New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is ramping up his attack on President Trump, the US Constitution and America. He has spent the past couple of months waging war against the First and Second Amendment rights of every New Yorker. He has no concern about the people of New York. Instead he is abusing his position to force his anti-American socialist views on the entire state.
In his latest anti-American tirade, Cuomo publicly stated that America never was the great. His Republican challenger, Marcus Molinaro, jumped on Cuomo’s comment, which has riled many people in the Empire State. One can only hope that Cuomo’s statement will drive enough voters to cast their votes for Molinaro in November and put and end to his socialist dictatorship.
(Constitution.com) – Hyper-partisan politics are very thoroughly choking the patriotism right out of this great nation, and it should be a concern of any proud American.
You see, it’s not the current state of the nation that determines your patriotism; it’s how you feel about the potential of the American nation. We were built on a dream of liberty the likes of which the world had perhaps never seen.
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With this freedom, some had the wrong impression. They believed that a utopia awaited all Americans and that all of the nation’s problems would be immediately solved. The reality is that no utopia can exist without an equally egregious dystopia. The hope was that freedom would tip the scales toward the pursuit of happiness instead of the pursuit of power and riches. Obviously there are still some kinks to work out there, and we can blame that fairly succinctly on the ruling class who, believe it or not, were at one point referred to as “public servants”…
Cuomo has not issued an apology and his spokeswoman is trying to quell the anger of many by saying that Cuomo only meant that as a slap at President Trump, however, many aren’t buying it. Molinaro needs to put the clip of Cuomo saying America never was great on every one of his campaign commercials and make sure that every voter hears it.