Joe Llhota is not good for the city.

Aug 28, 2013, 10:30 ET from Friends of Smithies New York

NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- This information is provided by Friends of Smithies New York: "Harlem swagger," they say, "doesn't come cheap."  As much as it grows on you, it is also a style that is constantly updated for the sake of continuity, life style, heritage and respect.

Our society is based on the notion of lifelong careers, and to some extent marriage.  But the reality of now is that those two pillars of stability cannot co-exist without bogging down an economy driven by unfettered choice and the pursuit of short-term gains.  Abiodun (Abbey) Laurel-Smith is talking free market and it's damaging effect on tradition and cultural habits.

Yes, free market is good for all.  But at the same time, this free market that we so much promote has helped undermine values.  The best any government can do is to step in, support family structures and small businesses the best way we can.

This is where Abiodun (Abbey) Laurel-Smith comes in as Mayor and he swears by the name of this city, he will revive small businesses again.  Bring back businesses and research bodies that left the city due to high cost of operation.  Abiodun (Abbey) Laurel-Smith will grow their confidence in whatever area of the city they decide to set up and make sure they never leave again.

For New Yorkers, Abiodun (Abbey) Laurel-Smith will prioritize tackling inflation and rent economy as one of the reasons why women work more nowadays.  It is why kids from poor homes shelve the idea of a diploma, a degree or a college education, start working at an early age to support the family. 

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Abiodun (Abbey) Laurel-Smith (Smithie for Mayor 2013)

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