Mayor Bloomber For President??

Feb 27, 2019 by

Very soon former Mayor Bloomberg will announce his decision whether to run for President of the United States. He has already said that his record as leader of New York City is a reliable indicator of what he would  seek to achieve on a national level.
He declares that his actions testify that he is a man of his word and he has no regrets about that. “What you see id what you get”, he pledged.  Now that he has departed City Hall, we are minded of what we saw and what we got.
When he left office, just about every single public employee union was without a labor contract.
Mr. Bloomberg  would not bargain in good faith because he was opposed to collective bargaining  and he would merely go through the motions. What are the odds of dozens of labor union contract all having lapsed and few being actively negotiated? 
Mr. Bloomberg  is a man of grand designs and has expressed pride in his stewardship as New York City’s mayor. He boasts that his legacy speaks for itself and he is consistent. That being granted, does that mean that if he wins the Oval Office, every public employee union in all 50 states, coast to coast, will be without the protection of a union contract?

Ron Isaac

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