Fixing the Schools
Cuomo and de Blasio Square Off Over Pre-K Funding
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  • EC

    Your last two paragraphs are unfounded editorializing, as far as I can tell.

  • free_agent

    Mmmmm… For the last decade or so, the serious Right has dominated Republican politics, and that worked out so well. (<– irony) Maybe if the Democrats let their ideologues run the party it will turn out better. (<– irony)

  • S.C. Schwarz

    If only you are right…

    It’s interesting to see DeBlasio squirm on this one. The left always tries to say it’s not about class warfare but here Cuomo calls DeBlasio’s bluff and offers to fund the project that is supposedly the reason for the new taxes and DeBlasio refuses. The taxes are the point. The point is exactly to punish those nasty rich people to make the left feel good. The fact that those same rich people pay for more or less everything in NYC is conveniently overlooked.

  • eoros

    The Democratic party’s left wing, utterly unelectable on a national basis??????????? Barack Obama has been elected twice! He most certainly represents the extreme left wing. He might have played centrist the first time around but second time it was all leftist with a record to boot. Any thinking person could see that.

  • AnnSaltzafrazz

    Cuomo knows that if the wealthy run for the hills to escape NY city, they will also leave NY state.

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