Monday, August 06, 2007

Bloomberg freedom of the press subway ride.

Mayor Bloomberg takes the subway periodically, about once a month according to his staff, so that he can be with the people. Unfortunately he picked the day when and reporters were outside City Hall. The ride lasted about 15 minutes and Luke, Tom, Nate and several other concerned citizens used every minute to bring up questions from parking tickets to 9/11.



Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

All I have to say is:


You illustrate an important tactical principle in peaceful confrontation---ALWAYS be polite, but firm. To see folks of your young age accomplishing that is amazing.


3:45 AM  
Blogger Jeremy said...

WeAreChange that was inspiring.

Maybe you can video the officers and firefighters in the hospital and then video the document Bloomberg vetoed.

That police officer turned out to be a nice reasonable guy. I'm sure more are like that, NYPD, Firefighters, CIA, FBI, Homeland Security, Military, US Marshal.

We need to educate this section of the pyramid and get them on our side. The nwo is only the top section of the pyramid.

If it wasn't for this blog I would of never heard of the no camera law in NYC.

7:23 AM  
Blogger dskap said...

I love it! What a great job these young men are doing FOR US! They have the courage to say and do that which we also need to take part in. We ALL need to spread this type of truth video around and before long, it will be unstoppable. The truth is finally getting out and we need to stick together and not back down.
The "Bullies" have been on the block too long and they must be stopped.
Our very freedoms depend upon the actions that YOU and I take NOW!
Be polite, be truthful, vigilant, and be victorious!

3:26 PM  

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