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A Senator Goes All Chucky on Economy

mechanic Wrote: Jul 21, 2012 11:37 AM
Left the state in 1967, never to return. The problem IMHO is that NYC and the boroughs provide the voting block to elect any liberal who makes the most promises to the liberal gimmie, gimmie people there. Kalifornia is the same way and the criminal liberal democrat party makes best use of the myrmidons inhabiting the major cities. I always felt that if every citizen voted for a conservative, a republican, whatever, the city would elect the liberal. The election map for hitlary clinton was typical, the city, the boroughs, and every major city from Buffalo to Albany to NYC gave her the victory. schumer's victory always are because of these areas and means NY will always be a den of criminals.

Even though I spend much of my time in Arizona, I still vote and pay taxes in the great state of New York. 

Therefore, my ears always perk up when New York’s U.S. Senators are mentioned.  We’ve certainly had our fair share of colorful and illustrious characters playing the roll of Mr. Smith goes to Washington. 

From Aaron Burr to Robert Kennedy and from William H. Seward to Hillary Clinton, the list is very formidable. 

However, no name stands out greater in my opinion than current senior New York State Senator Chuck Schumer. 

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