This is in response to rerbc, below:
He said: How sad, O my God. I also am a father. I feel for the parents, these people. May God help them.
Seriously, rerbc, a little tolerance goes a long way. View Comment
They are ALL empty suits. None of them has our interest in mind - NONE.
I guess you did not see the VP debate - Ryan knows NOTHING about foreign policy - NOTHING. He had rehearsed sound bites that people fell for. Obama - mediocre. Romney - will be an ultimate fail for the country. My choice is made. Don't waste your time trying to convince me otherwise and I won't waste anymore of yours... View Comment
The right has done nothing during Obama's presidency to help the country - zero. They have no right to even have a candidate. Voting for them is voting for the corporate takeover of America - Mitt's biggest "aquisition as a venture politician". Don't do it America - if you thought 2008 was bad, wait until they have all the power to suck the country dry and horde everything. I will take slow but steady progress anytime over the bait and switch the Republicans are promising.
Ryan? Really? Second in command of the most powerful nation ever? Holy "insert expletive here".... View Comment
So public funds get used for a very expensive private school while public schools are falling apart in the county - typical Republicanism....holy cow....This is Astorino watching out for the taxpayer of Westchester? View Comment
"Obama has put us into debt. We’re on a downward slope. The economy is not getting better. Housing is not getting better. The dollar is being devalued. Gas prices are up. Do you want me to continue?”
No, I would like you to get some real information. We were put into debt long before Obama took office. We are on an upward slope, however slight. Housing is getting better - try buying a house in Mid-Westchester. Gas prices are up - but not quite as high as the last Republican Presidency. The dollar is up against the Euro. Should I continue?
Obama is far from excellent. Romney would be horrible. View Comment
Privatization in the name of saving money has failed time and again. It will fail here as well. Keep the CSEA workers, work with them to create a sustainable relationship which is possible, and keep helping the patients that rely on them. View Comment
I hope they do well. I live close and it seems like it will be a great family place. There was, however, a restaurant there in between Michael's and Lovell Street Grill - Sunshine, formerly of Yorktown. They were also good. Too bad they didn't make it. I wonder what happened to them.