Cuomo Says Now Is Not Time For Politics

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Asked today whether he will support Senate Democrats to regain the majority in November, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he won’t get into politics now.

“One of the things that has worked for us is we’ve kept the politics on the side and we’ve done government work and we’ll continue to do that,” Cuomo told reporters this afternoon. “We still have a legislative session.”

Of course, politics is never out of the equation, but the question raised will be a closely watched one this fall: After having sizable success with Republicans at the helm of the Senate, will Cuomo actively campaign for Senate Democrats to regain the majority?

“I want to keep Bob Duffy as lieutenant governor. You can quote me on that,” Sen. Joseph Robach, R-Greece, chimed in from the audience during the news conference.

“You’re going way out there on the limb, huh, Joe? You’re a gutsy guy, Senator Robach,” Cuomo joked.

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  1. “Now is not the time for politics?” These people live politics 24/7 and love every minute of it. They’re in perpetual campaign mode. Don’t lie to us, Gov.

  2. I can’t stop laughing Andrew “Cesare” Cuomo says “no time for Politics now”

    The whole process is politics and nothing but ploitics

    From the Millions spend on praising Andrew “Cesare” Cuomo to the millions spend saying he is the ………and more.

    As for the Senate Demc”RATS” I am sure he will campaign for a number of them say the ones who are already in office like Sampson.

    Before there was the “Oracle of Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

    VJ Machiavelli
    http://www.VJMachiavelli.blogspot.com
    Power to the People who “VOTE”