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Posted on 09/28/2010 6:40:09 AM PDT by Libloather
Cuomo: No Place In New York For Tea Party
September 27, 2010 11:48 PM
NEW YORK (1010 WINS/WCBS 880) Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo had strong words about his opponent Carl Paladino on Monday.
Cuomo addressed reporters after a meeting with black leaders including former city comptroller William Thompson and Rep. Charlie Rangel.
I believe his position that we should limit a womans right to chose even in the case of rape and incest, I think thats an extreme position, Cuomo said, I think the position about taking families who happen to be on welfare and bringing them to work camps is an extreme position.
Rangel described Paladinos rise as frightening and said New York was fortunate to have Cuomo.
Thompson went as far as accusing Paladino of being a racist.
Were not going to tolerate it, were going to stand up and say it and quote it for what it is, Thompson said.
Cuomo said he wants voters to know that this election is about making a choice.
There is no place in New York for Tea Party politics, Cuomo said adding that the party espoused extremist views.
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Well now. It seems we've finally hit on a RAT talking point that actually works - transparency.
I'm kinda new at this whole 'making up the rules as we go along' thing. When, exactly, is a RAT considered an "extremist"?
No place in NY for Coo-mo.
There are two-way streets in that state - yes?
Yeah? What's the Muslim view on abortion, eh?
You know that stuff only is acceptable if it benefits the narcissists
I’ve noticed that this is a very common tactic when denigrating the Tea Party. They create a strawman by stating outrageous positions and then attack it. It’s either ignorance or deception or both.
It's no secret that Andrew Cuomo would very much like to occupy the New York Governor's mansion in Albany, preferably as soon as possible, and follow in his father's footsteps.
To win a Democratic primary, Mr. Cuomo would likely lean heavily on his record for the past four years as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. But while he has been very public in claiming success at H.U.D., there is compelling evidence in New York City that New Yorkers should think twice before handing him the keys to their state.
As The New York Times recently reported, HUD fell victim to a scam that has resulted in a promising block of Harlem brownstones ending up as empty, garbage-strewn hulks, and dealt a serious blow to a rising neighborhood.
The H.U.D. program, designed to reward home ownership in poor areas, was hijacked by corrupt speculators who set up fake nonprofit organizations and ran off with H.U.D. loans-money that the taxpayers will now have to pay back. Four hundred and fifty buildings around the city are currently in disarray because of the ruse.
Federal and state prosecutors have charged 16 people. Although Mr. Cuomo has talked a great game about his revamping of H.U.D., he was not able to keep his own agency from being swindled. Instead of giving speeches, staging superficial photo ops and going to cocktail parties in Washington, D.C., he might have done better if he had stayed in his office and kept an eye on the details. Does he understand the damage his agency has done to the residents of Harlem who must live amidst the decaying buildings?
Of course, Mr. Cuomo is leaving HUD and Washington now, forced out by a new administration. And his eyes are on New York's top job. ... (Excerpt) Read more at observer.com ...
No Place In New York For Tea Party ........................... LOL, only room for welfare and parasite parties? Yup, get yer free stuff from us Dems, we’ll show you how to move up in this world. Work for a living? That’s only for the fools who pay the taxes.
I am guessing that the internal polls look bad for Anthony. This is all they got? Wow, can I color NY red now or do I have to wait?
Here is the lowdown on Cuomo and his part in the ongoing financial disasters. Even the Village Voice has a problem with him:
Not even near The Ground Zero Mosque?
Cuomo said adding that the party espoused extremist views.
I don't suppose the reporter asked him to offer an example. No. Of course not.
Is this the same Rangle who has multiple rent-controlled apartments and who forgot to pay taxes for property he owns in The Bahamas or some such place?
No place in NY for the Tea Party?
Andi, put your big girl pants on and face the music.
Well of course not....
Between the moslems, the union thugs, the mob, the gays, the millions of gimme-girls, the ubiquitous RATs, the snotbag limousine liberals, the lamestream media culture, the Blueblood "Republicans" (RINOs) etc....I can see where that might be the case.
Of course "TEA Party politics" is desperately needed.
So, are there any little red specks on the latest NY election map?
Its more like the three Shobboleths:
The Rats have been misrepresenting conservatives on these suubjects from time immemorial and it generally works in large cities with large unsophisticated populations.
Palladino has to attack Cuomo on issues and trivialize his position on those subjects. There simply isn’t enought time in a campaign to re-educate the ignorant on the right to life, the right to self defense, and the fact that being a cosnervative is not equivalent to being a racist.
The Cuomos are despicable human beings - the utter scum of the sewers and gutters of New York.
Depends on whether or not the fetus is a male moselem.
True, but the save bet is deception.
Well there you have it...he couldn't be more clear about those who have concervative values and adhere to the constitution. "No place in New York"..pretty much says anyone with those values is not welcome in their state.
If there is a place for the Tea Party in Beverly Hills, then surely thee is a place for the Tea Party in NY. LOL
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> Cuomo: No Place In New York For Tea Party
If this means that NY isn’t big enough for Cuomo and the Tea Party, then I agree, Cuomo has to go.
Oh yeah, "Prince" Andrew???
Photos of the 2010 Tax Day Rochester NY Tea Party:
There's no place in New York for monarchies, "Prince Andrew"!
What a elitist jerk!!!
For those who remember. Bob Grant used to tell the elder cuomo to listen up in Italian. Maybe Bob should say the same to the evil seed.
“Cuomo: No Place In New York For Tea Party”
With a bit of luck, Mr. Cuomo may soon find out who there’s “no place for” in New York.
Go get him, Carl!
New York is one of the more Catholic states in the nation. Catholic New Yorkers should share with one another Andrew's delusion that opposing abortion is "extremist" and vote accordingly. His bishop should publicly deny him access to the Holy Eucharist unless and until he satisfactorily repents his grave sin as publicly as he committed it.
It is also remarkable beyond adequate words when people who want to tax you to death, grab your guns, kill your babies, support the institutionalization of perversion via "gay" "marriage", double the cost of gasoline and other fuels necessary to transportation and heat and electricity, run a thoroughly incompetent gummint skewel system (PS 666), will not maintain adequate national defense because they oppose it, have little interest in prosecuting actual crimes, and practice a foreign policy of respectful slavish surrender to our nation's enemies, call ANYONE else an "extremist" for opposing those policies and others of the Demonrats and RINOs.
I am a native New Yorker. While teaching in a "technical" institute, I forfeited benefits like health insurance, in order to hold down a job to provide for my family. My students were, for the most part, welfare recipients. They would exchange food stamps in the hallways; some of them collected from two different counties. Their education? Paid for with our tax dollars. Their health coverage? Paid for with our tax dollars. I wear multi focus lenses but could not afford to replace my eyeglasses. The students? One of them wept openly in my class because she lost her 2nd pair of glasses and the state welfare system would not give her a new pair. When Christmas rolled around, I scrimped and saved pennies to buy my daughter some gifts. My students? They registered themselves with corporate giving associations. One of them was adopted by more than one company and her children received toy boxes filled to capacity.
I have great empathy for those who struggle to make a living. I have been there! It is not easy but when government steps in and hands it to you, that is not the solution. When something is "free", it has no value.
Welfare should be a temporary solution, not a lifestyle.
Why not put welfare recipients to work sweeping sidewalks, picking up garbage tossed on the streets, or cleaning the hallways and offices of the government officials who have ensured their ability to receive.