What the Governor will say today in Watertown was foreshadowed yesterday in Jamestown where Andrew Cuomo deivered a 35 minute speech calling for the public to become agents of change.
In essence, Mr. Cuomo says there has been no change in Albany because the public has not really demanded it.
He is right...the dialogue (at least that reported in the media) is all about restoring school aid, getting grants, saving prisons, and granting tax breaks.
Those who really want less government don't get the megaphone of the media...That goes to the school superintendents, labor bosses, politicians, heads of social agencies and media barons who have relatives working in the aforementioned occupations.
All of those special interests will be on display at JCC today carefully watching to make sure the man they voted for doesn't try to upset their apple cart.
Cuomo calls on residents to insist on changes - Politics - The Buffalo News