Yeah, why bother? Quinn may not have much of a vision for the city or plans to improve the lot of the ever-expanding poor or the real middle class (not that $400,000-a-year-middle-class the Times aims at), "but neither has she made a long list of unrealistic promises," the Times says. She may be in the pocket of real estate interests, and may support Ray Kelly's scorched-earth policing policies, but what do we expect in a diminished city?
According to the NY Times, the era of getting things done that benefit all New Yorkers is over. Because it's just too hard.
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
mcbrooklyn: The Difference Between Quinn and de Blasio, and Why the New York Times Is Out of Touch
McBrooklyn weighs in on the Times endorsements: