N.Y. Tea Tard candidate for governor had to be restrained yesterday from attacking a NY Post reporter. Also he has been criticized for sending racist emails.
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2010/04 … peful.html
Correction: Paladino, not Pallidino.
Sorry Ralph, that's only going to increase his popularity among teabaggers.
Well, knowing your strong affinity for blatant untruth.... We'll eventually get truth out and you will, of course, be wrong. As you are about all things at times and all places.
"We'll eventually get truth out and you will, of course, be wrong. As you are about all things at times and all places."
Wow! That's a pretty extreme statement. You mean I haven't posted anything with which you agree? Paladino is an arrogant, ignorant hot head not fit for public office.
Whether or not paladino is fit for office I can't say. But, if he's an ignorant arrogant hothead, that places him on very equal ground with his opponent. except, his opponent is wholly corrupt, so, given the choice betwene the two, Paladino would win, on that basis alone.
Paladino showed his true colors. He is a thug. If this is how he behaves while trying to woo voters,what could we possibly expect from him as a leader?
BTW, I thought tea partiers were supposed to be holier than thou. Fathering a child out of wedlock doesn't quite fit with that pretense, does it?
Paladino was protecting his family. Would you do the same in the capital region? I bet you would, and, from my experience you act like punks around the tri-region of albany anyway. You're just mad he is for Western New York and you're not about Buffalo.
If someone brought your children in a political debate how would you react?
I've seen the video of the confrontation and from what I have seen the reporter was the one who had to be held or pushed away from Paladino by a bodyguard. Enough said.
NY is crooked- downstate anyway, and that reporter had something to do with sending snoops to his daughter's house. Everyone seen that. We know that. Good day!
Vote for the man who don't need the money come election time now kids. P
Ah, I see. It's an upstate/downstate issue. Bums and thugs know no boundaries. Plenty in Brooklyn, Queens and Westchester as well as Rochester, I daresay.
Unfortunately, just like nationally, no one elected official is ever going to satisfy everyone or represent everyone's interests.
back when the tea party was about liberty, things were good.
About 4 days later, they all started worshiping Palin.
I have to agree. Early on they took some positions that most people can appreciate or at least come close to agreement on. (of course, with Dick Armey on board you had to see the wackiness coming). Sarah seems to have opened the door to any right-wing crackpot who has visions of taking out the government; one even proposing "second amendment solutions".
It's interesting that the reporter who confronted Paladino works for one of Rupert Murdoch's right wing newspapers. Curious. I wonder if that means that Murdoch isn't supporting Paladino?
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