Wednesday, March 12, 2008

We Like Mike For NY Governor (Not US President)

With N.Y. Gov. Eliot Spitzer's resignation earlier today, speculation now turns to which non-Democrat would be best positioned to run for the office in the '10 election. Newsday reports that, by an "overwhelming 73 percent to 22 percent margin", New York City voters want Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Republican turned Independent, to run. Let's hope he does.

If there is not a strong enough Republican to be elected, then Bloomberg would be a good second choice. Bloomberg also needs to get his mind off of running for President this year as an Independent. We don't need him to play a spoiler role a la Ross Perot in '92.

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