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At Urban Elephants, Scott Sala sees Michael Bloomberg’s appearance with George Bush at the airport this morning as a sign that the outspokenly liberal mayor is moving rightwards.

Here’s his analyisis:

This is very significant in that Bloomberg is swinging his non-partisan scales back to the right a bit, if only just for show. It may greenlight some others to do the same. It may also remind New Yorkers, such as the numerous good government non-partisan voters, that there’s still some Red in this Blue State mayor.

— Josh Benson

UPDATE: I should have noted more explicitly in the original post that this analysis belongs to Scott Sala and not to me. The “block quotes” feature on this blog obviously has its limits.

A Republican After All?