14 Jan
2007
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No Promises:

After all the talk about how Eliot Spitzer was going to revitalize Upstate New York, his first press release takes a cautious tone.

While explaining his plans to make upstate an economic success, he starts by saying:

“The turnaround we seek won’t be easy and won’t occur immediately, but we will keep at it until the job is done.”

Where have I heard that line before?

He must be practicing for when President Bush puts him in charge of Iraq.

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