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Time to turn tables, Ed Cox advises Schenecady GOP

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State Republican Committee Chairman Ed Cox didn’t sugarcoat the damage his party suffered during the 2012 election. He acknowledged losses at both the federal and state levels made it a year of “bad news” for the GOP. But he also sees the pendulum swinging back. He sees tax increases at the state level and a per capita debt that is unequaled. He sees an ambitious Democratic governor who borrowed the Republican mantra of fiscal conservatism ...


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cmeyers
February 14, 2013
11:18 a.m.

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Obama yes! Cuomo yes! No to these relics!! Shame on Buhrmaster- did he participate in the gun nut ovation?

grant18
February 14, 2013
3:37 p.m.

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What a superb tribute it is to the Republican party to make their greatest star of the last election a woman who's "claim to fame" is that she beat a long-time incumbent Republican. If that's the most important GOP winner you can find to congratulate, Mr. Cox, it sounds like you believe Tea Party politics will succeed in New York. Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!

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