GOP Convention

Thursday, June 03, 2010

Fred Dicker, state editor for the New York Post, and WNYC political reporter Azi Paybarah discuss the political ramifications of the New York Republican convention, where Rick Lazio was chosen as the party's candidate for governor.


Fred Dicker and Azi Paybarah

Comments [5]

Seth from Upper West Side

State government?! Is that what it's called? What they do in Albany? I thought it was called racketeering!

Sorry, hjs. In 2010 Numerica, religion is so much more important to the mouth-breathing, celebrity obsessed, infantilized masses than taking elected officials to task. What will happen to us in the afterlife if weren't good little _____(fill in the blank) and didn't murder and pillage in the name of our "god"?

Jun. 03 2010 11:29 AM

112 comments about a 50year war but only 3 have interest in state government.

that's what's wrong with america!

Jun. 03 2010 11:22 AM
amalgam from Manhattan by day, NJ by night

I'm just so glad that the teabaggers are running with their strong brew all across the country and hopefully it will infuse the GOP with a soothing blend of service cuts for others (not me!) and fear of a country with changing demographic, cultural, and work patterns. Cheers!

Jun. 03 2010 11:17 AM
Seth from Upper West Side

You can always tell which candidates will turn out to be snakes by their hairstyles. Lazio looks snakey.

Jun. 03 2010 11:17 AM

i'm hoping one of the tea baggers will run as an independent. where do i sign his petition?

Jun. 03 2010 10:05 AM

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