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New York Owes America an Apology

Robert Stacy McCain, The American Spectator

New York is dominated by Democrats, who control twenty-two of the state’s twenty-seven seats in the U.S. House; both of the state’s U.S. senators have been Democrats since 1999, when Al D’Amato left office, and New Yorkers haven’t elected a Republican governor since George Pataki won his third term in 2002. New York is effectively a one-party state, which means that Cuomo and other Democrats are unlikely to pay a political price for their failures, but the rest of the country has been forced to suffer the consequences. New York owes America an apology. We won’t be holding our breath while we wait for it.