Friday, December 26, 2008

A Tale of Bloomberg, Wolfson, Caroline - and Randi Too

One of Glover's top clients is the United Federation of Teachers, and Wolfson's move to Bloomberg may be a signal that the union's retreat on the term-limits bill in October will be repeated in the mayoral election, with union president Randi Weingarten, who's often railed against Bloomberg education policies, neutralized or even backing Bloomberg.


The Village Voice

Inside Mayor Bloomberg's Hiring of Hillary Clinton Aide Howard Wolfson

4 comments:

  1. I'm just waiting to write to Senator Caroline Kennedy about this. Wait, I can't do that. She's a supportor of Bloomberg/klein also. Is there anyone left to go to? How about that guy Marty Markowitz; he's funny.

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  2. Marty's too nice a guy to win.
    He's known to really care about people and get things done.
    Corruption seems to be the order of the day. The more corrupt a politician is, the more likely they will be elected.
    Has politics changed much?

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  3. Marty is a wolf in sheeps clothing -- remember he has been a Bloomberg sycophant for years!

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  4. I've watched MArty work since he was a student at Brooklyn College and use to come to my building on Ocean Ave in the 70's when we had landlord problems.

    Marty went too far into the power system and is totally owned by Bloomberg. I saw how Martine Guerrier, a good choice for the PEP as Brooklyn rep began to modify her critique of BloomKlein as Marty grew more ambitious - and so did she as she ended up with a 150K job in the Klein admin.

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