray only paid $7,098 in property taxes for their two homes in Brooklyn last year, according to a copy of their joint returns released by City Hall on Tuesday.

    The properties were worth more than $3.2 million combined last tax year, according to city assessment records. The tentative worth this tax year is nearly $3.7 million combined.

    What do you expect from this leftard sleazebag? ( is that a tautology?)

  15. A Lurker

    Looks like De Blasio came out of the closet two years ago, and revealed himself to be a fully fledged totalitarian Commy.

    “It got worse from there. In comments to interviewer Chris Smith, the mayor dropped his re-election smiley face to reveal his inner dictator, one who would banish individual rights and constitutional safeguards — all in the name of fairness, as he defines it.

    “Our legal system is structured to favor private property,” he said, insisting that “people would like to have the city government be able to determine which building goes where, how high it will be, who gets to live in it, what the rent will be.”

    For good measure, he added: “If I had my druthers, the city government would determine every single plot of land, how development would proceed. And there would be very stringent requirements around income levels and rents. That’s a world I’d love to see.”

  16. John A

    Slightly OT but from the Oz headlines and reflecting the same mental(ity) disorder:

    We’re not for turning on policy: Shorten

    Bill Shorten invokes Margaret Thatcher’s famous line in defending his franking credits crackdown, saying Australians don’t want “political putty”.

    He may be half-right but he’s all-left and so very wrong.

    Mr Opposition Leader, we don’t want political and economic stupidity either. We have seen far too much of that already.

  17. One ScoMo doesn’t make a Spring

    Say what you will about venezuela but they don’t have an nbn. Imagine how great an economy they would have if they had … renewable energy policy or NEG

  18. Dr Fred Lenin

    Name me a former left wing ex politican who is living in poverty? None? Right name one who is living on the equivelant of average weekly earnings ? None? Well how many get the old age pension ? None? What do these people live on ? Fighting to keep the productive workers in their place in society seems to be quite rewarding , funny that .

  19. Dr Fred Lenin

    One scomo ,they didnt have a rudd either ,even those dickheads would draw the line there ,and as for giliard and turnbull ? Australia has a talent for pocking capable leaders dont we ?

  20. Russell

    Virtue signalling is the lowest form of twit.

  21. Herodotus

    Plenty of money? Aren’t they as a nation running a huge debt – way bigger than ours, which looks bad enough?

  22. Iampeter

    And the role of the state, his state, is to take money from the wrong people, by force, and give it the right people. And who are the right and wrong people?

    I don’t know Spartacus, that’s why I was reading your post.
    Do YOU know?
    Were you going to tell us?
    Did you think this was a rhetorical question?

  23. Mother Lode

    “It’s not fair!” is the way children whine when they are unable to show why they should have their way.

    Not just children, it would seem.

  24. Tel

    By all means abandon the concept of fairness and then stop whining when the unions stand over your capital and the ALP steals your retirement.

    You didn’t want fairness so that outcome can easily be arranged.

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