Roundup: My Job Is Not To Make Some Random No-Name Blogger Happy

Mike Bloomberg blamed the press for controversy over stop-and-frisk.

Christine Quinn on criticism from the lefty blogosphere: “I don’t work for them. My job is not to make some random no-name blogger happy.”

Charlie King with not be the new chairman of the state Democratic Party.

Chuck Schumer’s spokesman had a beef with the Daily Caller.

Dick Gottfried said that legalizing medical marijuana here will not turn New York into California.

Dean Skelos raised the possibility of investigating the new ethics watchdog after a letter informing his Tom Libous, his top legislative deputy, that he is under investigation was made public.

A federal judge gave the green light to a lawsuit against stop-and-frisk.

Michael Grimm’s dog, Sebastian, stayed in the news.

Elizabeth Crowley was endorsed by electrical workers Local 3.

Rory Lancman continued to go after purported rival candidate Robert Mittman.

It does’t seem like the Queens GOP feud will be ending anytime soon.

Liz Benjamin does further reporting on the DC37 for Charles Barron story.

A look at the New York fake id market.

Crossroads GPS announced a $20 million ad buy.

The Romney campaign and the Secret Service aggressively kept reporters from a rope line.

Mitt Romney has warned against a “prairie fire of debt” sweeping the nation, but under his leadership, Massachusetts had the highest per capita debt of any state.

Joe Biden hit Romney on his Bain record.

Cory Booker doesn’t think President Barack Obama’s gay marriage stance will hurt him with black voters.

Rep. Joe Pitts seems woefully out-of-date on the Middle East conflict.

Mike Huckabee: “President Obama has surrounded himself with morally repugnant political whores with misshapen values and gutter-level ethics.”

Herman Cain says he “evolved,” and is now firmly behind Mitt Romney.

Roundup: My Job Is Not To Make Some Random No-Name Blogger Happy