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I try to motivate people and align our individual incentives with organizational incentives. And then let people do their best. ---->>>

I cannot reconcile monitoring certain people for no reason other than their religion with the freedom of religion we have here in America. ---->>>

I would encourage more development in the boroughs outside of Manhattan as well. I think it's great that this natural emergence has occurred in the lower part of Midtown, but there's tremendous potential in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island as well. ---->>>

I have had the privilege of serving as city comptroller, and I lead 750 professionals in the office, have appointed eight deputy comptrollers... no one has criticized my management of these 750 professionals. ---->>>

There is a diversity of thought and philosophy, diversity of languages and dialects, diversity of political spectrum, and there's a diversity of taste for food. I don't label or characterize Jews in any way. ---->>>

I have never run campaigns based on an ethnic coalition. ---->>>

It is my hope that by reducing the tax burden on small business owners that we can help them grow their businesses and, in doing so, create jobs. ---->>>

I really think people understand that in New York City we have high taxes. ---->>>


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Name: John Liu
Nationality: American
Born: 01-08, 1967
Occupation: Politician

John Chun Liu (born January 8, 1967) is a Taiwanese American politician in New York City, who previously served as the 43rd New York City Comptroller from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2013. He was also a candidate in the 2013 New York City mayoral election. Liu had served on the New York City Council representing District 20, and was elected to the City Council in 2001 to represent northeast Queens, then was re-elected in 2003 and 2005 (wikipedia)