Roundup: You All Look Dull As Hell

Malcolm Smith for Mayor, 2013.

New York Now wonders–too early for 2016?

Jumaane Williams said that he would not have fired David Segal for trying to lit an Army recruitment center on fire.

John Liu’s campaign treasurer was indicted.

A look at the dexterity and wit of Mike Bloomberg’s poetry.

Mr. Schumer and Dr. Spock.

ALEC’s next fight: Renewable energy mandates in New York .

The Dept. of Justice had raised no objection to New York’s redistricting plan.

Danny Kanner has left his post as Eric Schneiderman’s spokesman to become the deputy director of rapid response for the Obama ‘08 effort.

OWS supporters are disappointed that the Tribeca Film Fest has listed Brookfield Properties as one of its sponsors.

A look at when Robert Caro went on the campaign trail with LBJ.

Joe Biden knows how to turn on the charm to a group of donors: “You all look dull as hell, I might add. The dullest audience I have ever spoken to. Just sitting there, staring at me. Pretend you like me!”

Mitt Romney’s campaign manager said that the Obama campaign was like “one of those gyrating, intermittent lawn sprinklers, spewing out attacks in seemingly random directions, hoping to get somebody wet somewhere but hoping even more to talk about anything but the unemployment rate, federal debt, gas prices, or rising health insurance premiums.”

Michael Tomasky says that Mitt Romney is just too white to persuade immigrants.

Does Romney equal Willy Loman?

Romney’s advice to young people: “Borrow money if you have to from your parents, start a business.”

John McCain and Sarah Palin take opposite sides in an Indiana Senate race.