“George Pataki has slid into obscurity and nobody cares,” said George Marlin, the former executive director of the Port Authority and Pataki critic, on Fred Dicker’s radio show this morning.
Pataki, at least, is keeping busy.
He’s getting his consulting company off the ground, he’s doing some work with the United Nations, and he’s teaming up with Gov. Tom Vilsack
working on global warming issues for the Council of Foreign of Relations. And he still has his political action committee, poised and ready for something or another.
Whether anyone cares, I guess, is another story.