14 May
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Yesterday, on the radio program “The Capitol Pressroom with Susan Arbetter.” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said this:

“What I’m trying mightily to do is not allow the Scandalmania–’cuz you know how the press is with scandals and that becomes all-consuming–I don’t want that to eclipse the session and I don’t want it to derail the session because we have a lot of good work to do out there for New Yorkers who just want their government to function,”

This quote is pretty interesting. First, Cuomo has the audacity to complain that the press is covering Democratic legislators’ arrests. That’s what the press is supposed to do. The press isn’t making these Democrats break the law. And Second, Cuomo’s logic doesn’t make much sense. He wants the press to stop talking about the scandals because “New Yorkers just want their government to function,” but it is because of the scandals that the government is not functioning.

Here are some more about Scandalmania!

The ‘Complicated, but All Bad’ Scandal in New York’s State Legislature

FBI had eye on nine Democrats

New York corruption probe: Names released of 7 elected officials recorded by disgraced state Sen. Shirley Huntley
For Officials on Tape, Legislator’s Invitation Was Ruse

Officials Named in Huntley’s Wire List Proclaim Innocence at Varying Speeds

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