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Time for Assembly speaker to step down

May 23, 2013

Thank goodness Vito Lopez has left the Capitol building and is now an ex-assemblyman....

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tladks

May-23-13 12:40 PM

Friendly advice for the NY Politicians. If you can only be good at one thing, be good at lying. Because if you’re good at lying, you’re good at everything. Just don’t get caught again, it's embarrassing.

NYS Voters know you're all corrupt but we keep voting for you. What does that say about NYS voters??

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CIB108Inf

May-23-13 1:10 PM

Gov. Cuomo: 'Shame On Us' If Anthony Weiner Is Elected NY Mayor

Well Prince Andrew are you going to call for Assembly speaker to step down?

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CIB108Inf

May-23-13 1:14 PM

At his Syracuse meeting, Cuomo also reiterated he's against term limits for state legislators, saying the election process serves that function.

"It's basically democracy," Cuomo said. "Those are grownups (in the Assembly) who are picking, who pick their leader."

And now we know the reason why he keeps getting elected as Assembly speaker. He's a roll model for NY Liberal Dems every where!

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ADKGunner

May-23-13 1:54 PM

ALBANY, N.Y. -- With all the corruption in Albany, one of your representatives is instead focusing efforts on something many of you like to do, bowl.

New York State Senator Patrick Gallivan (R-59th District) New York State Assemblyman Robin Schimminger (D-140th District) are sponsoring a bill that would cover bowling shoes.

normal days work in Albany??!!

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OmarLittle

May-23-13 9:25 PM

The bowling shoes law says that bowling alleys have to post a sign at the door telling people not to wear the shoes outside, and in return people who go outside wearing bowling shoes and slip and fall can't sue them. It's sad that we need such a law in our litigious society, but it makes sense. The only people lobbying against it are the lawyers who make money off the lawsuits.

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