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Reader comment on: Bloomberg's Principles

Submitted by John Gillis (United States), Jul 6, 2011 17:19

Mr. Stoll is being quite restrained in this note. Bloomberg's defense of Walmart's right to exist in NYC would more accurately be called an abberation, rather than his being a free market advocate. As Mr. Stoll points out in detail -- Bloomberg is a complete anti-free market advocate -- and just as a broken clock is "correct" twice a day, so Bloomberg appears to be a advocate of freedom once a mayoral term, more or less -- which is to be expected in NYC politics.


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