Monday, September 5, 2011

NYC Educator: It's Good to be King

NYC Educator: It's Good to be King:

It's Good to be King

Mayor Bloomberg has no problem covering up for thebehavior of his Deputy Mayor. Why make things public? You don't want to complicate things or embarrass anyone.

The mayor denied that he had misled the public when he issued a news release Aug. 4 saying that Mr. Goldsmith was “leaving to pursue private-sector opportunities in infrastructure finance.”

Of course. The fact that he was leaving for a completely unrelated reason is neither here nor there. But why embarrass the guy? It's not like he's a teacher or anything. I mean, if he were, you'd need to reveal his

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