The Gateway (Logging Time and Reaching Around Edition)
Dateline: Lewes, Delaware.
Roberto Perez: The source also tells me that Gnojaj, lost any chance he had of securing an endorsement from Velazquez, when he received the support of Senator Ruben Diaz. Velazquez, does not share some of the Reverends positions on certain issues, which ultimately led her to not endorse Gjonaj
Naomi's beau has been accused of “double dipping” and she's being probed.
I don't want to seem redundant, but it seems everyone is probing Naomi Rivera.
The Rivera-funded not-for-profit, which employed her ex, goes “belly up”
Were you expecting, doggy-style? Pol piggy bank goes belly up
Most understated headline: "Flushing Assembly race gets nasty.”
To paraphrase Sqt. Hartman in "Full Metal Jacket," it appears that the Empire State Pride Agenda and other supporters of same sex marriage are happy to get their moment's pleasure from Shirley Huntley and Joe Addabbo, but don't "have the goddamn common courtesy to give [them] a reach-around."
Alan Van Capelle: Elected officials have looked at the gay community as being the ATM of elections. If they did the right thing by the gay community, that would be a secret PIN number and the gay community would automatically start dispensing money to them.
No Alan, what the Democrats who stuck their necks out expect is no less than what the Republicans who stuck their necks out rightfully expect. That you tea dance with those who brung ya.
Shirley Huntley and Joe Addabbo’s are having their doing the right thing used against them. Their defeats, if they occur, will have national ramifications upon wavering Democratic pols everywhere.
Money quote (literally): “The irony of the situation is that the same money that the LGBT community has given to the Republican Party has been spent in acts against pro-marriage Democrats,”
Grimm is a social moderate.
He opposes abortion in the case of "illegitimate rape," but favors nude swimming and Kabbalah. New York representatives who co-sponsored the 'forcible rape' bill Akin referred to | Capital New Yo
There's a man in Congress who makes Todd Akin look like an abortion moderate.
GOP Chair disavows his own platform before it is even enacted (and it is ashamed he’s shown Todd Akin, so little respect when it’s clear how much influence Todd had in its drafting). Priebus: GOP platform 'not the platform of Mitt Romney' firstread.nbcnews.com
Just when you thought there was no such thing as miracles, Tom Friedman finally acknowledges that the problem is the Republicans. We Need a ‘Conservative’ Party www.nytimes.com
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