I have my own Andrew Cuomo story to tell. It’s not nearly as horrible as what seven women have said New York’s Democratic governor inflicted on them. Mine merely serves as a glimpse of Cuomo’s character — a foreshadowing of what was to come. As a Newsday reporter, I wrote a profile in 1991 of Gov. Mario Cuomo’s ambitious son, then 33. As a stepping-stone to his own political career, he’d launched a group of homeless shelters that he billed as a breakthrough answer to a serious social problem.