New York, NY (PRWEB) November 02, 2012
Hurricane Sandy left in its wake massive damages. However, the president got an endorsement because of it as reported by nytimes.com. And with the race for presidency tight between him and Republican's Mitt Romney, it surely was a big gain commented Green Bean Buddy.
Based on the report, the endorsement was made by New York's Mayor Michael Bloomberg. It was said that during his announcement, he enumerated the steps the President Obama took the previous years to address the issue of climate change. But apart from that, the mayor also cited his other reasons for endorsement. One of which was the president's support for same-sex marriage.
The said endorsement was announced by Bloomberg on his op-ed article for Bloomberg View. Nonetheless, the report shared that in it he also criticised the president. Particularly, his criticisms were directed on the president's small effort to address the issues on illegal guns, immigration, tax reform and deficit reduction.
Below is a part of the post Sandy Gets Bloomberg to Endorse the President by Green Bean Buddy.
“Hurricane Sandy, in its wake, turned the lives of many for worse. However, somehow, it brought something good to the president, particularly, to his second bid to presidency.
Recently, Michael Bloomberg, New York City's mayor, endorsed President Obama for another term. He made the endorsement in an op-ed article for Bloomberg View. And as the report from nytimes.com related, it was the devastation of monster storm Sandy that got him to pick Obama over Romney.”
According to the news website GreenBeanBuddy.com, the surprise endorsement by Bloomberg of the president showed the big influence Hurricane Sandy made even to the presidential campaign. It commented that it was surely a big gain for the Democrat's runner given the close race between him and the Republican's candidate. Further, it said that it could even be the gain that will make him the president again.
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