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by New York State Grassroots Groups

New York State Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor is an Iraq War veteran, author, and founder of the organization Iraq Vets for Congress

(Feb. 3, 2015) — In a New York Post article, Assemblyman Kieran Lalor speaks volumes. He also speaks in line with several other Assembly members. In my opinion, Lalor’s ideas have merit and this would be a good start, but more is needed if New York is to have a clean(er) government that truly represents the will of the people.

Again, this year’s budget contains all the “items” that Lalor cites as fostering crime and corruption; thus, the budget should be secondary at this point. The urgent business of Albany should be to clean up their mess…..and maybe in other government(s) in New York State, too – get started today…..please.

If you “read between the lines” of Lalor’s article you learn that Mr. Lalor seemingly has more “detailed information” on the legislators than has come to light – so far. This is the case in Albany; MOST legislators have crucial information on MANY other legislators who have committed crimes.

The Moreland Commission and U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara have finally made it possible for good civil servants and “others” to step forward and “spill the beans” on corruption and crime in what the lawmakers themselves call “the Albany cesspool.”

It is surely the wish of every New Yorker that legislators finally find the integrity to “spill the beans.” We hope ALL New York taxpayers urge every legislator and all others with information to step forward. It would be wonderful if New York State had a huge special election this November, wouldn’t it?

Al Belardinelli
Team New York

The New York Post

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  1. This might be setting the ground for the 2017 vote in NYS to divide it into TWO STATES.

    There is another alternative being proposed to separate into two autonomous regions: New Amsterdam and New York with a token state government.

    There is more information at: