President Bloomberg?

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Michael Goodwin, Daily News columnist, Pulitzer Prize winner and the News' former Executive editor and Editorial Page editor and John Harwood, political editor for the Wall Street Journal, discuss Mayor Bloomberg's chances in a presidential race.


Michael Goodwin and John Harwood
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Comments [1]

Jack Green from Manattan, NY

Why does every other candidate merit a discussion about religion, particularly Romney and Guiliani, but a half hour discussion of bloombergs running for president doesn't elicit a single question about how a jewish candidate for president is going to fly in Alabama? Shouldn't a discussion of his chances answer this question. It's wonderful that someone thinks his issues like uniting government are important issues, but why is Romney's Mormonism discussed for an hour but no discussion of this?

Jun. 21 2007 10:28 AM

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