Kristin Davis Governor
October 19, 2010 by Post Team
Kristin Davis Governor, The highly anticipated debate of the governor of New York featuring the Democratic front-runner Andrew Cuomo and Republican Carl Paladino, his nearest challenger, was dominated by five fringe party candidates on Monday night.
The usual debate fodder – taxes, wasteful spending, rights and social issues – was overshadowed by a series of bizarre remarks hopes of representing the little-known organizations such as rent received is too Damn High Party.
The debate in the State of Henrietta has failed to produce a fruitful dialogue between the two candidates establishment.
Cuomo Paladino and greeted with friendly handshake, then sit back while the debate turns into a circus.
Paladino was relatively clear for most of the discussion, even leaving early to use the toilet during his concluding remarks.
“When you gotta go, you gotta go,” his campaign manager was later quoted as saying in The New York Times.
Whisper-key businessman Buffalo may have been a calculated effort to show New Yorkers another facet of his personality.
Earlier this week, the poll results New York Times showed Paladino lose ground to Cuomo amid concerns that the favorite tea may not have the temperament to hold a senior position.
Paladino, including “I’m Mad As Hell” campaign slogan has energized the anti-Albany crowd engaged in a confrontation with an angry New York Post editor in September, and made comments seen as critical of hmosxls earlier this month.
Cuomo was also content to take a back seat, offering a number of superficial answers to policy questions.
His comments came the more remarkable when asked about the Authority of New York City Metropolitan Transit, which he called “useless and ineffective.”
“Nobody’s responsible,” Cuomo said, adding that the Governor should support the MTA.
A litany of hopes about the third offset generated laughter from the audience, which has struggled to accommodate requests by the moderator to moderate their reactions.
Kristin Davis, the former Madame best known for allegedly providing the former governor Elliot Spitzer with call girls, suggested that she was uniquely qualified to lead in Albany because of his time among the ladies of the night.
“Politicians are the biggest whores in this state,” Davis joked.
Without changing the status quo in Albany, “Companies go out of this state faster than Carl Paladino in a gay bar,” the prohibition of the Anti-Party candidate said.
Jimmie McMillan Rent is too Damn High Party had a focus of a laser on an issue. Hint: it was not gay marriage.
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