Dean Skelos on Gillibrand

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We have a senator who one day is Annie Oakley and the next day is Jane Fonda, state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos quipped this morning, referring to Democratic U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Skelos took that shot at Gillibrand as he provided a brief overview of New York races this year.
Skelos spoke at this morning’s breakfast for New York delegation attending the Republican National Convention.
State GOP Chairman Ed Cox said New York is the only state among the 10 bluest states with one chamber of the state legislature controlled by the Republican Party.

The delegation is honoring the Republican majority in the state senate this morning.

No Romney campaign people are appearing this morning.

 

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  2. Ding Dong Screw Loose is a RINO. Stick a plunger up Cuomolectual Cox Yucker Bloombugger’s nose to relieve his congestion pricing and his metric system. Spray DDT to kill the bedbugs and roaches that infest Manhattan minds. When we were allowed to smoke, TB and bedbugs got fumigated. Parasite Manhattan residents, like Washington DC and exconvicts should not be allowed to vote, unless they want to vote in Europe. Move all the parasite universities to Manhattan and tax all college degrees and net present value of rent control to reduce our property taxes. Require a valid driver license for any employment. Double tax any parasite not working for profit. Build and join rail hubs at Woodside and West Farms to bypass Manhattan. Liberate Long Island City and Brooklyn from over a century of 1898 Tamanend oppression. Move UN, missions, residences to Governor’s Island surrounded by gators. Anyone who shops at Whole Foods must consume at least one of their own organs weekly. Apartment dwellers must consume any vermin found on their premises. Turn Central Park into a smelly green waste processing facility. Firebrand the forehead of anyone having an abortion. Access in and out of subway stations should only be by firepole.