Brodsky Makes a Mockery

As Assemblyman Richard Brodsky was passing by my desk/poker table in the Legislative Correspondents Association room in the Capitol earlier today, I asked him what he though of Michael Bloomberg changing his party registration.

"I wasn't surprised," said Brodsky, a Democrat. "The Republican Party has been for rent for years."


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