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Eileen Mac, tie-breaker

The Globe columnist essentially takes the Herald’s side on the matter of whether Boston Mayor Tom Menino said enough about crime in his speech on Monday. McNamara writes:

I do wonder … what the mayor was thinking when he relegated to a few sentences in his feel-good speech any mention of a rash of homicides that left 75 people dead in Boston in the year just ended. The introduction of a direct Boston-to-Beijing flight from Logan International Airport somehow does not feel like an adequate counter to that bad news.

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  1. Anonymous

    It would appear that there is no “there” there after all with the Mayah. Now that he has been reelected, watch the folks who paid for the party scatter. They have what they wanted, access. If this is what he calls “leadership”, Boston is in deep doo-doo. He’s no Giuliani.

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