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Big Red, red-faced

Jay Fitzgerald writes on Hub Blog: “Not for a second do I believe Bill Weld knowingly approved of any wrongdoing at the now defunct Decker College.” Of course not. That’s never been Big Red’s M.O. Rather, when he’s failed, it’s been because he’s disconnected, uninterested, not paying attention to the job at hand. And that’s why Jay is correct when he adds, “I have a feeling Weld’s candidacy for governor of New York has all but ended as of today.”

In case you missed it, here is the story Jay is talking about.

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1 Comment

  1. Anonymous

    A state rep once told me the most frustrating thing about Weld was the sense of intellect and talent being squandered. I guess he was more “NYC” than “Boston” all the time. What do we have to do around here to unearth someone with character and integrity?

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