Al Lewis lashed out at his political opponents but saved a few taunts for some of his supporters during a campaign stop.

The actor-activist and current Green Party candidate for governor of New York took swipes Thursday at current "Gov. George `Potatohead' Pataki" and New York "Sen. Alfonse `Pothole' D'Amato.""I hope nobody gets offended. And if you do, that's your problem; it ain't mine," said the 88-year-old who is best known for playing the role of Grandpa Munster in the 1960s television series "The Munsters."

"I appeal to the largest block of voters in New York," he said. "It's the embarrassing number of 60 percent who don't vote."

Lewis said the reason Americans don't vote is because they believe that without the cash to make big political contributions, their interests won't be represented.


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