No, there will not be any off-color jokes about Spitzer (or Weiner) here.
I leave that to the NY Post; they seem to possess a bottomless pit of double-entendres.
(I will say, though, that during the NY mayoral primary election, I had been approaching NYC newsstands with caution, as I don’t really enjoy reading headlines while some stranger leers in my direction, as though we are sharing the latest crude “joke.”)
And I am not going to say much of anything about Spitzer’s prostitution scandal. The details are well known enough to all….
But the run for NYC Mayor appears more problematic.
As of last week, Democrat Bill de Blasio, who easily won the primary, is leading Republican Joe Lhota by 41 points.
De Blasio currently holds the office of Public Advocate. (I don’t know what a Public Advocate does. And I can’t find anyone else who seems to know, either.)
It appears that de Blasio has a nice family. He has no public record to speak of. And he likes to engage in class warfare, frequently talking about NYC as “two cities.” His main policy seems to be “taxing the rich.”