Ferndale foie gras farm kicks out senator
New York Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada Jr. was thrown off a controversial Sullivan County farm last week while pushing for a new law that would provide more benefits to farmworkers.
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#1 Sep 9, 2009
I am so glad I grew up and moved away from this area's total commitment to ignorant,nasty-minded greed.
Without knowledge about successful gov. programs, like social security, medicare , unemployment insurance. etc.,
certain that illegals and lazy welfare moms will share bounty if government is in charge
willing to accept businessmen who sell babies and young women, make meth, force feed ducks, enslave farm workers- Yuck!!! In Sullivan County anything's okay if it makes money. Anything's suspicious if it requires intelligence-not even book-learning. Thinking is not liked in Sullivan County.
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