My name is Aldain and I live in the Bronx. I believe you should vote for my choice of the next mayor of New York, Christine Quinn. Quinn is bringing a lot of well desired changed to NYC from her involvement with homelessness and being a homosexual female, which would be the first for this country and a plus for women and gay rights empowerment.
When the new mayor takes office in New York City, education is an issue that he/she and the City Council will need to address to ensure the future and vitality of our city. New York City’s education is in dire need of reform - our schools are focused on testing and they lag behind the nation’s and world’s standards. New York City is the greatest city in the world - shouldn’t we be able to say the same about our public education system?
In my opinion i think that no mayor should be going on this long running our state when especially a lot of people disagree and don't view what he views.For example i have recently herd that for the recent snow storm that has happened here in New York City it was about 5inch tall and in these circumstances the New York board of ed is supposed to close schools down but mayor bloomberg has decided to keep it open to get back at the New York board of ed for denying his command. Which was to extend school throughout summer due to the terrifying and havoc form named "Sandy".
You won the election, so society must really like you.Even though this may be true, i need to know that i can trust you. Looks can be deciding and there is more than meets the eye.So i am asking in your smallest ways to care about my opinion.And not only my opinion counts, everybody's does, so do not do things to benefit yourself to it so we can benefit.
I honestly like this essay from Daniel Massey from Crain's New York Business because it talks about all the problems that are going on inside of our economy. Occupy Wall Street is a something that’s going to remain inside of articles for the next four years.
(Messey , D. (2011) Occupy Wall Street Takes A New Direction . Crain's New York Business, [blog] 13th November, Available at: http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20111113/ECONOMY/311139975 [Accessed: 21st November 2011].)
These are my reflections after reading Chapter 5 in Their Eyes were Watching God.
Since Joe had already been so occupied with too much work as a mayor, he and Janie barely even have time to be together. Joe has been spending too much time trying to call out for assemblies and hold gatherings within their area. Because of this, his time for Janie had been lessened even more than the usual.