"It's just a disgrace," says Mayor Bloomberg.
Most subways are back, but packed, along with roads and buses.
The mayor got an earful from frustrated locals this morning.
For starters, ING pulled out.
The race will not go on.
A trip to Staten Island seals the deal.
He's disappointed in Obama's first term, but he doesn't much care for the Romney of 2012 either.
Meet Lydia Callis, everyone's favorite part of the mayor's press conferences.
Like Truman and the bomb, "Any president would've pushed that button."
This should be interesting.
They should be nice to him, just in case.
And he's happy to tell you why.
Maybe not the best metaphor.
And a plan for influencing politics post-2014.
There will be a Bloomberg 2012 national campaign after all.
Manhattan Media publisher Tom Allon is the latest to switch parties to give himself a shot.
That's nice of him, even though he's rich.
He gave reporters a little lecture today.