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rampartc

(5,747 posts)
Mon Feb 3, 2020, 05:57 AM Feb 2020

bloomberg : 2004 republican national convention

Last edited Mon Feb 3, 2020, 08:41 AM - Edit history (1)

https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4577522/michael-bloomberg-remarks-2004-republican-national-convention-nyc

mostly "new York is back from 9/11" and local boosterism.

Bloomberg : 2016 democratic national convention



a little trump bashing and a lot of bipartisanship.

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bloomberg : 2004 republican national convention (Original Post) rampartc Feb 2020 OP
Love the way he was a cheerleader for NY. Now he can be patricia92243 Feb 2020 #1
added 2016 speech to the op rampartc Feb 2020 #2
 

patricia92243

(12,636 posts)
1. Love the way he was a cheerleader for NY. Now he can be
Mon Feb 3, 2020, 06:13 AM
Feb 2020

a cheerleader for the USA.

If you can post his speech at the Democratic Convention in the last race would be nice. He was strongly against Trump and I never could understand why they didn't use that speech in lots of advertisements.

Thanks for the nice post.

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rampartc

(5,747 posts)
2. added 2016 speech to the op
Mon Feb 3, 2020, 08:43 AM
Feb 2020

"we need a problem solver not a bomb thrower." he seems to know what we are up against.

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