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Bad Bloomberg Theories
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Just wanted to quickly shoot down a few other Bloomberg theories that have been floated around the blogs:

Matt Yglesias argues that Bloomberg could be the best bet for libertarians, if only they could get over their disproportionate reaction to his nanny-state policies such as the smoking and trans fat bans. Er, yeah, that, and the fact that he’s a tax hiker.

Over at Tapped, Paul Starr touts Bloomberg as a possible Democratic VP candidate. While the Democratic Party would certainly be a more comfortable ideological fit for him, I don’t see why a man with a massive ego who has spent decades as the top dog would be willing to be the second dog. Not to mention the fact that he’d be pushing 75 on Inauguration Day 2017.

At RomneyCentral, Hugh Hewitt describes why a Bloomberg candidacy “has to help” his man Mitt. Do you really need me to comment on this? Didn’t think so.

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