October 10, 2012

THE MOST INTERESTING MAN IN HIS WORLD:

Barry Trails Off . . . (MAUREEN DOWD, 10/10/12, NY Times)

When he speaks at rallies, he doesn't want the stage cluttered with other officeholders. When he rides in his limo, he isn't prone to give local pols a lift. He wants to feel that he doesn't owe his ascension to anyone else -- not a rich daddy, not a spouse or father who was president, not even those who helped at pivotal moments. He believes he could do any job in his White House or campaign, from speechwriter to policy director, better than those holding the jobs.

Posted by at October 10, 2012 3:37 PM
  

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