Find out the TRUTH -

Find out the TRUTH -

Read the details of Bloomberg's folly as mayor.

In April 2005, Bloomberg signed an executive order to give full first-response authority to the NYPD (Police Department), instead of to a centralized emergency management system. Bloomberg's plans were widely criticized by terrorism and disaster experts, who say that the new, untested plans would likely cost lives.

Source: New York Times
Source: Uniformed Firefighters Association

The average rent on a city residence is the highest in recorded history.

Source: New York Daily News

Bloomberg is battling the teachers union regarding pay raises. Teachers are paid less than their suburban counterparts, and have gone over 2 1/2 years without a contract.

Source: New York Daily News

Bloomberg has no plans to provide universal healthcare. The current number of uninsured New Yorkers is more than 1.8 million.

Source: Gotham Gazette

Bloomberg's term has the highest number of homeless in New York City history.

Source: Coalition for the Homeless

Bloomberg has put very little effort towards the rebuilding of the WTC site or the memorial. Four years after 9/11, there is still nothing started at Ground Zero.

Source: Gotham Gazette

Four years ago, Bloomberg promised to get city control of the MTA. He failed in his promise to gain city control of the MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority).

Source: New York League of Conservation Voters Questionnaire

Property taxes were raised to the highest level in NYC history, soon after 9/11 and during a national recession. This led to increased costs for landlords, which led to more expensive housing.

Source: Manhattan Institute for Policy Resarch

Over $30 million in cuts to New York public libraries were proposed by Bloomberg.

Source: Library Journal

Bloomberg vetoed a bill requiring hospitals to offer emergency contraceptives to rape victims.

Source: Kaiser Network
Source: New York Daily News

Bloomberg appealed the Manhattan Supreme Court ruling that would have legalized same-sex marriage. Bloomberg's reasoning was that it would cost the city too much money.


During the Republican National Convention, Bloomberg authorized illegal mass arrests through the use of orange nets. Many of the arrested were completely innocent. Bloomberg said, "This isn't something like it's supposed to be a fair fight. We have laws." Bloomberg added, "You break the law [and] you're going to find yourself arrested. Period. End of story." Bloomberg's methods were widely criticized by the New York Civil Liberties Union.

Source: New York Daily News

Bloomberg donated $6.98 million as the largest donor to the Republican National Convention. His personal donation was larger than many corporations such as Cisco, Time Warner, Citigroup, Verizon, IBM, Merrill Lynch, and Pfizer.

Source: Baltimore Chronicle and Sentinel
Source: New York Daily News