Even Rick Lazio!
The New York attorney general files suit against Intel, to protect us all.
Especially since it was right after Cuomo gave a blatantly governor-esque speech.
"I didn't sign up for this," the governor told a luncheon yesterday.
The bank fights back against the attorney general's accusations that they were "hindering" his investigation into Merrill Lynch bonuses.
Another winning strategy.
AIG CEO Robert Benmosche reportedly "regrets his comments regarding Mr. Cuomo and the tone of those comments."
Just in time for Halloween!
Rebukes from the White House and the tabloids didn't stop him from doubling-down over the weekend.
The message of which is: Don't mess with the AG.
"The attorney general's office has been considering the legality of the appointment since it first came to light on Monday."
His blindness. Just kidding! His BLACKNESS.
A report from last night's 'Julie & Julia' screening.
Perhaps unduly titillated by Andrew Cuomo's bonus report, the House votes 237–185 to allow government to set compensation.
And Mets player David Wright is the newest partner for Mission, a beauty line tailored to athletes.
The "tortoise and the hare" campaign approach appears to be very popular this year.
No, really. That's how Sandra Lee describes herself.
According to some good-government advocates, yes. According to Andrew Cuomo, no.
Some of his money seems to have rubbed against some other money, improperly.