New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo: Pro-life people not welcome in New York

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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 11:42 AM
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First, I'd like to say, I used the Search Function with no results. So, MODS, if I've made a mistake and there's a thread already started Please feel free to delete or move.

OK, The Title speaks for it's self.
The Governor of New York Is basically saying people who disagree with his or the general New Yorker's View of things Has no Business in his State.
Say, I have to assume, that also means, that many of the religious groups of peoples like Catholic, don't they have a firm believe in Pro-Life?
He doesn't want Gun owners either, but that's natural, most liberals Politician's don't want the public Armed.
I'm sure some one will come here and tell me, I took his comments out of Context. But did I? I can read, even English.
Let's get to the article.



New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo believes that pro-life activists, along with anti-gay activists and supporters of the Second Amendment, are not welcome in his state.



"Their problem is not me and the Democrats; their problem is themselves," he said. "Who are they? Are they these extreme conservatives who are right-to-life, pro-assault-weapon, anti-gay? Is that who they are? Because if that’s who they are and they’re the extreme conservatives, they have no place in the state of New York, because that’s not who New Yorkers are."

So,,, What are you going to do? Your Governor say's your kind is not Welcome in His State!



“In the same response [during the radio interview], the governor went on to say ‘it is fine’ to be anti-gun control, and anti-choice — as he respects both positions.”

Cuomo: Pro-Life People Not Welcome in New York
I read that one person said this and it sounds correct.



I am Cuomo, I tell people what to do, how to live, and how to vote. I regulate french fries, size of drinks, how to eat, when to eat, and I want all young people to not listen to their parents and to trust me. Oh, and I hate PRO-LIFE Roman Catholics...they are no longer welcome in my state. I am in charge.

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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 11:50 AM
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Wait, Cuomo and others don't want conservatives in New York????

Ah come on. That is nothing new.

I say let them have it. That, CA, MD and MI. All Progressive meccas that have turned into crap holes.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 11:51 AM
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Gov. Cumo wants a progressive state populated with no-one but progressives.

I say give him what he wants!

(see how long THAT lasts!)



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 11:54 AM
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beezzer
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Gov. Cumo wants a progressive state populated with no-one but progressives.

I say give him what he wants!

(see how long THAT lasts!)


Well it wont last long, because they wont be breeding.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 11:56 AM
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The only high capacity content that needs banned in New York State would be the B.S. coming from it's politicians mouths.

Remember, a long long time ago....like, maybe 13-15 years ago ... when a President or a Governor saw themselves as a leader to THE WHOLE state or nation they were set to run?

How are people ever going to respect each other when those leading us, tell us regularly about how different we are and how that actually does define us, after all?

Equality is a pipe dream so long as guys like that fail to even pay lip service to it. He's in the wrong country...or maybe I am these days.




posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:06 PM
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A liberal saying he doesn't want conservatives in his state.

Say it isn't so. I am shocked.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:06 PM
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I'm embarrassed to be from NYS.

It makes me sick.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:24 PM
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Thank You One and All for your Replies, I've never visited New York, My Husband has for both work ( Government/friends )
that was over 25 years ago, he said he'd never go back, it's just to Crazy and the people are very Rude and Uppity and Way To Expensive.
He liked Up-State New York, but the Taxes there were just Crazy, it's like each home owner is supporting their own welfare family or city employee's retirement.

I heard and I'm not sure if this is true or not, that Cuomo won't left them drill in western New York State and there's known to be gas there?

Of-course there's been some backlash.


Westchester County Executive Astorino, who has also promised an announcement next month on whether he’ll run for governor, called Cuomo’s comments “just the kind of intolerance that is directly opposite to what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached.”
“New York already leads the nation in chasing away its own citizens because of extraordinary high taxes, so does Cuomo really want to bully millions more away?’’ Astorino said.
“New York’s greatness comes from accepting people of differing points of view. What Andrew Cuomo has revealed by these statements is his true self, because we see just how angry and radical his views are.’’
Cuomo walked back the comments in an open letter to the editor of the New York Post on Sunday, claiming that his words were “distorted” in a story that appeared in Saturday’s paper.

And Naturally Gov. Cuomo, had to Lie and explain his comments had been Distorted of how would you say, Taken out of Context? Really? Try watching your own Video, Gov. Cuomo.
GOP blasts Cuomo
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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:38 PM
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shaneslaughta
I'm embarrassed to be from NYS.

It makes me sick.

Don't Be, you're on ATS, We're All friends Here.
Except maybe when the games on




posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:42 PM
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Well I guess the next step is to I.D. Conservatives and Liberals?

Maybe a big "C" or "L" on drivers licenses and picture I.D. cards.

Then they could easily prevent "L"s from exiting NY.

I think the gentleman may be having side effects from medications that don't interact well.

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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:47 PM
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xuenchen

Well I guess the next step is to I.D. Conservatives and Liberals?

Maybe an big "C" or "L" on drivers licenses and picture I.D. cards.

Then they could easily prevent "L"s from exiting NY.

I think the gentleman may be having side effects from medications that don't interact well.



Yellow star? No, no, they did that already somewhere else.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:56 PM
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Awe I am not allowed in New York ?

I am all choked up, really.

Yeah I believe in the second amendment every free citizen should be::

We have laws against murder lots of them, and now they are banning things. Because for whatever reason they think they can legislate behavior.

That doesn't stop anything only punishes after the fact.

Yeah I believe a fetus has a right to grow up and have a chance at life like we all have so they can grow up and just be like Cuomo if they so wish.

Contrary to Cumo's demagogic bubble most 'conservatives' don't give a rat's behind about LGBT's.

So I can't tell a person what they can do in their bedrooms, but Cuomo, and his peers can tell me what I can have in my gun room.

Blah never wanted to go to New York anyways.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:56 PM
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I say let the airbag keep running his mouth. He thinks he's already running for President in 2016 and tha he's made it through the primaries. He shot himself in the foot with the unSAFE act and continues to add weight to the anchor that hopefully will drown him. He's the comeet stereotype of the Archetypal NYC/Long Island politician who either forgets that there's an entire state
North of Rockland county or don't care about it because of the disproportionate representation in the legislature by downstate reps. Even the liberals in upstate are armed to the teeth so he's doing himself no favors by trying to be as far left as the People he pontificates about are on the right.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 01:12 PM
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Well dang, looks like I won't be able to take that dream vacation to NY like I had been planning on. Cuomo would absolutely hate me. I truly hope that the idiot does not think he's hurting anyone's feelings with his remarks.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 01:20 PM
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Doesn't this guy sound a lot like the Nazi's did? I say New York needs flooded with people from where Duck Dynasty, and many other conservative places, are from. Lets just start sending transplants there by the bus load. These people like Cuomo are sounding more and more like lunatics every day.

I wanted to add thi too:

I am a legal US citizen taxpayer, and I will come to New York any time that I damn well please, and if you, Mr. Cuomo Zionist, and any of your uppity, out-of-touch friend's don't like it, then well........I guess you are SOL.
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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 06:58 PM
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guohua
I read that one person said this and it sounds correct.



I am Cuomo, I tell people what to do, how to live, and how to vote. I regulate french fries, size of drinks, how to eat, when to eat, and I want all young people to not listen to their parents and to trust me. Oh, and I hate PRO-LIFE Roman Catholics...they are no longer welcome in my state. I am in charge.

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Not to split hairs but this is not a very accurate depiction. New York State and NYC are not the same thing. There's several million more of us that live outside of Long Island and the NYC metropolitan area. Even when I was in the army nobody seemed aware that there was an entire state north of Rockland county. While Cuomo is responsible for the safe act he had nothing to do with limiting soda size or food portions. That was all Mayor Bloomberg. It reminds me of playing telephone in 3rd grade where the original message has been bastardized through repetitive retelling. Not trying to nitpick. I Just think the proper facts are important and this idiot of a governor has plenty of legit issues to latch onto.



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 09:45 AM
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Planned Parenthood continually touts that they gave Martin Luther King their first Margaret Sanger Award in 1966. What they fail to tell the public is that abortion wasn’t legal in ’66. Dr. King wrongly believed birth control would reduce poverty. He also wrongly believed Planned Parenthood was interested in elevating poorer blacks. Their abortion numbers tell a completely different story.

According to the NY State Department of Health, for every 1,000 black babies born alive, 1,223 are aborted. No other racial/ethnic demographic aborts more of their children than are born alive. Yet groups like the NAACP have endorsed this radical bill that will clearly disproportionately impact the black community.
The TooManyAborted.com New York campaign will continue to educate the public about this civil rights issue throughout Black History Month.


www.toomanyaborted.com...


In 2010, for Black History Month, The Radiance Foundation created TooManyAborted.com, an abortion awareness campaign that illuminates the disproportionate impact of abortion in the black community. The initiative exposes Planned Parenthood's history of eugenic racism and unaltered present. Today, more than 40% of black pregnancies end in abortion nationwide. And in states like NY, more black babies are aborted than are born alive!



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 09:57 AM
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I know what me and my family are gonna do about it. We are leaving this crap hole of a state and not coming back, not even to visit family. NYS has maybe 2 or 3 months left of very little tax income coming from me, even that will be little as I will continue to shop at the Native reservation and online for anything I need till the move. For me it's been a long time coming, last years latest gun grab sealed the deal though..... I hope NYS burns to the ground and blows away in the wind. I have never been so ashamed of where I am from, most folks upon death return home for the long sleep. Not this cowboy.



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 12:26 PM
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You're not the only person leaving NYC from what I'm reading.
I don't listen to S. Hannity.
But, he must be worth some money, and he's selling his place and looking at Florida.


“Now I want to tell you something – I was born and raised in New York,” Hannity said. “I want you to know that and I can’t wait to get out of here. I really can’t. I don’t want to pay their 10-percent state tax anymore. I live in the second-highest property taxed county in the entire country in Nassau County. I can’t wait to sell my house to somebody who wants it. I can’t wait to pay no state income tax down in Florida or Texas. I haven’t decided yet, but I’m leaning Florida because I like the water and I like to fish.”


“Gov. Cuomo, I’m going to leave and I’m taking all of my money with me – every single solitary penny,” he added. “And by the way governor, because I work here – there’s a whole bunch of people that work for me and benefit because I do two shows. And I guess maybe some of them will be out of work, governor. I’m sure you’ll take care of them.”



He will be following in the footsteps of conservative radio talkers Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck, who had also fled the Empire State for Florida and Texas, respectively.

Sean Hannity to Leave New York

This article below is from 2013 and Bloomberg was still Mayor, So, Please don't come back here and post telling me, I don't know who's Mayor of NY or the Difference. But, there isn't much of a Change between Mayor's is there? They both sound like their NUTS. Your new Mayor wants to increase the Taxes on the Rich because their not paying enough now.
It doesn't matter, you all wanted want you have and you have it. New York Ranks Dead Last On Overall Freedom!


In our new edition of the biannual book “Freedom in the 50 States,” we look at the laws of every state in the country to determine which places make it easiest to live and work.
We find that New York ranks dead last on overall freedom.
For one, Mayor Bloomberg famously made New York City the laughingstock of the country by devoting his valuable political capital to that most pressing priority, preventing people from buying sweetened beverages larger than 16 ounces.
Though a judge struck the regulation down on the eve of its enactment earlier this month, the fact that Bloomberg even proposed it says a lot about New York politicians’ beliefs about the role of government in people’s lives.
Not surprisingly, politicians who think their job is to stop you from drinking Big Gulps aren’t particularly sympathetic to your desire to keep your money.
New Yorkers face the highest state and local tax burdens in the country, at 14% of income. Add in federal, Social Security and Medicare taxes, and lower-middle-class workers can end up sending close to 35% of their paychecks to the government.

New York's Future Flees
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posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 12:58 PM
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A lot of people are leaving because of taxes.

If my wife could stand the humidity and mosquito in Florida, I'd move Tomorrow!
I could and would Never, Ever live in New York, That's Just Crazy!



"We aren't threatening anyone's success," he said. "We are asking those who've done very well to insure that every child has the same opportunity to do just as well as they have. That's how we all rise together!"

That's how our new mayor, Bill de Blasio, put it last night in his victory speech. But "all rising together" is a complicated thing, especially if it means exacting an increased tax on the very wealthy.

It was a linchpin of de Blasio's progressive agenda: The new tax amounts to a half a percent, an amount that might scarcely be noticed among the very rich (with the proviso that many of the very rich notice every penny; that's how they got that way). It would be imposed on city residents who make more than $500,000 a year; the cash would be funneled directly to funding a universal pre-Kindergarten program. It would require a highly unlikely approval from Albany, though de Blasio's huge win might make it a bit embarrassing for Cuomo to frustrate him.

His opponent, and many others, said the new tax would deplete the city's overall tax base as the superrich fled for the hills.



“There are plenty of highly accomplished and talented people in the arts and business in New York who’ve done well, and to go after these individuals, creates a division. It’s class warfare, and it’s unproductive. He should tax banks, corporations, developers to make this city more affordable for all the talented young people now making $30,000 a year here.”

Steve Forbes, who ran for president in 1996 and 2000 in Republican primaries on a flat-tax platform, told me during a telephone interview last week, “Mr. de Blasio should not be picking pockets. He should not raise any taxes. Taxes are a burden that hurts the city’s economy. Wall Street is not going to be the money fountain that it has been in the past. If he really wants to help New York City, he should create an environment where new entities rise up.

“As the late [Citicorp chair] Walter Wriston put it so well, ‘Capital goes where it is welcome, and stays where it is well-treated.”



But I think [tax hikes are] a terrible idea and I think it will drive individuals out, and corporations eventually. They will go to Connecticut and New Jersey and Pennsylvania. It will hurt business over the long run, and that hurts our homeless people. If business is good, tax revenues will increase, and that will support things like job training and affordable housing.”

Tax hikes targeting the wealthy have caused famous flights before. When France’s current Socialist president Francois Hollande proposed a 75 percent tax of citizens earning over 1 million euros a year, the country’s biggest movie star, Gerard Depardieu, simply moved one mile over the border into Belgium. In the 1970s, when the tax rate in the U.K. was raised to 90 percent for some individuals, members of the Rolling Stones fled to France and then to America. We were only too happy to welcome the huddled masses of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ron Wood. Presumably they’ve paid taxes here at a lower rate, and we did get “Exile on Main Street,” dedicated to their tax exodus, out of it.

For some Rich New Yorkers, tax hike is Insult

It is a true, people do flee tyrants and unjust over-lords that come in and take what is not theirs to take. You worked or saved these monies for you and your family. Now all your hard work, your hard earned money needs to be taxed one more time to pay for some one else kid to be baby sited.
Maybe, I'm just ranting here, sorry.





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