New York values

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New York values refers to glaring difference between New York City and the rest of the nation as they look down their noses at fly-over country. Ted Cruz famously referred to it by saying, "But everyone understands that the values in New York City are socially liberal or pro-abortion or pro- gay-marriage, focus around money and the media...Not a lot of conservatives come out of Manhattan. I’m just saying." [1] New York hasn’t voted for a Republican president since 1984.


New Yorkers are famous for being rude, socially liberal, in favor of big government, in favor of social leftism – and most of all, convinced of their own superiority.

Mark Twain said in 1885, "“All men in New York insult you--there seem to be no exceptions..." Governor Andrew Cuomo said in 2010 that people who are pro-traditional marriage, pro-life, or pro-gun “have no place in the state of New York.”

References

  1. No, Cruz's 'New York Values' Slam Won't Hurt Him. Because He's Right, And Even New Yorkers Know It, DailySignal, January 15, 2016