• New Yorkers Would Prefer Their Governor Frequent Hookers Than Be David Paterson

    Poor Governor Paterson. This kind of rejection has to be hard on a guy's sense of self respect. (Good thing not having any is a prerequisite for higher office in New York State.)

    Fourteen months after being elevated to the governor’s job, David A. Paterson is deeply unpopular among New Yorkers, who doubt his ability to grapple with the state’s increasingly bleak economic situation, according to a poll by The New York Times, Cornell University and NY1 News…

    Mr. Paterson is now less popular in the state than his predecessor, Eliot Spitzer, who resigned in disgrace after being identified as the client of a prostitution ring. Only 21 percent of New York voters say they have a favorable view of Mr. Paterson; 26 percent have a favorable view of Mr. Spitzer.

    Yeah, well, of course. I mean, at least Spitzer was doing something to help stimulate the state's economy. And here's Paterson, who hasn't so much as paid for a hand job from a tranny.

    Don't think we're not paying attention, Governor.

    Tags: David Paterson, Economy, Eliot Spitzer, New York


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