Gov. Cuomo Will Now Pay The Price For Saving Thousands Of Lives!

It doesn’t seem to matter how many lives the Governor has saved with his ingenious handling of the pandemic crisis in New York, it is now time for the publicity-seeking debutants with dollar signs in their eyes to suddenly announce their distaste for any word, any hug, any handshake, any attention at all that might have been paid to them and to grab all the bright lights, camera and microphone time they can grab with their contemptible accusations against him.

This is not just a Cuomo problem folks, this is a problem that potentially plagues any public servant who has ever spoken a kind word, given a compliment, hugged someone, shook someone’s hand, sought solace from another human being in a time of personal stress …. and I am sure that if the governor had refused to pay any attention to any of his accusers at all, he would now be accused of being anti-woman.

Remind me that if ever I run for office or any kind ( which is not likely) to make sure that I never shake anybody’s hand, hug anybody, smile at anybody or speak to anybody unless there are at least a dozen credible witness right there watching and listening to every word.

There are too many opportunistic bitches/bastards out there ready, willing and able to sully a good name if they think, for even a moment, that they can get some publicity, some money, a movie or book contract at the expense of someone more famous than themselves.

9 thoughts on “Gov. Cuomo Will Now Pay The Price For Saving Thousands Of Lives!

  1. Public office comes with such consequences. You have to whiter than white to survive in any position of power these days. Few of us can claim to never have done something ‘dubious’.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. Sounds pretty chauvinistic to me, John. Gotta wait till all the evidence is in before you can say, one way or the other. Riding emotions, or jumping to conclusions, does nobody any favours. He has admitted he has done these things. I have a couple of times in my youth too, when I didn’t know any better. The thing is to learn from your mistakes, not keep on making them.

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    1. If somebody is out to get the governor then evidence can be manufactured or taken out of context and ruin him anyway. I remember the days when every celebrity thought it was profitable to their careers to claim that they were molested as children (Usually by their parents.) In the time sin which we now live, if you even dare to shake some woman’s hand, you are exposing yourself to the risk of some kind of sexual assault charge. Chauvinistic or not, facts are facts . The day will surely come when you dare not even look at a woman, much less touch them or converse with8 them.

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      1. I’m sorry, John, that you feel that way. But it is that kind of neanderthalic thinking that is going to ruin the world. Yes there are people who are out to get people, our society has that built right into it. But that does not mean everyone is out to get someone. Or, let me turn that around, this does not mean that there are men who are out to try to have sex with every woman they meet because they think they are the most desirable men around. Or that because of their wealth or power they can force women to have sex with them.
        The same goes for some women, who think they can control men because they have physical attributes that men drool over.
        Please, allow me to quote a recent sermon by a man of god:
        His name is Stewart-Allen Clark and he is was a pastor of the 1st General Baptist Church, in Malden, Missouri. Here are a few snippets from his February 28th, 2021, sermon:
        “Why is it so many times that women after they get married let themselves go? I’m not saying every woman can be the epic, the epic trophy wife of all time, like Melania Trump. I’m not saying that at all. Most women can’t be trophy wives, you know, like her. Maybe you’re a participation trophy. I don’t know, but all I can say is not everybody looks like that. Amen. Not everybody looks like that, but you don’t need to look like a butch either. Hey, here’s something you need to know. You need to know this. Men have a need for their women to look like women. And sweatpants don’t cut it all the time. Wearing flip-flops and pajamas to Walmart, that ain’t gonna work. Ain’t nothing attractive about that. Men want their wives to look good at home and in public. Can I get an ‘amen’?”
        Is this a man someone is out to get, John, or is this a man who needs to get got. He got got!
        Mr. Clark has stepped down from his position and is allegedly “seeking professional counseling”. Sorry, but there is no amount of ‘counseling’ that will turn this person into a human being. Any person who considers former nude model and gold-digger Melania Trump to be the standard to which women should aspire needs a lobotomy. How many centuries have women fought against being judged for their looks, while begging to be judged for their character, their intellect?
        This guy actually thought women needed to be told what assholes men are. They already knew that.
        Now here you are, sounding like you were at that church that day, and shouting “Amen!” along with all the male neanderthals.
        The reason these women are accusing men of sexual harassment, sexual touching, and sexual aggression is because that is what many men do, and those men do not have the right to do that.
        In the short time of following your blog I grew to respect you, and your candidness. I thought you were a forward-looking person, but today you have revealed the true you.
        I don’t think you are going to print this comment on your blog, I doubt you have the guts. You said you respected my views, and that I could say anything I thought appropriate. Well, I cannot get more appropriate than what I am saying right now. You are a male. You are a chauvinist! AND YOU ARE A PIG!

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        1. I see you have quoted a “Man of God” who is a Baptist. That is interesting and makes me believe that your politics are more on the right side than the left. I mean if you can judge me to be a “Pig” then why can I not surmise that you are a Republican or at least a right-leaning political person? Fair is fair.

          As to the “You are a pig” comment: I know that! That is not news to me. I have known that for a long time now. Many more people than you have observed that as a fact. So I accept it. Thank you.

          I do have the guts to print this comment on my blog and I am printing it and I am proud and pleased and gratified that you have taken the time to offer it. Thank you again.

          As to the comment itself … it is only offensive to anyone who might be looking for a reason to be offended. I am not in that company. I stand solidly for the First Amendment and I believe that diversity of opinions and observations are the lifeblood of our Democracy …. so always feel free … glad to have you spicing up the conversation.

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          1. I will ignore the fact that you know you are an MCP and are happy being that way, that is your choice. But unfortunately that choice infringes on the rights of others to have no harm done to them intentionally, because, in Cuomo’s case, he is, or was, too interested in his own gratification to realize other people have their own feelings, which is to treat them as non-persons. I will not say this is racism, in particular systemic racism, it is not. But I will say say it is definite systemic chauvinism, only men matter. Having been there, having done that, and having learned from the experience, I am now much more aware of how I treat other people not myself.
            If you can put up with another old poem, you will recognize the almost exact situation Cuomo, and men like him, are in right now. If I can remember it completely, it is called Loveless, Alone, With Fear.

            Unto her bed I crept that night,
            Loveless unto her bed,
            Seeking joy from body’s plight,
            Lovelessl seeking joy.

            When from my arms she fell in sleep,
            Alone when from my arms,
            I saw the tears that she did weep.
            Alone I saw the tears.

            She had said no, but I said yes,
            With fear she had said no
            I thought the worst, she would call rape
            With fear I thought the worst.

            Loveless, alone, with fear,
            I heard my soul cry out in pain,
            Steeped in pain from what I’d done
            Loveless. Alone with fear…

            The above experience started as a mutual event, but something had made her change her mind. But I was so horny I kept on going, forcing her against her will. I got release, but there was no pleasure in it. And I never apologized. The poem, which she will never see, is the only apology I can now give, and it came much too late, for both of us. It was written in about 1975.
            I guess, John, I am now in a conundrum. I don’t what to lose you as an internet friend, and you are brave enough to print my issue, but can I spiritually hang out with you? I don’t think I can. You’ll know my decision, and the thinking behind it, when the decision is made. Right now, my presence on your site is probationary, and subject to change.
            I am not out to censor you, far from it, but I may have to censor myself, just so you know.

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            1. Your decision is your decision and you are entitled to it. You are always welcome to comment on here whether you agree with me on issues or not as long as you do not troll the site.

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