The Morning Read: Monday, February 11, 2008

The Financial Times‘ Clive Crook feeds into the latest narrative about Barack Obama, writing, “Admittedly, in many ways he is too good to be true.”

Obama won every contest this weekend.

He also won a Grammy Award.

One of Patti Solis Doyle’s errors was not telling Hillary Clinton how much money the campaign was spending, according the Washington Post.

Obama is also expected to do well in Tuesday’s primaries.

Clinton met with John Edwards on Thursday.

The fight over Florida and Michigan’s delegates continues.

Michael Bloomberg’s modus operandi is to be silent until making a big decision.

The mayor has a fan at Northeastern University.

A school that teaches ethics is involved in Joe Bruno’s business dealings.

Spitzer aides handed over documents to the Albany County District Attorney.

The Albany County District Attorney is investigating Spitzer’s chief counsel, David Nocenti.

Ed Cox isn’t interested in rescuing the New York Republican Party.

Dan Gerstein is writing Christine Quinn’s State of the City speech.

The city is getting ready to shut off water to some residents.

Doug Schoen writes a column saying that voters’ anger with the status quo “will determine who the next president will be.”

And Jacob Gershman wonders what Democrats will do once they take over the State Senate.

The Morning Read: Monday, February 11, 2008