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Bloomberg should ban styrofoam

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It seems there are people who are criticizing Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s attempt to ban styrofoam.

Aren’t they aware that styrofoam is everywhere? Small particles are even in the fish we eat. Although I never voted for him and he granted himself another term as if he were king, I agree with Bloomberg’s stance against sugary drinks, smoking, etc.

As for the air we breathe being illegal? Much more should be done to stop companies from spewing toxic fumes into our atmosphere. I suppose these people are against solar energy and support hydrofracking.

Robert La Rosa

Whitestone

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Lou from Bayside says:
King Bloomberg who looks after everyones health surprisingly has no problem riding on parade floats with sexual deviants who engage in sexual practices that defy the laws of nature. That he voices no concern over.He is a new world order fascist control freak who really should just go away. Come out of the closet King Bloomberg! The schmucks who voted you in (3) times will still love you! They would vote you in a fourth time if they could!
March 10, 2013, 8:31 am
Alex from Whitestone says:
Styrofoam should have been banned 20 years ago when we found out how bad it is for the environment. You can put it in landfills, but it takes 500 years to break down. We don't need crap like that. It should have been banned at the federal level.
Lou, the name caller from Bayside, who continually gets off on looney tune antics, did another one of his name calling rants here but never addressed the issue of styrofoam...typical of him.
March 20, 2013, 6:49 pm

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