Cuomo fiddles while Rome burns (as well as Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo)

New York governor Andrew Cuomo apparently values his subjects (also known as New Yorkers) only by the amount of tax revenue he's able to squeeze out of them.  Case in point: Cuomo's reaction to the news that President Trump is leaving N.Y. to become a legal resident of Florida: "Good riddance," he tweeted, adding, "it's not like @realDonaldTrump paid taxes here anyway... He's all yours, Florida."  With this attitude, Cuomo is likely to preside over an accelerated exodus of tax-paying New Yorkers who have had enough of Cuomo and the Legislature's arrogance toward those who rebel against their ultra-liberal tax-and-spending schemes. In 2011, Cuomo set the tone for his tenure: "I am the government," Cuomo said in an Albany radio interview.  In another later interview, he said, "Who are they?  Are they these extreme conservatives, who are right to life, pro-assault weapon,...(Read Full Post)
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