Yeah, when I saw the Tweet of the post this morning that the New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie agrees with Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo 98 per cent of the time, I didn’t believe it.
Christie is a RINO like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jeb Bush but NOT a 98 per center.
As you can guess, I won’t be supporting Christie for ANYTHING beyond his re-election as Governor of New Jersey.
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In the latest Rasmussen poll
, Republican and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is far ahead of incumbent New York Governor David Paterson. Rudy is behind if he runs against Democrat Attorney General Andrew Cuomo but by only 7 points.
Itâ€™s a knockout for Rudy Giuliani if heâ€™s the Republican candidate for governor in New York next year running against incumbent Democrat David Paterson. But if Andrew Cuomo is Giulianiâ€™s opponent, chalk up a win for the Democrat. At least thatâ€™s the way it looks in the summer of 2009.
A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state shows Giuliani beating Paterson by 22 points, 55% to 33%. Eight percent (8%) prefer some other candidate, and five percent are undecided.
However, Cuomo tops Giuliani by seven points â€“ 48% to 41% – in a match-up between the two, with six percent (6%) favoring some other candidate and six percent (6%) not sure who theyâ€™ll vote for.
At this point, it appears Giuliani is likely to face the tougher of the two Democrats since a survey of Democratic Primary voters shows Cuomo ahead of Paterson 61% to 27%.
But, will Andrew Cuomo be able to push out David Paterson?
And, with Obama’s and generic Democrat Party poll numbers in the tank, will Cuomo decide to run in a tough race against Republican Rudy?
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In this undated photo released by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New York, former top Democratic fundraiser Norman Hsu, left, poses with New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. Assistant U.S. Attorney Rua Kelly told the jury in Manhattan on Tuesday, May 12, 2009 that it will see photographs of the Hong Kong-born Hsu with famous politicians and will hear his former investors describe being pressured by Hsu to make political donations in their names that they would be reimbursed for
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The latest Rasmussen poll does not look good for Republicans Rudy Giuliani or George Pataki if New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo runs from the Democrat side.
But, if incumbent New York Governor David Paterson runs it is a diffferent story.
But, at this stage of the race who is to say who will run for what, especially with a United States Senate seat thrown into the mix.
It is far from clear that either Giuliani or Pataki will seek the office. Sen. John Cornyn, head of the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, reportedly approached Pataki about a possible run for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Kirsten Gillibrand.
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