Andrew Cuomo earned a reputation in Albany for having sharp elbows, a long memory, and treating enemies mercilessly.
But to hear Rudy Giuliani tell it, Cuomo is too timid and calculating to bring about “a complete change,” in Albany, which the former mayor said is needed in the state’s capitol.
Speaking at a fund-raiser for Rick Lazio last night–a Republican gubernatorial candidate who has come under criticism for a lack of energy on the campaign trail–Giuliani said “there is no chance that is going to happen if we elect Andrew Cuomo.”
“Things are going to be handled the same way they’ve been handled the past four or five years. The same deals. His eye is going to be on going to higher office. He’s not going to want to hurt anybody, harm anybody, do anything that really rocks the boat.”