Eliot Spitzer may have some noses out of joint in Albany.
But Michael Bloomberg, a businessman who learned to govern while in office, clearly seems to see Spitzer’s robust style of bargaining with the legislative branch as a net positive.
During his radio show today, he said:
You have individual Assembly and Senate members who fight for their districts, that’s what they’re supposed to do. You know, they’re hired to represent their districts by the people and then their voters will hold them responsible. But you need a strong executive at the top to lead the whole thing and I think that, you know, Eliot is going in the right direction.
— Azi Paybarah