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The Grandmotherly Governor and Her Carrots: A Satirical Look at Hochul’s Housing Plan

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In the world of politics, there’s no shortage of BS. And today, we’re taking a closer look at the latest serving from New York’s Governor Kathy Hochul.

Hochul, who recently announced a $650 million housing incentives plan, has been parading around Long Island, trying to drum up support for her $233 billion budget plan. She’s been playing the role of the doting grandmother, promising to build a better future for the young ones who can’t afford to live in the towns they grew up in.

But let’s not forget, this is the same Hochul who previously tried to push a politically radioactive proposal to mandate more housing in New York City suburbs, only to abandon it when she realized her sticks were more like twigs. And let’s not forget her attempt to legalize apartments on single-family lots, which was also set aside.

Now, she’s back with a new plan, and this time, she’s brought carrots. Or rather, checks. To access the $650 million in funds, communities will first have to receive a ‘pro-housing’ certification from the state, a sort of gold star given to communities receptive to housing development.

But outside the high school where Hochul was speaking, a small group of protestors gathered, their signs reading ‘No housing development!’ It seems not everyone is buying into Hochul’s grandmotherly charm and her bag of carrots.

So, is Hochul’s housing plan a genuine attempt to address the housing crisis, or is it just another cleverly disguised cow pie? Only time will tell. But one thing’s for sure, in the world of politics, there’s always plenty of BS to go around.

For more on this story, check out the full article on Politico (source).

16 Responses

  1. Ah, the cl#flops#ic political dance of promises and backtracks. Hochul seems to have a knack for stirring the pot and then serving up a new dish. Will this $650 million plan stick, or will it dissolve like sugar in water? Time will tell, but I won’t be holding my breath.

  2. Hochul’s housing plan seems to have more twists and turns than a soap opera plot. From radioactive proposals to abandoned ideas, now we have a ‘pro-housing’ certification. It’s like a reality show where communities compete for the golden ticket to affordable housing. What a spectacle!

  3. The audacity of Governor Kathy Hochul to parade around with her so-called housing incentives plan after her previous failed attempts at pushing controversial proposals is infuriating. It’s clear she’s more interested in optics than real solutions for the housing crisis. Shameful!

    1. Governor Hochul’s housing incentives plan may be a step in the right direction, but her track record does raise some concerns. Let’s hope this plan actually helps those in need and isn’t just another political stunt. Time will tell if this is a genuine solution or just more smoke and mirrors.

  4. It’s always interesting when politicians come bearing gifts, especially after previous failed attempts. Hochul’s housing plan seems to have some good intentions, but given her track record, it’s understandable to approach it with skepticism. The ‘pro-housing’ certification requirement adds an interesting twist to the narrative. Let’s see if this plan truly addresses the housing crisis or if it’s just another political maneuver. As they say, in politics, there’s no shortage of BS.

  5. Governor Kathy Hochul’s housing incentives plan seems like a desperate attempt to win over the public with empty promises and flashy gestures. Her track record of failed proposals and flip-flopping decisions raises serious doubts about the sincerity of her latest plan. It’s frustrating to see politicians like her play with people’s lives and futures for their own political gain.

    1. Your skepticism is well-founded. It’s hard to trust politicians when they make promises that seem too good to be true. Let’s hope Governor Hochul’s housing incentives plan actually makes a positive impact on those in need, rather than just being a political ploy. Time will tell if her actions match her words.

  6. Ah, the cl#flops#ic political dance of promises and backtracks. Hochul seems to have a knack for stirring the pot and then conveniently changing her tune. Will this $650 million plan actually make a dent in the housing crisis, or is it just another shiny distraction?

  7. Ah, the cl#flops#ic political dance of promises and pitfalls. Hochul’s housing plan seems like a mix of good intentions and questionable tactics. Will it solve the crisis or just add more fertilizer to the field? Time will tell, but I’m not holding my breath.

  8. Ah, another day, another politician trying to sprinkle some fairy dust on their housing plan. Hochul’s ‘pro-housing’ certification sounds like a parti#flops#tion trophy for towns. Bravo, you’re open to housing! What a groundbreaking concept.

  9. Hochul’s housing incentives plan sounds like a mix of ‘Grandma knows best’ and ‘Let’s make a deal’. With protestors waving ‘No housing development’ signs, it seems like not everyone is ready to take a bite of the carrot. Will this plan bloom or wither like a forgotten houseplant? Only in the world of politics, folks!

    1. Sounds like Hochul’s plan is facing some tough opposition! It will be interesting to see if she can navigate through the political minefield and actually make a positive impact on the housing crisis. Let’s hope for the best outcome!

  10. Hochul’s housing incentives plan sounds like a mix of good intentions and political maneuvering. It’s always entertaining to watch politicians juggle public opinion and their own agendas. Let’s see if this plan actually brings some relief to the housing crisis or if it’s just another shiny distraction in the world of New York politics.

  11. Hochul’s latest housing plan feels like a recycled script from a B-list political drama. Promises, protests, and a sprinkle of ‘pro-housing’ certifications – it’s all too familiar. Let’s see if this plan has more substance than her previous proposals or if it’s just another case of smoke and mirrors.

  12. The intricacies of Governor Kathy Hochul’s housing plan are indeed perplexing. It’s challenging to discern whether her intentions are genuine or if this is just another political maneuver. The mix of promises, past proposals, and current actions creates a cloud of uncertainty around the true nature of the plan.

  13. Hochul’s grand gestures and promises of a better future for the youth are as convincing as a used car salesman’s pitch. $650 million in funds tied to a ‘pro-housing’ certification? It’s like a game show where the prize is basic decency.

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