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If You're Gay, Or You Want To Kill Babies, You Don't Belong Here.

That’s not who WatchBloggers are.

Governor Cuomo:

"Who are they?" "Are they these extreme conservatives who are right-to-life, pro-assault-weapon, anti-gay? Is that who they are? Because if that's who they are and they're the extreme conservatives, they have no place in the state of New York, because that's not who New Yorkers are."

I guess that Statue of Liberty only pertains to people the Governor thinks should be there. "Give us your gay, your selfish, your immoral. Others need not apply".

But they're just words! ..or are they?

"Governor Cuomo's shocking words this past week aren't simply words," O'Keefe said in a statement. "Governor Cuomo and the New York Department of Labor are on a witch hunt, demanding all documents and financials since our founding. ... His goal, of course, is to harass us and limit our effectiveness by tying us up in court. Just like President Obama used the IRS to target and suppress conservatives, Governor Cuomo is using his Department of Labor to do the same exact thing."

It seems the Governor doesn't want anyone looking over his shoulder either.
"If you're curious, want to hold government responsible, want to change things for the better, You don't belong here because that's not who Democratics are!"

And then the newly elected mayor of New York City:

"I wouldn't disagree with that right, nor would Governor Cuomo. But I think he's saying that the attitudes of those who want to continue the status quo in this country on guns, or who want to challenge and deny a woman's right to choose, does not reflect the values of New Yorkers. So I think he was absolutely right to say what he said."

Only some New Yorkers, right Mayor? The rest just don't belong there! "Give us your sheep, your apathetic, your ignorant. The rest of you, keep it moving. Nothing to see here."

I never thought I would hear politicians utter such contempt for the citizens of their state. Never would I have thought a Governor of a state would expect people who disagree with him to just clear out, leave, abandon their homes, because of politics.

New York State and New York City have just proven they don't deserve the Statue of Liberty.

Posted by Weary_Willie at January 21, 2014 8:39 PM
Comments
Comment #375790

While most liberal politicians haven’t said it, what Cuomo said is how they all feel.
I challenged one of our local lib politicians a while back on his wanting to get the local airbase closed. I was escorted out of the meeting by his thugs in blue.

Posted by: RB at January 24, 2014 12:37 AM
Comment #375792

I wonder who the Governor would blame if all conservatives took him up on his offer and left him with the selfish and immoral. I wish he could get what he askes for. But then again it wouldn’t be the selfish and immoral that would pay the price. The Governor would just insist the federal government bail them out and the conservatives who left would again be footing the bill.

Posted by: Weary Willie at January 24, 2014 1:16 AM
Comment #375799
“The NAACP’s attacks on Senator Tim Scott illustrate the anger and increased intolerance of the political left. Having falsely staked the claim of ‘embracing diversity,’ we see another example of the left’s ‘tolerant hug’ excluding those who do not subscribe to their liberal agenda,”
Sarah Palin

She noted that:

“Scott was raised by a single mother, started working at age 13, faced challenges through school, and then met a mentor – a local Chick-fil-A operator – who taught him how to ‘think your way out of poverty.’”


“With that, and strong work ethic, Tim’s commonsense conservative roots took hold. Tim became a successful small businessman, Congressman and U.S. Senator,” Palin wrote. “He is an honorable man who judges people by the content of their character, not the color of their skin, and seeks the same for himself.”

So then the “tolerant”, “diverse”, NAACP leader called him a ventriloquist’s dummy.

Isn’t that what bullies do? Name calling is a weapon used by a bully! If it walks like a bully and talks like a bully, it must be a bully.

Posted by: Weary Willie at January 24, 2014 11:45 AM
Comment #375800


Sen. Tim Scott: NAACP Leader Engaging in ‘Philosophical Bigotry’

Scott said that NAACP leader William Barber was engaging in a form of “philosophical bigotry” because he knows that the group’s “baseless rhetoric” about “the same old things that have not worked so far” is becoming ineffective. Scott also emphasized,
“We’ve had a 50-year war led by the government on poverty, and it hasn’t taken people out.” He said that “we should be preaching the fact” that “free market capitalism produces greater success” than government ever can.

Oops, I stand corrected. The NAACP guy is a bigot.

Posted by: Weary Willie at January 24, 2014 12:00 PM
Comment #375804

I wonder who the Governor would blame if all conservatives took him up on his offer and left him with the selfish and immoral. I wish he could get what he askes for. But then again it wouldn’t be the selfish and immoral that would pay the price. The Governor would just insist the federal government bail them out and the conservatives who left would again be footing the bill.
Posted by: Weary Willie at January 24, 2014 1:16 AM

He’d blame the conservatives for leaving. Haven’t you figured out by now that conservatives are the blame for everything that’s wrong?
You can bet your last dollar that he’d insist the federal government bail him out of the mess he created. After all it just ain’t right that all those nasty conservatives left and now there’s no money to give the lazy.
The sad part is the government would bail him out.

Posted by: RB at January 24, 2014 2:34 PM
Comment #375805

Detroit is a good example of mismanagement by dems

Posted by: Royal Flush at January 24, 2014 2:58 PM
Comment #375914

Oh, No, Cuomo!
Look Out! Here comes another red state!

Cuomo’s ‘Jaw Dropping’ Remarks Energize NY GOP

“This is definitely going to help our candidates for governor, for Congress, for the state Senate and for the Assembly,”
national GOP strategist John McLaughlin told the Post.
“I’ve never before seen a governor anywhere in the country say to a large segment of his state’s population that they’re not wanted because of their ideology and their views.”


Writing about Cuomo’s comments in the Los Angeles Times last week, columnist Jonah Goldberg observed that the governor and liberals like him are
“staggeringly and myopically intolerant.”

“It’s an interesting — and repugnant — tautology: Extremists hold extreme views, and we can identify extreme views by the fact they are held by extremists,” he wrote.
“Opposing same-sex marriage — the mainstream Democratic position not long ago — is now anti-gay. Being in favor of gun rights is pro-assault weapon.

“Most vexing, and revealing, however, is that Cuomo doesn’t even bother to wrap opposition to abortion in scary adjectives,”
Goldberg continued.
“Simply believing in a right to life is extremist, and such extremists have no place in New York state. Given that Cuomo is the scion of one of the most famously Catholic families in America, this is a pretty remarkable statement. Will Cuomo provide buses for pro-life Catholics, or will he simply require them to self-deport?”

There’s nothing like the taste of shoe leather, is there, Mr. Cuomo?

Posted by: Weary Willie at January 28, 2014 9:50 AM
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