ASSHOLE POLITICIANS LIKE DE BLASIO SHOULD TAKE THE SUBWAY & LIVE THE WAY THE REST OF US DO ON A DAILY BASIS, MAYBE THINGS WOULD NOT BE SO FUCKING SHITTY IN THIS CITY

Here is the fucking problem with politicians beside the fact that most are complete assholes, they are so completely out of touch with the average constituent they represent and what the average constituents deal with on a daily basis in this shitty city. Most have no idea what the community they represent actually looks like (especially the bad parts). You think the subway would be such a third world country mess if de Blasio rode it all the time as well as other elected officials. Think they would appreciate the constant daily breakdowns, the filth and garbage, the constant homeless on the cars and platforms, the hood rats doing pole dancing during rush hours, the panhandlers and all the other bullshit that goes on while riding this decrepit subway.

I mean do you think Leroy Comrie ever walks around Jamaica or walks on Jamaica Avenue, Hillside Avenue, Merrick Blvd or take a stroll in the crappy South Jamaica area, hell even if he used a damn scooter to haul his fat ass around.  Does Councilman I. Daneek Miller ever walk on 93rd Ave east of 170th Street where hundreds of people live in apartments and houses, which are right behind the poisonous waste transfer station, Royal Waste, that these elected hacks let move in over a decade ago, where they can get a strong whiff of the horrible odor that emits from this place 24/7, not to mention the amount of poison that is being placed in that area. I did and I can tell you first hand it is FUCKING AWFUL, I don’t know how people live there (I guess they get used to it). Has any Jamaica elected official past or present that represents that area EVER walk in that neighborhood to smell that shit, not too mention on the noise from the waste trucks.

AND that is the fucking problem with these political hacks like deBlasio, Comrie, Miller, Wills, Meeks, Katz and the other mostly asshole elected officials, they completely live in their safe little bubble and do not have to deal with a fucked up subway system, poisonous waste transfer stations near them, homeless shelters on their block, garbage and filth all round them, illegal conversions on their blocks, Indian temples on their blocks banging on drums all times of the day during wedding ceremonies and all the other fucking shit that we the tax payers have to do with every single fucking day living here.

Maybe if all these FUCKS walked in our shoes, things would not be as bad as they are. They all talk they understand our plight, our issues, but these fucking don’t because they do not walk the talk, they only talk BULLSHIT while looking down on us, TONS OF BULLSHIT.

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FUCK YOU CLOWNS.

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From The Daily News:

Daily News reporter shows Mayor de Blasio his commute on the Second Ave. subway wouldn’t be so bad

deblasio-subwayDaily News reporter Molly Crane-Newman rides the subway route Mayor DeBlasio would take IF he took the subway to work.

(Debbie Egan-Chin/New York Daily News)

Mayor de Blasio says it’s not convenient for him to take the subway to the gym or to work — but he should give it a try. It’s not a bad ride.

While the new Second Ave. subway is making the morning commute smoother for thousands of New Yorkers, de Blasio this week turned up his nose at the idea he’d take the train to his work and workouts. He said he’d stick with his taxpayer-funded NYPD SUV to get around.

“Someone at the Second Ave. subway opening was asking me if I would take that subway line to work, and I did not have an opportunity to tell that individual to think about the route to Brooklyn, then to City Hall,” de Blasio told reporters Monday at an unrelated press conference.

As a carless, full-time general assignment reporter for the Daily News, I spend a lot of my time on the subway — and know the route is a simple and pretty quick one.

deblasio-subway2Crane-Newman started her journey at Gracie Mansion on the Upper East Side.

(Debbie Egan-Chin/New York Daily News)

After hearing his remarks, I decided to test the trek from Gracie Mansion on E. 88th St. near East End Ave., in Manhattan, to the Prospect Park Y, in Brooklyn, and then on to City Hall to see just how convenient and quick it is.

The walk from the gates of Gracie Mansion to the Second Ave.-86th St. station — just a hop, skip, and a jump over First Ave. — took 11 minutes.

After an eight-minute wait for my train that I used to peruse Chuck Close’s mosaic portraits, which embellish the walls of the new station, I hopped on a downtown Q to Lexington Ave.-63rd St., where I transferred to a Coney Island-bound F train.

deblasio-subway3Crane-Newman heads down the steps of the 86th Street Q station on her way to Brooklyn.

(Debbie Egan-Chin/New York Daily News)

I used my 36-minute commute to Brooklyn to read Commissioner James O’Neill’s op-ed cover story for the Daily News, and catch up on work emails — with Wi-Fi now successfully installed in 278 stations throughout the city, I had no excuse.

When I arrived at the Seventh Ave. station in Park Slope, I strolled a block and a half to the mayor’s gym, which took six minutes, and walked into the Prospect Park Y exactly an hour after I had left Hizzoner’s Upper East Side digs.

After hitting the Y, I made my way to the R train on Fourth Ave. near Ninth St., where I waited 10 minutes for a train to City Hall.

deblasio-subway4Mayor de Blasio prefers his taxpayer-funded, plush SUV to the subway.

(Todd Maisel/New York Daily News)

The 20-minute trip into lower Manhattan would be just enough time for the mayor to finish the paper, guzzle a coffee from his favorite cafe, Colson Patisserie, and get focused on the day ahead.

It might not be a plush trip in a swanky SUV, but it’s not a bad way to get around, Mr. Mayor. You should try it some time.

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