Friday, January 24, 2014

New York--No Place for Conservatives

I've been away from the internet for nearly a week, but unfortunately the world didn't stop for me to catch up.

The latest news about Grand Moff Cuomo of the Empire State caught my eye.  A week ago, the governor declared declared pro-life people and "extreme" conservatives were not welcome in NY.

Mike Huckabee posted this statement on Facebook in response to the Grand Moff's comments:

New York now has a state landlord. And he wants to evict most of the population...New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo blasted people who oppose his push for gun control, unfettered abortion and gay marriage. Cuomo said those who are “right to life, pro-assault weapon, anti-gay”…they’re “extreme conservatives,” and they “have no place in the state of New York.” That’s odd, I thought a lot of New Yorkers were pro-life Catholics. In fact, his own father, former Gov. Mario Cuomo, supported legal abortion but claimed to be personally pro-life. He’d better start packing. And so should a lot of New Yorkers. A poll last year found that 80 percent of them oppose unlimited abortion. But then, thanks to high-tax, leftwing policies like those of Andrew Cuomo, between 2000 and 2010, about one-and-a-half-million people already moved out of New York, taking their unapproved political views and their taxable income with them. Let’s hope they found a new state that’s less liberal and more tolerant.

I am somewhat glad to know that Cuomo wants pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, and pro-marriage people like me out of New York. I pay a lot of taxes in both the state of New York and New York City because I do my Fox show from there. I'm sure both the left wing Governor and socialist Mayor are embarrassed to be taking money from someone like me who they despise. My presence there provides jobs for a number of people, but I don't live there and actually come only in order to tape my Fox show. I'll look forward to getting an exemption from paying the ridiculous high taxes in New York state and New York City since my "kind" and my money are surely not something that's welcome in the Empire State. Why any company on earth would domicile in New York City with it's animosity toward business is beyond me. 

But then again, maybe the Empire State's Imperial Senate only wants peoples' money...

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