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Bloomberg and Schumer Booed at Parade

Bismarck Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 6:10 PM
Those of us that live in upstate New York have been booing Schumbag for years. Too bad NY isn't two states - NYC as one and the rest of the state as the second. Our Senators don't represent the whole state as much as they do their bidding for NYC.
katepatate Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 10:08 PM
It must get frustrating have Schumer repeatedly elected. He is one of the nastiest politicians in Washington. It would sicken me if he were from my state. Indiana has a way of getting rid of our liberal, progressive politicians when they forget who they are supposed to be serving. We ousted Senator Lugar who thought he could never lose. He was leaning so far left he needed a prop to hold him up and we finally got sick of it.
Steve18 Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 6:14 PM
Nevada is the same way..most of the population is in Southern Nevada. Harry Reid country. Northern Nevada is mostly conservative, and Republican..

Yesterday was the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in the Rockaways in New York City. The area was hard hit during Hurricane Sandy and has had a hard time recovering after the storm. Mayor Bloomberg, who was featured in the parade, was booed by the Rockaway residents after his lack of leadership and help after the storm. The New York Post covered the story:

Locals didn’t spare their ire over the area’s slow recovery, hoisting signs reading, “Mr. Mayor, we need jetties” and “Listen to the Rockaways.”

“We’ve been dying down here, up to our ears in muck trying...