Saturday, 16 January 2016

They can dish it out, but cannot "take it" - Remember the comfortable words of Governor Andrew Cuomo.....


   Why would Ted Cruz speak the truth before the arrogant?   Why would he say mean things about a place that would fine someone 125,000 USD for making a negative comment about Bruce Jenner?  Is National Socialism now so weak that it must widen and deepen its treachery?    If New York City is such a fine place then why do the police have to turn their backs on the Mayor, who is a marxist dolt, when that mayor make an appearance among the police.   The mayor was elected by generally low intelligence, low information people who want something for nothing.  It is what New York City wants and needs.   And we are blamed for not really being too warm to such "New York Values". 

     You of New York are entitled to your opinion about us because of some sense of supposed, albeit unwarranted, superiority.   The fact is our fire departments would have done the same, but better, job than yours did at the Twin Towers.  We respect what was done, and we lament that massive losses. But what was done by the people would have been done the same or better here in the backwards South and in the Republic of Texas.  Do Not Doubt It.

The Wisdom  of Governor Cuomo

Gov. Cuomo has a message for conservative Republicans — "You don’t belong in New York."

Cuomo said Friday that members of the GOP with “extreme” views are creating an identity crisis for their party and represent a bigger worry than Democrats such as himself.

“Their problem isn’t me and the Democrats; their problem is themselves,” the governor said on Albany’s The Capitol Pressroom radio show.
Who are they? Right to life, pro-assault weapons, anti-gay — if that’s who they are, they have no place in the state of New York because that’s not who New Yorkers are.”
He added that moderate Republicans, such as those in the state Senate, “have a place in their state.”
Cuomo hammered Republican activists whose views he said were out of step with the majority of New Yorkers and said the party has to back moderates to have any hope of winning seats in this fall’s elections.
(El Gringo Viejo inserts here, for the sake of the Governor's edification that his party of distortion, galloping socialism, demagoguery, illogic, and Spend, spend; elect, elect; and tax, a hollow, devious cabal of parasites who delight in putting other peoples' money where their mouths are.   The by-elections in November of 2014 were a disaster for the Democrats, and desire by the Governor to have only "moderate Republicans" is because the governor despises people who believe in the truth, and who want common law, natural law, and constitutional government.)
“You have a schism within the Republican Party,” Cuomo observed. “They’re searching to define their soul. That’s what’s going on . . . It’s a mirror of what’s going on in Washington.”
On another front, Cu
omo declined to give his unqualified support to State Education Commissioner John King, citing concerns over the controversial Common Core curriculum.
“I don’t know that anyone has my 100 percent support, some family members included,” Cuomo said flatly. “I think John King has done a good job, by and large. I think there are some real questions about Common Core.”
When pressed about his “tepid support” of the education chief, Cuomo quickly added, “I think he has done a good job. I support the job he’s done.”

We simply could not resist the temptation, concerning the governor's prognostications about what kind of candidates actually win elections in the real world outside of New York.    We also would like to point out that after "Super Storm Sandy" (a category 1 hurricane when it hit New York - New Jersey) caused the mobilisation of many firefighters from Texas, Alabama, and other places associated with the Wild West and the Confederacy.
     Upon arriving in the precincts where the damage was most severe, these people, travelling primarily on a combination of their own money, contributions from their locales, and contributions from their political entities, received obscene gestures, cat-calls of "Go Home, Scabs", along with garages of rocks and vile verbal epithets.
     Some of the firemen were amazed at the reception, as well as with the fact that the Fire Department had not turned off power in an area where thousands of frame houses where built almost touching each other.  The power should have been shut down before flinging power cables ignited transformer pots and other flammable material.  Failure to do so resulted in billions of dollars of unnecessary losses.  To wit:

New York was severely affected by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, particularly New York City, its suburbs, and Long Island. Sandy's impacts included the flooding of the New York City Subway system,[2] many suburban communities,[3] and all road tunnels entering Manhattan except the Lincoln Tunnel, and the closure of the New York Stock Exchange for two consecutive days. Numerous homes and businesses were destroyed by fire, including over 100 homes in Breezy Point, Queens. Large parts of the city and surrounding areas lost electricity for several days, and several thousand people in midtown Manhattan were evacuated for six days due a crane collapse at Extell's One57Bellevue Hospital Center and a few other large hospitals were closed and evacuated. At least 53 people died in New York as a result of the storm.[4] Thousands of homes and an estimated 250,000 vehicles were destroyed during the storm.[5] Economic losses across New York were estimated to be at least $18 billion.[6]

    The above summary in Wikipedia tried to be nice about it, but the fact is that  for a city presumably so advanced and kind and gentle, it was an arrogant hell-hole of incompetence and union thuggery.  It brought back to mind about how "brave" the firemen were who were caught in the collapse of the twin towers.  They were caught because the communications systems overloaded because they were hopelessly out-of -date.  Stories also proliferated about pilfering, but all big city fire departments have those stories told about them....there is no active proof beyond various citizens saying, "You should have seen what I saw...."
     The very clear fact was that the firemen in the New York - New Jersey area were horridly rude, arrogant, and threatening when folks from an area that is Right-to-Work came with competent....better than NYFD

Thanks for your time as usual!
El Gringo Viejo