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Cuomo policies are starving schools of the funds they need

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Cuomo policies are starving schools of the funds they need It appears Gov. Cuomo has started his campaign for re-election. His State of the State address itemized new programs as well as highlighting the successes of his first three years [Jan. 8 Gazette]. His current list of accomplishments is impressive. He has worked tirelessly to transform our state and show that government can confront — and solve — New York’s toughest problems. One of his ...


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wmarincic
January 14, 2014
6:56 a.m.

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ALVIN MAGID I'm not a Christie fan but he was not involved and those that were involved were fired within 24 hours. I wish your hero Obama was half the leader.

Mark E Valberg. I can share a dozen stories including one of a ten year old child that saved his life with his fathers firearm against a couple breaking into his home.

Phils2008
January 14, 2014
5:33 p.m.

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Alvin, I would not be too concerned about Christie's fate. If its possible to "get" him the main street media will get the job done. They focus like laser beams on any potential scandal involving a Republican. Since the transparent integrity driven regime called the Obama Administration has been in office they've had no scandals at all to focus on. This is like a breath of fresh air.

Phils2008
January 14, 2014
5:36 p.m.

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Hey Mark, your fear of guns and self protection aside, can you sanely say you're not safer when someone is breaking into your house if you have a gun?

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