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Cuomo a masterful maneuverer with Sen. Roy McDonald

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Cuomo a masterful maneuverer with Sen. Roy McDonald Re: Your Sept. 20 front-page article ["Marchione lead slips; McDonald gets boost"] on the 43rd Senate District and other articles. Gov. Cuomo has thrown his considerable political influence behind Sen. Roy McDonald who he describes as "a public servant with strong integrity." Before his first election to the state Legislature, I had the opportunity to break bread with Mr. McDonald at a "get to know the candidates" ...


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Fritzdawg
September 24, 2012
2:15 p.m.

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Vito Spinelli:
"If it had been a Republican president abandoning his post at such a critical moment, he would have been excoriated by the mainstream media. They chose to ignore it."

Oh, do you mean like when Bush went on vacation for a month, the very day after we invaded Iraq?

I didn't hear any "gotcha" questions.
Though for recent republican candidates, pretty much any question that requires an answer, is a "gotcha" question.

Not unlike when Sarah Palin was asked quite simply, "which newspapers do you read?"
She was stumped.

Romney has no answers, only vague promises.

wmarincic
September 24, 2012
6:08 p.m.

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fritzdawg it was all over the internet but not lame stream media of course CBS amd NPR on tape specifically talking about asking questions to make Romney look bad. Im sure you don't know about it because you get your news from Jay Carney and MSNBC

Fritzdawg
September 24, 2012
6:32 p.m.

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wmarincic: "Do stand by your statement" is a "gotcha" question?

wmarincic
September 24, 2012
9:55 p.m.

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That was not what the tape showed, it showed a colusion between two major American news agencies to purposely try to make a candidate look bad, the news should be neutral and report the news not shape it, do you disagree with that? Do you want American news to be the "State News" like China?

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