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Comment by minute-man on November 14, 2014 at 7:59pm


    With a bare majority of Republicans now in the NY State Senate,
this gives the leadership to the Republicans. The Senate will chose the  Majority Leader in the next few days (Monday maybe).  Dean Skelos has  shared this position with Sen. Klein (D) head of the Independent  Democratic Caucus, but now would be exclusively the Majority Leader of  the NY Senate.

There are big reasons why Skelos should not be Majority Leader of
the NY Senate. One big reason is that he supported the NY SAFE Act and helped get its passage.

The second reason is his recently exposed alleged deal with Gov.
Cuomo. The deal was reported to be that Skelos would not support Rob  Astorino for Governor in exchange for Gov. Cuomo not supporting Long  Island Democrat Senate candidates. Dean Skelos did not support Rob Astorino at all and refused to do any events with him. He had been seen  with Gov. Cuomo during the campaign, however. It appears that he  encouraged other Republican Senators to not give support to Astorino, as  well. This was suspected by many before being revealed on Monday.

the Monday "New York Post" article at this link:

Assemblyman Bill Nojay said on his radio show a few days ago, that
he thinks the State Senate will be voting for their senate leader on
Monday.  Everyone should apply pressure on their Republican Senator TO NOT re-elect Skelos as Senate Majority Leader.  You can call or email (or both).  Even if it is after hours, their offices have voice mail, so you  can leave a message. These are the three State Senators in our area.

    Local NY Senate Information:

    Sen.Tom Libous    Albany Phone    518-455-2677
                    District Office  607-773-8771
                email address:

    Sen. James Seward  Albany Phone    518-455-3131
                District Office  607-432-5524
                email address:

    Sen. John Bonacic  Albany Phone    518-455-3181
                District Office  607-746-6675
                email address:

Comment by minute-man on November 14, 2014 at 7:55pm



11-10-14   The fix was in

Fred Dicker uncovers the obvious,

“Cuomo had a secret re-election ‘pact’  with Republicans“:


“The state’s most powerful Republican secretly worked for months to help Democratic Gov. Cuomo win re-election

— in exchange for Cuomo’s promise not to aid Senate Democrats in their Long Island races, a top New York GOP leader has charged.  Former state Republican Party Executive Director Michael Lawler — who managed Rob Astorino’s ill-fated gubernatorial run against Cuomo — told The Post that he learned of the alleged bombshell deal between Senate GOP leader Dean Skelos and Cuomo just days ago, after suspecting for months that it existed …”

Like he was the only one who knew this.  The only way it could have been more obvious was if both parties held a press conference on the steps of the Capital.


“… Skelos spokeswoman Kelly Cummings called Lawler’s charges “totally false,’’ insisting that “Skelos supported Astorino’’ and contending that [Ed] Mangano’s decision to back Cuomo “was his own.”  A Cuomo spokesman also dismissed any deal between his boss and Skelos as a “delusion,” adding, “It’s wrong on the facts.” …”


What else could they say?  God bless Tammany Hall.


 Such is LIFE in the CESSPOOL of Albany 'politics'. 

But SOME DAY, they will PAY, the hearths and ovens of HELL...

Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on November 14, 2014 at 7:35pm

Call Your State Senators **********
Leave a message! All messages have to be recorded in the call log!
Starting tomorrow - Friday, 11/14
Call your NYS Senator you need to say the following:
Hi, this is .............., I live in your district in..............
As you prepare to start the new legislative session, I want to remind you that over the last 20 months, thousands of us across the state have asked you to adhere to the Oath of Office and protect the Constitution. As you prepare for 2015, as a constituent, I am asking you to FIGHT to Repeal the UnSafe Act. If you have not seen the map of the November 4th election, let me tell you that the majority of the upstate area was red. I was part of the team that painted that red. Thank you, if you would like to talk about my concerns my number is..........I'll call you again in a few days to keep you informed.

Comment by minute-man on November 7, 2014 at 10:21pm

NY breaks lowest voter turnout record in governor's race

By Carl Campanile  November 6, 2014 


New York voters shattered a record in Tuesday’s elections

— but no one’s going to be bragging about it.

This record is for the lowest turnout in a New York gubernatorial election in the modern era.  Only 3.7 million people bothered to go to the polls — the fewest since the state Board of Elections began keeping precise tallies in the 1970s.That means only about one-third of the state’s 10.8 million active voters filled out ballots to re-elect Gov. Cuomo.   “That’s unbelievably low, extremely low,” said political consultant Bruce Gyory. It’s the first time the vote has dipped below 4 million, said board spokesman John Conklin.  The previous low point came in 1990, when 4.2 million people elected Mario Cuomo — the current governor’s dad — to a third term over little-known Republican Pierre Rinfret and Conservative Party rival Herb London.  Tuesday’s turnout was particularly dreadful in New York City — accounting for 27 percent of the total state share, down from 30 percent in 2010, according Gyory’s analysis.


Comment by Ron on November 7, 2014 at 9:43pm
So now the new date for the Tyrone New York post office official name change is December 19th . please share this status with all your friends it would be awesome to have so many people come support us This for my nephew Chris Scott that was kia 9/3/2011
Comment by Ken Hawkins on November 4, 2014 at 3:04pm

I voted today for change. I challenge all of our members to do the same. Continue to be part of the solution..

Comment by Torch Onepercenter on October 28, 2014 at 11:34pm

The link that I had up for some reason didn't go where it was supposed to go!?  I'll try re-posting it tomorrow.  BUT Harry Reid is at it again!!  Trying to close 3.1 million acres!

Comment by David Carsno on October 28, 2014 at 10:00pm

With elections coming keep an eye open when you cast your vote.

Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on October 20, 2014 at 5:31pm

In view of this article, please make sure YOU get out and vote, and also make sure your friends, neighbors, and relatives make it to the voting booths also!!

Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on October 17, 2014 at 11:35am

Here's something else for you all to be watching and telling others about. For some "odd" reason, on the ballot for elections this year, they combined the "Stop Common Core" and the "Libertarian" parties on the same line.  Regardless of how you vote, this is unacceptable and we need to speak out about this.  Call your local boards of election and demand they get this fixed.  I have already heard rumors that there are lawsuits in motion.


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