A Foolproof Formula for a Mayor-for-Life
Pruden, Wesley, The Washington Times (Washington, DC)
Just like Bill Clinton, all Marion Barry wants is to hold on to his job for life.
Like the president, His Honor relishes the big car, the big cigar, the endless talk-talk, the high quality of the bimbos who cross his line of sight.
The president has Dick Morris for advice, by telephone if no longer in person, though the president probably isn't sure what Dick means by wanting to keep his client on his toes.
The mayor, on the other hand, needs help. So here's a little advice, guaranteed to make the title mayor-for-life more than merely an accusation:
"Collect the garbage, fill the potholes, catch the crooks and put out the fires, and find someone with big boots to kick the widebutts in parking and …
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Publication information: Article title: A Foolproof Formula for a Mayor-for-Life. Contributors: Pruden, Wesley - Author. Newspaper title: The Washington Times (Washington, DC). Publication date: January 24, 1997. Page number: 4. © 2009 The Washington Times LLC. COPYRIGHT 1997 Gale Group.
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