The NRCC owes Mike Arcuri, his staff, his family, and his friends an apology.
It owes the tax payers of Oneida County an apology.
It owes the residents of the 24th Congressional District an apology.
This latest piece of stench is another page in their attempt to scare women into not voting for Mike Arcuri.
Their loss that we are not all stepford women and that we can and do think.
Republicans, we know the case you are trying to twist into a rapist allowed to go free. Here's the rest of the story:
1) The victim ran away and was not found within the time allowed to indict.
2) The rapist was tried and convicted and sent to jail
Republicans, we know that if you dial the wrong number in a hotel room, you get billed for the first minute $1.25. Here's the rest of the story:
1) a lawyer dialed 800-457-8462 and hung up when he realized it was wrong number.
2) now realizing that it was a toll call, the same lawyer used his calling card and called 518-457-8462 and reached the intended New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. 3) The lawyer was meeting with Mike Arcuri during the NYS District Attorney's Association Conference.
What offensive, lying, fear-mongering trash will you dump on us next?
Arcuri was the first man to be chosen the Mohawk Valley YWCA's Person of the Year award for his efforts in dealing with Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
He was instrumental in the formation of the Oneida County Drug Task force and the Utica Arson Task force.
He created a Special Victims Unit in the DA's office as well as a Victim Advocate position.
Under his leadership, the DA's office has a 92% conviction rate.
His efforts brought the Child Advocacy Center to Oneida County.
Democratic women and independent women have been getting the vile mailings and phone calls trying to frighten us into not voting for Mike.
We know better and it's got nothing to do with how a person looks.
And we know how to deal with spoiled, temper-tantrum-throwing, lying immature humans.
It's no longer enough to throw the bums out. They need to sit in a corner until they learn how to live with other humans.