Saturday, February 20, 2016

Gaffe Fires Up Cuomo Critics

    Seems the Governor misspoke and referred to salt contamination of well in Orleans as the result of nearby salt mining instead of nearby salt storage.
     An aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo said his boss misspoke, but the statement was quickly labeled a "gaffe" by the NNY media.
         http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/news03/cuomo-gaffe-links-orleans-water-contamination-to-salt-mining-video-20160220

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

He can't be expected to keep an eye on the weather on the interstate and personally close it, AND also be aware of who has wells poisoned by the state.

Anonymous said...

No one at the State level, including the thief-in-chief will ever admit to a mistake or wrongdoing. This was his way of diverting any potential perception of an admission of guilt for the contamination caused by the State.

Anonymous said...

That was kind of funny. Benito has no idea what is going on up here in NNY. He's a downstate clown who knows the only reason he remains dictator is his NYC party liners. Vote Democrat, give Benito another term as your leader.

Anonymous said...

How do you make an error like that,blaming it on a nonexistent salt mine,unless it is intentional misdirection?Sounds like Hill landing under fire at that military base that never happened,or pick your lie from her vast store of them..

Anonymous said...

What does President-elect Hilda have to do with this issue 10AM?
Ah yes, nothing...

Wah... wah... wah... More whining from the right wing-nut fringe! :D

Anonymous said...

@8:27 Hida and the govner are both liars?

The real "gaffe" is how the NNY media is ignoring the govner trying to steal more money from businessmen via paid "family leave". It's about time we started standing up to these looters before they just hand businesses over to the slackers.

Anonymous said...

So this legislation is only for male business owners 955? You obviously have no reading comprehension, nor own a business. Go (re)read the legislation before commenting any more.

Anonymous said...

Either the Governor or his advisors said the salt in the water came from 'salt mining.' This was not true and the Governor needs to correct his error instead of ignoring it! When the salt ultimately reaches the St. Lawrence River it will become an international issue like the Canadian 'poop' release.

Anonymous said...

The wah wah boy gets desperate. Just try to understand his embarrassment with duh guv.

Anonymous said...

9:15... salt is already getting to the river!
And the streams and ponds and lakes. Where do you think the runoff from this practice goes?
So far the only thing saving us is the dilution.
Sooner or later we will have salted our most precious resource to the point that it is entirely unusable. Just a matter of time.