Drift away

Fred Dicker has a good column in today’s Post regarding Gov. Cuomo’s recent behavior:

“Gov. Cuomo has veered sharply away from the reform and pro-business policies he followed during his first two years in office and is “adrift’’ … insiders, some of whom have known Cuomo for decades, said the governor has become so obsessed with maintaining what until recently were record-high job-approval ratings that he has refused, for fear of alienating politically potent liberal voting blocs,  to make tough decisions … Cuomo signaled his new direction in a State of the State Address last month that was so devoid of serious, game-changing initiatives that he had to rely on two catastrophes — the Sandy Hook school massacre in Connecticut and the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy — for its principle news-generating proposals … what support Cuomo still retained in Senate Republican ranks was badly damaged last month when he pressured Dean Skelos, the weakest GOP leader in modern times, to support a tough new anti-gun law that was so politically damaging that state GOP Chairman Ed Cox has publicly denounced it …”

Yep.  What neither Cuomo nor the GOP have yet to publicly acknowledge, assuming they’re even aware of it now, is the outrage over the SAFE Act isn’t going away.  A lot of people still do not understand what was passed into law and when they find out they get very angry.  It is going to bite Cuomo and the GOP in the ass eventually.

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