Bill O’Reilly: “Gov. Cuomo’s Abortion Plans Are ‘Barbaric.”

Conservative radio and TV host Bill O’Reilly has declared war on Gov. Cuomo over the governor’s push to strengthen the state’s abortion laws.

O’Reilly took to the airwaves twice last week to blast Cuomo as “barbaric.”

“Andrew Cuomo is barbaric. He’s just barbaric,” O’Reilly said during an appearance last Thursday on the Glenn Beck show. “And the fact that he says he’s Roman Catholic is just staggering. They want to legalize late-term abortion for any reason. You have a migraine headache, a hang nail, a panic attack.”

“It’s so barbaric that people should be rising up but you’re not going to see it because we’re too busy on our video games. We can’t pull ourselves away.”

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Voting this idiot out of office is certainly an option….

Via NY Times:

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Thursday that he had started discussions with leaders of the State Legislature about new gun control measures, and that he planned to propose a package of gun legislation in his State of the State address on Jan. 9.

“There’s a big difference of opinion on these issues,” Mr. Cuomo, a Democrat, said in an interview on an Albany radio station. […]

In the interview, Mr. Cuomo did not offer specifics about the measures he might propose, but, while discussing assault weapons, he said: “Confiscation could be an option. Mandatory sale to the state could be an option. Permitting could be an option — keep your gun but permit it.”

At least … this time … it wasn’t Pat Robertson

Gov. Cuomo blasted an upstate rabbi’s claims that Hurricane Sandy was “divine” payback for the state passing  a gay marriage law “as offensive as they are ignorant.”

Cuomo was responding to comments made last week–and detailed in my “Albany Insider” column today–by Rabbi Noson Leiter, who made them as he supported Conservative state Senate candidate Neil DiCarlo.

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Editor’s note: The rabbi’s heart may or may not be in the right place, but it’s pretty obvious that it’s Governor Cuomo who is God’s chosen instrument of chastisement, for New Yorkers.

Diaz: The problem with the Christians and pastors, is that they pray too much and act too little.

“Gov. Cuomo, when he was running, said if I get elected, I will push for gay marriage. But pastors and brothers and sisters campaigned for him and voted for him. So we cannot fully blame Cuomo,” said Diaz.

“Pastors and religious leaders are supposed to remember that we are supposed to be Christians before being Democrats or being Republicans. Our responsibility is with Jesus and not with Democratic Party or Republican Party.”

He added that party affiliation is always secondary to one’s Christian faith in political decisions. Regardless of whether a political candidate is Republican or Democrat, Christians should support and vote for whomever shares their values.

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