Into the mirror black

And here we go, as the republicans (small r intentional) must be kicking themselves for not having a dog in this race.

Wishneff, who could have had the easiest run of all - let's his big mouth get in the way of any real progress and ruins his chances for re-election.

Harris - well, I hope he has started dusting off his shelves, cleaning out the desk. Without some major shenanigans, he is a lame duck on his way to the packing plant.

Lea, probably a shoe in. Has Anita Price done anything since she announced?

And Court Rosen, well what a tangled web he is turning out to be.

This election is getting ugly folks - so far the only one I trust is Garner.

Bowers reminds me of a few former mayors of New York City rolled into one.

Sorry it has taken me so long to get back in the swing of things - especially after all the loaded articles last week. It pained me to not be able to post about them, but family comes first.

Of course, I wish some of our elected officials would get that message. But what have you. There will be more to come in the coming days. I've been sitting on some powder-kegs, and I feel a little Donkey Kong.

Question is - which one is Mario?

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