All Politics is Local

Here’s Harlem-based architect Michael Cogen explaining Michael Bloomberg’s enthusiastically positive reception from the crowd he spoke to last night on 125th Street.

Presented (by me) with a choice between the job Bloomberg has done as mayor, his track record as a businessman, or the fact that he’s now speculative presidential material, Cogen said that the national stuff was the least of it.

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