Elsewhere: Bill, Hillary, Models


Bill Clinton doubts Hillary’s chances in 2008. “I don’t know if she can win if she runs.”

A CNN poll finds more Americans blame 9/11 on George Bush than on Clinton.

Rudy Giuliani’s title as America’s Mayor comes under fire. The Uniformed Firefighters Association President Steve Cassidy says, “America’s Mayor is a media concept and I don’t think it’s appropriate.” The head of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, Pat Lynch agrees.

Newsday wonders:

“What Cuomo campaign would be complete without a last-minute, thinly sourced, accuracy-challenged attack from the family’s favorite Fred, Mr. Dicker of the New York Post?”

Some Republicans in Albany spent their 9/11 playing golf and raising money.

State Senator Martin Connor sends out an anonymous attack piece against Ken Diamondstone.

The Atlantic Yards Voter Guide isn’t impressed with the three politicians Brooklyn Assembly candidate Hakeem Jeffries touts in his latest mailing. “Never mind that these pols are not exactly local or have much sway in Brooklyn…”

A New Jersey congressman spoke a little too loudly about a scandal involving Senator Bob Menendez.

A.L. Gordon checks out a school fundraiser in honor of alumni lost on 9/11.

Finally, an important opinion poll of of Fashion Week models.

And pictured above is a poster I saw this Sunday in Harlem. Not quite sure how I feel about it.

— Azi Paybarah

Elsewhere: Bill, Hillary, Models