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More progress needed in state

January 16, 2014

Gov. Andrew Cuomo used the recent State of the State address partly as a campaign tool, including boasts about his own record. That’s nothing unexpected, howeve....

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Jan-20-14 6:46 PM

Looks like Cuomo wants to divide the united states, East and West. Not a bad idea. Thanks Andrew!

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Jan-20-14 2:15 PM

So true notgood according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo he only wants PROGRESSIVES! Progress to that end is what he is all about!

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Jan-19-14 6:16 PM

Nothing but air comes out of this guys mouth. He is about believable as Obama.

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Jan-18-14 4:46 PM

Lets see if you are far right conservative you have no right being in NY, I thought this was a democracy not a dictatorship! What ever Cuomo!

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Jan-17-14 8:54 AM

Real mandate relief will be when we sell our summer home and leave New York State for good.

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Jan-17-14 8:18 AM

What bothers me is the so-called Tax Free Business Zones or whatever the pick-the winner-bait-dujour areas are that these libs 'create'. Liberals, applying these Conservative principals, are admitting Taxes are too high and lower Taxes attract business's and create don't they apply this principal STATE AND COUNTRYWIDE??? One last thing to remember, don't be deceived, liberal 'progressivism' is the antithesis of real 'Progress'.

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Jan-16-14 7:40 PM

All Cuomo needs is a little black moustache.

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Jan-16-14 6:10 PM

I am a Republican who actually voted for this guy thinking he would bring his "law and order" ways with him. Sadly, he is ultimately just a taller version of his old man. For as much as the GOP is accused of being in the pocket of Big Business, Libs in this state can do nothing without the approval of Big Labor. Remember when he "threatened" to get rid of 9000 non-essential state workers, well he didn't and they are still there. Wouldn't the very definition of "non-essential" mean we do not need them in the first place? Just a bogus public posturing move. And lastly, no real mandate relief will ever fall upon us tax payers if it means any real losses to CSEA or the teacher's union. I hope I end up wrong, but past experience says we will always be on the short end.

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Jan-16-14 2:38 PM

I wonder what NYS would look like today under a Carl Paladino administration... no safe act for one!

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Jan-16-14 1:36 PM

Sad, but true.

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Jan-16-14 12:40 PM

Producers, young smart people, and moneyed people will continue to flee the State until its dysfunctions and priorities are reconfigured. The population will become older, the remaining producers' tax burden will become higher, and New York State could most unfortunately approach a Detroit-like situation.

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