#rsrh QotD, Mayor Bloomberg Deserves* A Higher Dry Cleaning Bill edition.

Glenn Reynolds, on that fool Mayor Mike Bloomberg – and every fool that supports Bloomberg’s crazy crusade to regulate what people eat, drink, smoke, and generally do.

Let me be clear. These people are not well-meaning do-gooders who have just gone a bit too far. They don’t actually “mean well” at all. They don’t mean well, they mean to be in control. They are power-fetishists, drunk on the joys of bossing the little people around. They are not good people. They are evil. They should be ashamed of themselves, but shame — like taxes — is for the little people.

Damn straight.

Moe Lane

*Note the verb.  I am not saying that Mayor Bloomberg needs a higher dry cleaning bill; merely that Bloomberg having to keep bringing in his suits because people keep glitter-bombing buckets of cherry cola on him might be a somewhat apropos karmic backlash.  Far be it from me to incite acts of civil disobedience, though…


  • countrydoc says:

    The people of NYC keep voting for him. I have little pity for fools who beg for their chains.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    It’s the return of sumptuary laws, with the intention of protecting their precious sight from us fat people.

  • BJ54 says:

    “How dare you disrespect your betters!” You mean like that, Rob?

  • Spegen says:

    What is next for the nanny? What is it going to take for the people to wake up? First cigs, then trans fats, now colas.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    You forgot salt, Spegen. Best part of that is that the “salt is bad” research was overturned years ago…

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