Senator Charles Schumer

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Letter to Sen. Gillibrand, Sen. Schumer, Rep. Hinchey, Rep. Hanna on Benghazi investigation

We at the Binghamton Political Examiner and M V Consulting, Inc are concerned with the on-going and growing scandal of the consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. Serious questions have arisen due to a lack of consistent and coherent answers about that attack, which affect constituents at various levels. We seek answers on your efforts to help provide constituents with answers

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Sen. Schumer protects your privacy – sometimes

Politicians always want to have every choice both ways. They are for all the positive things that can get them re-elected, and ardently against those that constituents dislike – but by making that tweet Sen. Schumer owes his constituents an explaination. Either privacy is important, or it is not. He does not deserve applause and support for defending privacy while at the same time he has actively promoted a law that will remove the privacy of the most sensitive of data about any individual American.

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Sen. Schumer denounces “job-killing tax”, but forgets a few details

So, when you actually consider the cause-and-effect of this new tax on New York businesses, when you consider the hypocrisy of higher taxes being approved and smaller taxes being challenged, you have to wonder what Senator Schumer is up to. What is it that he is trying to obscure from the view of voters? We also wonder why, so far as we have seen, not one major news media organization has asked Sen. Schumer why he did not ensure the interest-free provision was included in 2009?

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Budget Control Act of 2011 – the questions for NY voters

We would like to believe that all the elected officials in New York acted with the desire for the best for constituents, AND in the manner as they were able to discern was the majority view of constituents. But in the absence of comment, with the reality of the consequences of the vote apparent, we can only ask questions and try to interpert the meaning of the votes.

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