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Poor soul. You are bereft of any knowledge as to the workings of state government. You may as well follow Alice down the rabbit hole.
I know exactly how New York State government works and it stinks. Why do you think New York is in the state it is? She took a stand against all of that with her "No" vote. That distinguishes her form others who are nothing more than a rubber stamp for their party paymasters. Roann Destito was a faithful Democrat rubber stamp for years. She got her payback in the form of her well compensated position at OGS. With benefit of hindsight can anyone honestly say her constituents are better off now than when she took office? Are you saying that the go along to get along approach is better than standing up for those things you believe in? Better off for who? Claudia Tenney stood up to the status quo with her "NO" vote on the budget. I will grant that her vote was symbolic because of her minority status but would it be better for her to deny her fundamental beliefs and vote with the majority just so she could say she was reaching across the aisle? A lot of representatives of lesser character do that all of the time. Should she cave and follow the lead of our other local assemblyman and his left wing socialist agenda that in my opinion is very much the reason New York is failing economically? Talk about being led down the rabbit hole.
I know very well how politics work in New York and unless it changes the future holds nothing but business loss, job loss, population(the producing population) loss and pain for those who are left to foot the bill.