Out in Rye Brook saturday, Westchester County Executive Andy Spano mused on the significance of the job of Lieutenant Governor:
“I used to think about Lieutenant Governor when I was younger,” he said. “I was the county clerk…. Everyone used to ask me, ‘What’s your ambition?’ I used to say county clerk, Lieutenant Governor, Vice President. I don’t want to work my whole life.”
Why did Paterson want that job again?
ALSO: You can listen to Spano’s routine here. (This is my first shot at putting sound from my trusty digital recorder online. Hope to do more, and of more significance, as time goes on.)