Comments by smith
Posted on July 13 at 9:08 p.m. (Suggest removal)
If these things disqualify Spitzer then Cuomo, the gangster and pervert, should resign long before.
Posted on July 11 at 12:10 a.m. (Suggest removal)
stealing property has become a government pastime. This judge allowing that to go forward and arbitrarily declaring her a liar is contemptible and if nothing else, violates the rights of the other legitimate owners who have majority ownership. This is plain sick and the media is participating by not calling the feds out on it.
Posted on May 18 at 7:56 p.m. (Suggest removal)
UA taking a kid's money for a service then not allowing him to receive what he paid for has a name. Let's call this by its right name --UA is stealing tuition. It's theft.
Posted on April 1 at 11:59 p.m. (Suggest removal)
"Either way, the marshmallow Jesus was a clever 'ploy'...." Either Justin is being deliberately offensive when commenting on what is an analogy, or this is the quintessential state of journalism today. Ploy carries the negative connotation of deceit.
Posted on March 10 at 7:22 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Charles Harbour: You're right on. Tonko, Schumer and his pawn, Gillibrand have done nothing but lip service. As long as the public continues voting with their heads in the sand it will continue. Join those of us who are picking out good places in other states, either moving to new jobs or when retired. New York is hopelessly in the hands of the left wing loons.
Posted on March 10 at 7:08 p.m. (Suggest removal)
It's interesting to see the party that accused the republicans of campaigning on fear now has its president and his extreme left wing followers breeding fear.
Posted on March 7 at 1:49 p.m. (Suggest removal)
It might be taking money out of one pocket instead of the other, but the pockets are not equal. One pocket has your home at risk of foreclosure--and the loss of years you've invested to purchase it--if it is taxed beyond your means. The other pocket doesn't have that consequence and is likely to reflect ones ability to pay.
Posted on February 12 at 11:41 a.m. (Suggest removal)
On John O. Hornfeck: Did anyone crunch his numbers? Besides that, isn't it interesting that when sales tax goes up or assessments and taxes, when the power co. and phone co. charge a premium fee, or when NY allows the insurance co. to give stiff rate increases, there is no outcry over what the impact will be on prices and employment. But when it helps fellow human beings to hold a bit of ground against your supplier's huge increases and thus your increases--no whining heard there either--it's the end of the business world.
Posted on January 15 at 11:15 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Once again the gov. and dems. have taken the easy, ineffectual route, catering to the dim witted supporters of his left wing extremism, rather than doing the hard work of solving the problem. It shows that the perspicacity required to solve NY problems is absent.
Posted on December 29 at 4:21 p.m. (Suggest removal)
"her campaign had much harsher rhetoric when he stood in her way, with attacks including the allegation that he sold his principles when he broke party ranks and voted to legalize same-sex marriage." More left wing extremist twisting of the facts. McDonald's sellout is not an allegation, he sold his vote on Cuomo's marriage exception bill, his principles, and his constituents for a half a million dollar payout from homosexuals and everyone knows it. These facts are not harsh rhetoric and attacks, they are facts; facts, and they are the reason she ran; there was no response to "standing in her way," she wouldn't have been there if he had done the right thing.