Cuomo: not a governor of all the people
Who is this governor who thinks millions of people with views different than his don’t belong in New York state?
Who is this governor who thinks his social views are without question?
As he said in his radio address: Who are these people who stand against abortion, who stand against gay rights, who stand for the right to bear arms, who don’t belong in New York state?
I believe this governor spoke directly from his heart. He totally meant what he said. This governor has absolutely no right whatsoever to speak in these terms. A governor represents all who reside within this state. A governor is the caretaker of New York state’s business — he is not a social or cultural adviser or dictator. In fact, why is the governor speaking about social issues at all?
It is not a woman’s right to take a life whenever she sees fit — abortion has become birth control for millions who don’t understand the privilege of intercourse.
The act of intercourse produces a human. That is its purpose. Have we forgotten that basic fact? Intercourse or sexual relations has become sex, sex has become everyday pleasure without limits. It is like an obese, self-destructive person who is eating himself to death. Sex has limits, such as AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, death, divorce, murder or abortion.
Mr. Governor, you are a promoter of abortion, abortion is a violation against human dignity, abortion takes a human life. Not a dog or a cat or even a bird — it takes the life of a helpless, speechless human baby. The question I must ask, how do you sleep at night?
Nothing seems to be making sense anymore. This is because we are being led by misguided leaders such as you, Mr. Governor. We have fallen victim to the wisdom of atheists; atheists’ wisdom is not the truth. Atheists are justifiers of lies. Lies will never make sense. Atheists are not the creators of mankind, so their wisdom is foolishness.
Mr. Governor, you are a promoter of sin, you promote abortion and you promote gay lifestyles. We are all sinners, but you are a promoter of sin.
Mr. Governor, social and cultural issues must be worked out among the church or the communities or individuals themselves; you cannot make something a cultural norm or be culturally normal by enforcing a law to do so.
Mr. Governor, take care of the state’s business and keep social and cultural issues to yourself.