Paul, not only will it be ugly in those tunnels, but it’ll also be generally unpleasant all around. There won’t be a whole heck of a lot of Christmas cheer once a citizen hops on a bus that was made unavailable to him days earlier because someone didn’t want to pay into an already extravagant pension plan. And I doubt the workers themselves will be joyous that their strike, which earned them such ill-repute, earned them so little — to the point where the union itself, as you point out, might actually implode.
And your RINO point is strong in quite another way; this is a city that’s a liberal haven, a Democrat depository. Yet they couldn’t satisfy these workers? What does that say about liberal efficacy?
Oh, and all this talk about RINOs reminds me about another subject entirely, something G.K. Chesterton once said about rhinos, that there’s something eminently funny about a creature that existed yet looked as though it didn’t. That applies quite well to Pataki and Bloomberg.
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