Monday, January 4, 2016

Cuomo is desperate to take down de Blasio in 2017 | New York Post

       It's always interesting to read what's happening in the capital and the interesting spectacle of Governor Cuomo and his jousts, real or imagined, with Preet Bharara  or Mayor deBlasio.
        The edict on the homeless was not directed at us but at Hizzoner. Worries over the US Attorney, does the Democratic Governor really want to win the Senate ?, and those odd press releases every time it snows.
        Dicker captures it all and shows the value of having top notch political reporting.
Cuomo is desperate to take down de Blasio in 2017 | New York Post


Anonymous said...

Cuomo's personal beef with Blasio, is dragging non-profit shelters already running on shoe stringing into the center of this mess.

dajeep said...

Geez, and here I thought Mario's idiot son and Warren Wilhelm Jr. kissed and made up a while ago. They should go and get a bottle and make it two men in a room. Benito may never go back to Sara Lee after that one.

Anonymous said...

Good read, Jeff. Thanks for linking.

Watching the wheels come off. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy

Anonymous said...

Why would Benito be concerned with DeBalsio? They both will be in power for as long as they want, as this state loves dictators. Maybe a little jealousy is going on, but in the end, they both worship at the alter of more taxes, more spending, and larger more powerful government. As Forrest said, they are like peas and carrots.

Middle-Class Mike said...

Mayor if you recall when Gov. Cuomo was running for re-election, he chose to not campaign for (D) senate candidates and supported their (R) counterparts. He wanted divided gov't as a way to facilitate co-operation, the kind of co-operation that would get things done in Albany, NY. My complaint with that was he ignored the voters wishes in terms of the majority they elected to the Senate and ensured that (R) Dean Skelos could remain in power. No matter what party you support, elected officials usurping the will of the voters is something that should set off alarms with all voters. Mike Flynn 'Middle Class Mike'

Anonymous said...

Cuomo may have overstepped even his liberally allowed bounds with his new stupid law on the homeless.There are state laws already in place for people that are endangered because they are not competent,but he thinks he needs to reinvent the wheel and intrude on civil liberties.The law is not only unconstitutional but unenforceable,and this debacle is making him a laughingstock.