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Newsday called Warren the Republican Al Franken after seeing this speech … as a compliment.
Elsewhere on the front page of Redlich for Governor:
To get an idea of the pension problem in New York, check out the top school pensions from SeeThroughNY.net (image at link).
Short story – There are over 1000 school retirees getting pensions of over $100,000 a year. There’s even some at the top getting over $200K. This is the kind of excess we see in government that needs to be corrected, and why Warren Redlich calls for capping pay and pensions.
To the New York Times …
28 April 2010, 5:42 am
I sent this to the NY Times editorial e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) this morning:
On the 25th you published this editorial – http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/26/opinion/26mon1.html – closing with the following:
“The only good news in all this is that New York’s voters are finally fed up. If you’re honest, have good ideas and are willing to work for a living, now is the time to run. Too much time has already been wasted.”
You should have mentioned that your paper won’t cover such candidates.
I announced my candidacy on February 1st. I specifically stopped by the NY Times desk at the Capitol and talked with one of the reporters. The Times did not cover my announcement.
Over the past two-and-a-half months I have sent several media advisories and/or press releases to the Times’ LCA staff. I have never been mentioned by the Times.
On April 13th, Mr. Confessore wrote an article about Carl Paladino, including this: “He is running against Rick Lazio, a former congressman, and Steve Levy ….”
He didn’t even include an ” … and Warren Redlich.”
That week I spoke at three Tea Party events to thousands of people. I sent advisories to the Times before and links to video after. Still nothing.
I was endorsed by the Libertarian Party on Saturday – the first GOP candidate to secure a third-party line. Nothing.
The Times has covered the Manhattan Madam’s campaign. It has covered Carl Paladino’s campaign. Maybe I’m not colorful enough.
I’m the only candidate with a real plan to cut spending, by capping pay and eliminating state agencies. Perhaps now you might let your readers know. “Too much time has already been wasted.”