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Watch: Andrew Cuomo Promises New York Equality at ESPA Dinner


Two clips from last night's Empire State Pride Agenda dinner in New York City. City Council speaker introduces gubernatorial candidates Andrew Cuomo, calling Cuomo's Tea Party opponent Carl Paladino a bully.

Says Cuomo: "I want to be the governor who signs the law that makes equality a reality in the state of New York, and we are going to get that done together."


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  1. It's been rumored that son Andrew was the one behind the "Vote for Cuomo, Not the Homo" drive when his father, Mario, ran against closet-case Ed Koch in 1977.

    Posted by: JOHNINMANHATTAN | Oct 15, 2010 11:35:11 AM

  2. Nice batch of promises, but I've heard way too many empty promises from you Democrats to be taking this terribly seriously. Maybe he'll set a wild new precedent and actually keep his word.

    Until he does, he's just another bag of Democrat hot air.

    Posted by: Roscoe | Oct 15, 2010 11:49:50 AM

  3. He's not likely to get the chance to sign that bill unless we flip some state senate seats in 18 days. The senate's Republican leader recently told a Log Cabin Republican gathering that, if Republicans retake control of the closely divided chamber as a result of next month's election, he would allow a vote on a marriage equality bill and that he intends to do what every single Republican did the last time a vote was held: vote against equality. By the pathetic standards of the self-loathing, I guess that qualifies as a major victory.

    See or for lists of state senate races being targeted.

    Posted by: Patric | Oct 15, 2010 12:17:11 PM

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