As state legislators prepare to face the worsening financial situation in Albany, Mayor Bloomberg warned that budget cuts from could make life particularly miserable for New York City residents. "We're just going to have to suffer," he said on his WOR radio show. Following his warning yesterday that the state might cut even funding for the MTA as it attempts to plug a budget deficit of about $10 billion before the April 1 deadline, the Mayor warned that that cuts could be widespread, according to the Post. He also shared these less-than-encouraging words: "If they start taking it out on us, and disproportionately on us versus the rest of the state ... then we're in big trouble."