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Monday, June 2, 2008

Democratic Senator & Leader's Shady Actions

Democratic Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins and the Senate Minority Leader are taking some heat for a recent press conference and possibly falsely reporting an incident of the Senator's office coming under gun fire.

Senate Minority Leader Malcolm Smith held a press conference in response to the supposed attacks, that may have never happened.

Gimmicks such as this by Smith discredits his leadership ability and that of the entire Democratic conference of Senators.

Room Eight, New York Politics blog
Below are snippets from the posting, click above for the full posting.

While it seemed that the facts changed on an hourly basis, there were reports that the Senator’s office had been ransacked and that bullets were fired into the office during daytime hours, evoking the image of staffers ducking under their desks for cover.

Inferences were made that there may be a connection between these alleged attacks and ‘anti-abortion’ demonstrators who held rallies outside Stewart-Cousins’ office in protest of the Reproductive Health and Privacy Protection Act (RHAPP).


Did Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins’ office knowingly file false police reports in retaliation against RHAPP opponents and an attempt to suppress the lawful exercise of their freedom of speech?

Did Democratic NYS Senators hold a press conference as a ruse with the intent of justifying legislation to stop lawful opposition to bills they introduce and support?

Were these bogus reports the brainchild of Malcolm Smith in a deliberate attempt to mislead the public, divert attention from RHAPP opposition and placate those that both financially benefit from RHAPP and have supported many democratic campaigns, including his own?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Talk about the gang that couldn't shoot straight!

NNY Bluedog said...

Associating the actions of one person with an entire group is stereotyping P IV. I hope you aren't that shallow in you thinking. Otherwise I would say that all Republican bloggers are stereotypers, to follow your logic.

RWiley said...

"Inferences were made that there may be a connection between these alleged attacks and ‘anti-abortion’ demonstrators who held rallies outside Stewart-Cousins’ office in protest of the Reproductive Health and Privacy Protection Act (RHAPP)."


our women must never abort
said the protesters in retort
but lying’s a thrill
the death penalty still
and iraqis we shoot for sport

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