He says he will deliver us a city "safer, stronger, greener and healthier -- and better than ever." Who can argue with that? As for the details, polls indicate he'll have four years to nail those down.
California's problems are not insurmountable, but their resolution will require concerted action: new leadership, likely a new constitution, and the willingness to consider alternative revenue sources.
Generally, this spring, the Mayor has seemed prickly about many things. All of these prickles are growing, in my pseudo-psychoanalytic opinion, out of that term-limits override, engineered who knows how?
It's just wrong that Mike Bloomberg says it was too late to put a voter referendum on the ballot this November when it was the Mayor himself who stalled for nine months putting it on this November ballot.