Cuomo will 'lift the veil of secrecy' on Albany

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 - 03:17 PM

Andrew Cuomo, who's meticulously controlled his public exposure, is out with a new video, vowing to never "betray your trust."

"I will lift the veil of secrecy that is now around Albany," Cuomo says in the video. In prior statements, he's recalled how other governors have had their ambitious budget efforts scaled back in the face of heavy ad campaigns launched by "special interest" groups in Albany.

This video, Cuomo's first major video since winning the governor's race, could be part of his arsenal against such incoming fire.

UPDATE: In announcing the video, the Cuomo campaign says it will appear Thursday on television stations throughout the state.


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"Cover UP" Cuomo is going to "lift the veil of secrecy" that he "PLACED" what a joke.

He tried to pull a fast on by rushing thru a plea deal for Hank Morris one day after he was elected, and ask the judge to keep it under raps while he reviews it.

The judge wanted to take a few days to look it over.

He endorsed Democ"RAT"S running for the State Senate who's "Leadership" is under investigation by the "FEDS" and "OTHERS".

He has taken tens of millions of dollars from the special interests.

I can't stop laughing as I watch the video.

Before there was the "Oracle at Delphi" there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

VJ Machiavelli
The Legislative Budget is Too Damn High

Nov. 11 2010 05:26 AM

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