Thursday, December 31, 2009

Cuomo sounding like gubernatorial candidate

"It does us no good to be one of the highest-taxed states in the nation. The notion that 'that's the way it is' is not acceptable. People are going to start voting with their feet; we are precariously close to that point."

-- New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, last week, in a speech to 250 business leaders
(from the NY Post)

10 comments:

georgetheatheist said...
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Anonymous said...

I think this guy only farts in such a way to get himself votes. Great job at HUD running Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac......into the ground.

Anonymous said...

He looks a little pale? Let's not forget the mortgage crisis and those responsible!

stinky said...

His father from middle class Queens also said the same thing to get elected as Gov. He raised taxes on the very same middle class and went on to be the biggest left wing liberal ever produced save for Pres. Obama. The very reason we are stuggling in NYS to get back industry and lower taxes years after Gov Cuomo chased or scared away buissnesses out of NYS and imposed heavy taxes. This in turn created a crime wave.

Anonymous said...

HUD

Anonymous said...

i agree good job at HUD.

IF THIS IS WHAT HE REALLY THINKS THATS GREAT BECAUSE YOU KNOW HE'LL WIN EITHER WAY.

BUT I DONT BELIEVE HIM!!!!

Anonymous said...

liberalism is an illness......cuomo sr. and jr
sheen sr and jr.
t.kennedy sr.and jr.
a.hevesi and jr.
l.o'donnell aand daughters

Liman said...

Stinky's right. Does anyone think for one second that a hack like Cuomo is serious about cutting taxes? He is completely beholden to those who continue to rape NY. BUT, he knows 2010 is the year of vengeance against Democrats... so he will run as if he's a Republican.

Let's pin him down... what is he going to do about the cost of the health care bill to NY state? Will he fight the bill now, when he can do some good?

Of course he won't.

Anonymous said...

"liberalism is an illness"

No, a genetic deformity.