W.F.P Won’t Unendorse Term-Limits Extenders, But Thinks Bloomberg Is Less Democratic Than Chavez

Two things stand out about the Working Families Party’s announcement that they oppose changing the term-limits law, which the party

Two things stand out about the Working Families Party’s announcement that they oppose changing the term-limits law, which the party formally announced at a press conference on the City Hall steps a few minutes ago.

The first is that they will not withhold an endorsement from any City Council member who votes in favor changing the law. W.F.P. executive director Dan Cantor said, "We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it."

Second, Cantor was unable to say whether all of the group’s affiliated unions are in agreement on this issue.

But he did have this line: “Even Hugo Chavez had a referendum and abided by the results. Mayor Bloomberg should do the same.” W.F.P Won’t Unendorse Term-Limits Extenders, But Thinks Bloomberg Is Less Democratic Than Chavez