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First Harold Ford Jr, then Mort Zuckerman , now another Morning Joe's Stooge is considering to run for Secrety of State Hillary Clinton's old senate seat. The stooge in question is no other than Dan Senor, former Dick Cheney's aide, who created those "WMD in Iaq", and also the Husband of CNN's Anchor Campbell Brown.

According to TPM, A Manhattan voter received a phone call last night, asking his opinion about Senor and his wife, CNN anchor Campbell Brown. I wonder if CNN is aware of that. How can Campbell be "fair and balanced" when her husband is considering a potential bid for US Senate and running polls about him and her image ?

Dan Senor, the former Bush administration foreign policy advisor and husband to CNN's Campbell Brown, is said to be considering entering the New York senate race as a Republican. "I think he's very interested," said a Republican source. "He's very bright, would be a strong candidate."

Senor recently co-wrote a book with his brother-in-law, Saul Singer, entitled Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle. But he also has kept a hand in American politics. He's on the board of the Foreign Policy Initiative, a neo-conservative project founded by Bill Kristol, and he recently appeared on a conference call for reporters organized by the RNC, about President Obama's Afghanistan policy.

According to Murdoch's Rag, The New York Post , Senor has been meeting with people recent weeks around the state - including "political people and money types," said one source. Senor has already spoken with state GOP chairman Ed Cox, The Knickerbocker confirmed.

As pointed by the NY Post, Senor is the founder of Rosemont Capital LLC, and brings to his resume the fact that he was among the civilian officials who served the longest in Iraq as the post-Saddam Hussein government was being established.

He was also once of the mastermind of the War in Iraq. Senor doesn't hide his admiration for Former Vice-President Dick Cheney. Knowing how popular is Dick Cheney in NY, I bet an endorsement from Cheney will help Senor's chance to get elected ?

Thank you, Govenor Paterson, because your poor leadership during the process of picking Clinton's successor, we have now to endure those clowns i.e Ford, Senor...etc.

Anyway I still think Senator Gillibrand will won that race.

Originally posted to LaurenMonica on Wed Feb 24, 2010 at 02:25 PM PST.


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