Peeking at George Pataki's Presidential Campaign Site

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Here’s a look at George Pataki’s presidential campaign web site, which is mostly behind password protection.

Earlier this morning, it was hosting some dummy info about a congressional candidate. That info was removed and the site was put under password protection after I emailed Pataki spokesman David Catalfamo.

But if you try logging onto the site, it brings you to a page that shows some of Pataki’s site. One category is called “Pataki’s Record” which has links to things like “budget” “taxes” “job and business climate” “national security” “welfare” “death penalty and crime” “healthcare” “k-12 education” and “higher education.”

No mention of immigration, or other social issues — like abortion or gay rights — where Pataki is notably to the left, compared to the rest of the Republican field.

 

Comments

  1. KennethF says:

    why is this goof running for President?

  2. KB says:

    To Pataki’s webmaster:  Remember to put up a how he tackled the state debt by increasing it while spending to unprecedented levels, how he filled public service positions with self-serving cronies who lived of the public dime and how he speaks for big business, and only big business at all others’ expense (unless he is bought off by a large labor political contribution!).

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  5. […] We can thicken this thin gruel a bit, if you like. Adam C. Smith of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Pataki “has been calling some GOP fundraisers in Florida in recent days about a prospective presidential run.” And earlier this morning, Azi Paybarah saw that someone had been funnin’ around on the internets, creating a “Pataki for President” website. […]

  6. […] We can thicken this thin gruel a bit, if you like. Adam C. Smith of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Pataki “has been calling some GOP fundraisers in Florida in recent days about a prospective presidential run.” And earlier this morning, Azi Paybarah saw that someone had been funnin’ around on the internets, creating a “Pataki for President” website. […]

  7. […] We can thicken this thin gruel a bit, if you like. Adam C. Smith of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Pataki “has been calling some GOP fundraisers in Florida in recent days about a prospective presidential run.” And earlier this morning, Azi Paybarah saw that someone had been funnin’ around on the internets, creating a “Pataki for President” website. […]

  8. […] We can thicken this thin gruel a bit, if you like. Adam C. Smith of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Pataki “has been calling some GOP fundraisers in Florida in recent days about a prospective presidential run.” And earlier this morning, Azi Paybarah saw that someone had been funnin’ around on the internets, creating a “Pataki for President” website. […]

  9. […] We can thicken this thin gruel a bit, if you like. Adam C. Smith of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Pataki “has been calling some GOP fundraisers in Florida in recent days about a prospective presidential run.” And earlier this morning, Azi Paybarah saw that someone had been funnin’ around on the internets, creating a “Pataki for President” website. […]

  10. […] We can thicken this thin gruel a bit, if you like. Adam C. Smith of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Pataki “has been calling some GOP fundraisers in Florida in recent days about a prospective presidential run.” And earlier this morning, Azi Paybarah saw that someone had been funnin’ around on the internets, creating a “Pataki for President” website. […]

  11. […] We can thicken this thin gruel a bit, if you like. Adam C. Smith of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Pataki "has been calling some GOP fundraisers in Florida in recent days about a prospective presidential run." And earlier this morning, Azi Paybarah saw that someone had been funnin' around on the internets, creating a "Pataki for President" website. […]

  12. […] We can thicken this thin gruel a bit, if you like. Adam C. Smith of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Pataki "has been calling some GOP fundraisers in Florida in recent days about a prospective presidential run." And earlier this morning, Azi Paybarah saw that someone had been funnin' around on the internets, creating a "Pataki for President" website. […]

  13. […] first revealed by the news site PolitickerNY.com, a “George Pataki President” logo sat in the upper left corner of the site with tabs […]

  14. […] An early version of former New York Gov. George Pataki’s (R) presidential campaign website was accidentally made public this morning, Politicker NY reports. […]

  15. OCShooters.com says:

    What about Pataki’s anti-gun record!!  He passed NY’s worthless Assault Weapons Ban, and the famous CoBIS, (gun DNA,) program that has wasted over $40 million and has not solved one crime or even been a help in any crime.  What about he payoff to unions to get reelected the last time?  What is he taking to think that he has any chance??

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