Peter A. Taylor (here), proposed more as a bumper sticker:
I read Lovecraft — and I vote.
I don’t know how to read – and I vote
admin Reply:December 1st, 2013 at 2:24 am
I’m guessing that Taylor’s actually comes after that one, which it assumes and parodies.
WE’RE DOING THE 70s AGAIN* I [Heart] NY
“With crime a less urgent issue and no sizable right or even centrist voting blocs, urban leaders can now push a set of initiatives—for example on policing—that would have been unthinkable in the New York of Rudy Giuliani or Los Angeles under Riordan. There are also likely to be fewer pushes for education reform, a critical issue for retaining the middle class, since most left-wingers, like de Blasio, largely follow the union party line.”
“Who is Aaron Clarey?”
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