On one of my first entries at the NY13 blog, I responded to a reader's question regarding the SILive forums and I noted how the Harrison campaign does not tell its supporters what to do or say.
When it comes to the McMahon camp, I'm not sure if I can say the same.
Two days ago, a post by a McMahon supporter hinged on hateful rhetoric and brushed aside the recent homicides on the North Shore.
McMahon and his supporters should know better - it's his district, after all.
We must come together as a community and do something about the guns and violence in neighborhoods across the Island.
Watch the video below and look at the faces of the young children who have hopes and dreams for their future.
If we promise families that we will work to make their communities safer, then we must keep our promise and stand by them.
The "Walk of Remembrance" was meant to symbolize a strong community united in fighting for a better life for themselves and a brighter future for their children.
Steve Harrison stood shoulder to shoulder with the men and women who believed this.
Unfortunately, McMahon thought other things were more important on that day than serving the people of his district.