Saturday, March 8, 2008
Of Manhattan, Women and Presidential Campaigns..
Thank You Adam Brooks and the makers of Definitely, Maybe.
As a young hopeful in the Barack Obama ’08 campaign, and a man who adores being in New York City, I just had to write about it.
William Haze moves from Madison, WI to New York City to work in Clinton’s 1992 bid for election as the 42nd President of the United States. And what follows is his pursuits in love and in life, with Manhattan as his accomplice.
Everybone who has made speeches in front of shaving mirrors, gone inside dingy campaign offices to be working with people who seem to have all the quirks in the world, eaten bagels for all the three meals of the day from the sidewalks of New York City and still believed in the inherent ideals that dictate the art of Politics as something for the better of the world we live in, go and watch it. If you have been involved in other liberal campaigns, you would also testify the fact that there is more than a smattering of interesting women.
Another reason to be a liberal, I guess.