31 December 2007

Will he or won't he?

A couple of months ago most of America's pundits would have said that there was no chance that New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg would make an independent run for the US presidency in 2008. Now that no longer looks a safe bet.

If he does, who will it damage most? On the face of it one would think the Republican candidate, especially if they pick someone too far right or excessively Christian, would lose the votes of more centrist, sensible party members but there is always the risk that a Bloomberg bid could through New York's electoral votes into play and I can't see anyway for the Dems to win without New York.

This will have to be watched.

3 comments:

chrisgraysoncom said...

Let's hope he does.

This site may interest you:

[url=http://www.RunMikeRun.com]Run Mike Run[/url]
[url=http://www.RunMikeRun.com]Michael Bloomberg for President[/url]
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It is informational, and contains statements by politicians from both parties, notable business leaders and others regarding a possible third-party run by Mike Bloomberg. It also contains some videos of interviews and others of Mike speaking on issues.

chrisgraysoncom said...

Sorry, screwed the link up with BB code (should have previewed first).

Ill try that again...

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Let's hope he does.

This site may interest you:

Run Mike Run
Michael Bloomberg for President
http://www.RunMikeRun.com

It is informational, and contains statements by politicians from both parties, notable business leaders and others regarding a possible third-party run by Mike Bloomberg. It also contains some videos of interviews and others of Mike speaking on issues.

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