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Friday, August 6, 2010

Activist Louis Flores further exposes Stephen Goldsmith post by Suzannah B. Troy

Today activist Louis Flores made a call to NY1 and spoke to the news reporter Michael Scotto who asked the deputy mayor a question on gay rights at the Crains' breakfast we attended.  Michael Scotto asked Goldsmith - actually read what Louis wrote below!

Louis wrote me this....and when I get his newest blog posting -- I will post it...  I have it now....
click here!

With help of two reporters Michael Scotto and Erik Engquist --- attached is the article about Stephen Goldsmith’s record on the subject of Gay Pride.

(Folks check back latter for link to Louis' website to see article plus all you need to do is watch YouTubes by Louis -- his series and one by me!)

While he was mayor of Indianapolis, Stephen Goldsmith stopped the practice of signing a ‘’proclamation declaring a gay pride day for the city.’’

Here is the video I made, which is the Deputy Mayor’s response to questions about why he ended the practice of issuing proclamations while he was mayor ofIndianapolis, and what his thoughts were on the subject of same sex marriage.  

By the time I started my hand-held camera, I missed the questions, and they are not included in the video on the above link.

These questions were posed to the Deputy Mayor by Michael Scotto, a reporter for NY1.  These video links are of a July 20, 2010 breakfast meeting, where the new Deputy Mayor of New York City gave a speech and answered questions about his vision for New York City.  Suzannah B. Troy made the conclusion that the way that the Deputy Mayor kept making non-answers, avoided his record, and would not answer what his thoughts were on gay marriage in the video on the above link meant that he was anti-gay, and as well as anti-gay marriage.

Look at his record :  while he was mayor of Indianapolis, he didn’t want to recognize or acknowledge a gay pride day.  In response to questions from NY1, the Deputy Mayor said he could not ‘’recollect’’ his anti-gay record, and he would not answer questions regarding marriage equality.

I will be updating the description of my YouTube video and my blogs, and I am sharing this information with you, in hopes that you can help me spread the word :  Mayor Bloomberg has hired a conservative Republican to run our city, layoff firefighters, and bring his Republican worldview to us.  

In 2009, when a very slim majority of New Yorkers voted for an ‘’Independent’’ to take a th3rd t3rm as mayor, did anybody expect that he would be recruiting an anti-gay deputy for his administration ?

-- Louis

NYC Gov DOT Summer Streets check it out!!! post by Suzannah B. Troy

Suzannah B. Troy is a member of Notify NYC so she gets all the news....here are joyful tidings...

Notification issued on 8/6/10 at 5:50 PM. Due to the Summer Streets program, Centre St, Lafayette St, 4th Ave, and Park Ave between the Brooklyn Bridge and East 72nd St in Manhattan will be closed to vehicular traffic from 7 AM to 1 PM for the next three Saturdays: 8/7, 8/14, and 8/21. For specific closures and additional information, visithttp://www.nyc.gov/summerstreets

Go to NYC Gov and DOT's summer streets website to learn more -- here is some info I copied from their website.  Enjoy, peace and love, Suzannah

New York Road Runners Kick-off Fun Run
Join NYRR for a 4.5-mile "fun run" on Saturday August 7 to kick off the 2010 DOT Summer Streets program. Pre-registration is required by 11:59 pm on Friday August 6 and limited to 500 people.
Register here
Join Joy Ride
Joy Ride is a a group bike ride set to music. All the world’s a stage and you are on a bike to watch it. Motion, music and mingling will transform the way you see the city. Its as easy as...well, it’s as easy as riding a bike.

Joyride is a musical group bike ride and picnic created by theatre artist, Liz Sherman with a soundtrack designed by Grammy-award nominee Duncan Bridgeman.

At it’s heart Joyride is about the freedom we feel riding a bike, the deep ways that music affects us and the power of that shared experience. Joyride takes place on August 7th, 14th, & 21st.
The ride begins each of the three Saturdays at 11:00 am at Foley Square, follows the Summer Streets route and ends with a picnic in Central Park.

Participants must ride with speakers or use only one ear bud as required by law.

Space is limited so sign up today at www.joyrideo.com.

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