"Arcuri is our candidate. Deal with it."
"You might not feel like you're getting enough attention, but maybe you need to ask yourselves if there's a reason for that?"
"Some fringe group like the DFA..."
"The left-wingers are going to vote for him anyway, so why not concentrate on the centrists and wavering Republicans that really matter?"
These are just a few of the comments left here recently by supporters of Michael Arcuri, belittling Democrats that they need to vote for Arcuri.
A piece of advice: Listen to yourselves. When you come on here and show such animosity to the Democratic base in the name of promoting Mike Arcuri's candidacy and then ask people to donate money to Arcuri, you shouldn't be surprised that Arcuri's online fundraising is so pathetically small.
Democrats are not going to support Michael Arcuri just because he's a Democrat. It doesn't matter if there isn't a primary election. Arcuri still has to earn the support of rank and file Democrats in New York's 24th District.
Arcuri's sluggish campaigning is leading many Democrats to worry. Arcuri supporters shouldn't make their candidate's task harder by alienating the Democratic activists he'll need to win.