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Pols should stick to N.Y. politics

One wonders about the sincerity and arrogance of state Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi (D-Forest Hills), former City Councilwoman Melinda Katz — who are both Democratic district leaders in Forest Kills — and defeated candidate Richard Brodsky, a former Westchester County assemblyman, when they decry the vote of the people of Wisconsin over who they voted for for governor, who has legally attacked union power.

I can just see the Wisconsin dairy farmer welcoming these uppity New Yorkers who do not like who they voted for to become their state leader. I am sure if some Alaska residents came to Forest Hills and told the “three musketeers” who they should vote for and elect as governor there would be hell to pay.

Whoever said politicos do not consider themselves superior to their constituents?

Kenneth Lloyd Brown

Forest Hills

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