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Left-reaching Albany sets wrong tone

The insanity in Albany, our state capital, continues. Now the governor has signed a new law prohibiting any firearms in our schools.

Throughout the state of New York, teachers cannot bear arms to protect their students from another massacre that could occur again in our school systems. In this state now, Cuomo advertises the fact that our schools are not going to be armed by the teachers who are concerned about the safety of their students. Cuomo hates guns so much he has lost sight of what can happen without the protection of those students in our schools. Now every lunatic who has read about this law will take a good look at the school systems in New York state.

Now let’s look at other Cuomo blunders, like the one where he wants illegals to obtain drivers’ licenses so they can have identification when they vote for Democrats. Do those illegals ever think about becoming citizens of this country or are they going to continue to rip off the taxpayers and our politicians allow them to do so?

New York state is very close, if not already there, to becoming another California, which is land of fruits and nuts. Another Democrat-led state with no brains. New York state has made large blunders: no death penalty, with not only illegals, but releasing felons from prison, giving prisoners cell phones, computers and TV.

Why should they want to leave prison? It’s too bad our prisons are not like those in other countries where they don’t coddle their prisoners like this country and state do. It is no wonder that our laws are broken and people take the law into their own hands. It’s because they know how liberal our courts are and organizations with their ideas who protect those in prison instead of using that sympathy toward the honest law-abiding citizens of this country.

Socialism is trying to take over our country with those political ideas from those in the Democratic party. They want to destroy our heritage and have other stupid ideas with political correctness. Stupid ideas. Freedom of speech is for all, including the president of the U.S. If others can do it, why not the president?

Richard Makuch is a Dunkirk resident. Send comments to editorial@observertoday.com

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