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Governor appoints gun advocate to senate - Bye bye Caroline!

Well, I guess that's a big NO to NYC.

Governor Patterson has appointed an upstate rural congresswoman, who votes consistently with the NRA. Her name is Kirsten Gillibrand.

Carolyn McCarthy says she's going to challenge her for election. I say good going, McCarthy!

Just what this city needs. A senator who wants us all to be armed.

Wonder how Cuomo is feeling? A bit slapped down, perhaps?

I get it that guns are important upstate, but they really have to look at how the rules affect us here in the city.
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