Round up the usual suspects

Somebody sent Mayor Mike ricin letters

Mr. Slurpee?

Mr. Slurpee?

Mr. Tastee?

Mr. Tastee?

Marlboro Man?

Or The Marlboro Man?

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28 responses to “Round up the usual suspects

  1. Anon

    Add restaurant owners of possible suspects, a long list of whom were told today to take away their outside seating, or else. All New Yorkers know in the summer, people will take a place with outdoor seating before one without.

  2. TheWizard

    It’s always democrats getting the powder mail.

    They’re probably staged, like liberals finding swastikas on their doors and it turns out they did it themselves.

  3. Mickster

    None of the above it was one of your ilk that wasn’t pleased with his work with Mayors Against Illegal Guns – already on news.

  4. Mark B.

    I’d bet my eye teeth nobody sent him a damn thing. The libtards have got Joseph Goebbels running the propaganda machine, I swear. We’re gonna lose this one…

  5. weakleyhollow

    The type of payload suggests Dr. Pepper.

  6. burningmadolf

    My money is on Weiner. There must be something in his 64 point plan to save NY that falls under biological attack.

  7. Anon

    Mick won’t need to crawl over anymore. He can hitch a ride from any illegal, now able to get a valid drivers license. Vote was last night.

    After a heated debate that extended through the night, members of the Connecticut Senate approved legislation that would allow undocumented immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses, register their vehicles and get insurance.

    • Mickster

      Am I the only one who doesn’t have a problem with this. If I’m out driving I want the local nannies and landscapers to have passed a driving test and have insurance instead of the fakes they use now.

      • it legitimizes their illegality and becomes the entry portal to the buffet of benefits and voting. after that there’s no stopping – welcome to ‘murica!

        • oh, speaking of nannies

        • Mickster

          Look, the notorious IRS has already legitimized them years ago by allowing them to get an ITIN # instead of a SS# so they could pay taxes. To me this is more of a safety issue.
          I now believe the Senate in DC is already on the way to having a program that will allow many to earn their way to a Green Card and then citizenship over a few years.

      • i’ll concede your point on the tax status (though wonder how many do trade their hard cash payments for paychecks with deductions). maybe my perspective here in CA is different, but, safety-wise, i am more concerned about the octagenarian or the texting teen than i am about the landscaper headed out to his/her next job (i could toss in a few more ethnic stereotypes, but, that would be mean).

        • CR: Just back from Westport and Dragone Auction preview. Oh my. Oh my. Oh my. Did I say Oh my? I’ll pass on the Bugatti, pretty but not me. I was mesmerized by the door handles and the headlights, not to mention the workmanship of the interior.

          Libertarian: According to the catalog, there was a Citroen there, but to quote Obama, as far as my eye could see, there was no there there.

          Cobra: as a car man, you should hop up there today. Preview until 4pm.

          I was the only woman there (no surprise); most figured I must work there, not be actually interested. Funny how the male mind works….or not.

        • EOS: did you resist the siren song of the Chrysler T&C? automobiles of that era are truly works of art. today, a Pagani might be the only thing that comes close.

  8. dogwalker

    The Burger King or Ronald McDonald . . . they know their days are numbered in NYC.

  9. I gotta go with the guys who say it was staged. I’d be more inclined to believe it was an actual attack if it had succeeded.