Our previous Mayor passed a law that the residence of the New York City area were not allow to buy large drinks of soda in public places. I believe that law is unfair to the people of New York City and you should take matters to your own hands and do something about it.
I believe that as Americans, we are free to drink how much soda we want in a day and no one should ever be able to limit our rights. Reason why this was passed was to reduce the rate of obesity in America and I find that to be one of the worst excuses ever.
I don't know much about how this city is run, so shame on me, I guess. I'm in no position to be giving advice to you, but I'll do it anyway.
All I can really tell you to do is to support the people. Simple enough, right? Support everyone, and I mean everyone. Just stand up for people's rights, let them know they're accepted. We've come a long way here, but there's still so much we need to work on, especially tolerance and help for those who need it most.
What's the difference? Has anybody ever asked that before? What are you going to accomplish differently as our mayor? Your just the same as any other mayor or even president.
You promise a lot of things; anything to get a vote right? But can you really accomplish that and help this economy prosper? Or would you lie and say you tried your best? Maybe even hope that no one noticed that you didn't come through with your promise?