Late-night election junkies may have caught Carl Paladino's parting words after being bounced from the New York governor's race. But for those who didn't catch them the first time, his concession speech is classic Paladino—perhaps one of the last such moments we'll get for a while. This time he wields a baseball bat (a "metaphor for the people") that he slowly raises to make a final jab at victorious Democrat Andrew Cuomo. Slinging the bat over his shoulder, he declares to applause: "Make no mistake, you have not heard the last of Carl Paladino!"
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