Adolfo Carrion may be running for city comptroller but he seems to be more than a little intrigued with the idea of serving in a potential Obama administration.
Asked on NY1 last night if, considering his friendship and recent meeting with Obama, he would take a job working for a President Obama, Carrion said something very close to the following (we're working on getting the exact quote): "If the President of the United States calls you into national service, you better have a very good reason for saying no." That's going much further than the usual noncommittal response politicians give like, "My only focus right now is to represent the people I've been elected to serve," or "I have no plans to do anything but serve out my term as Bronx borough president and run for city comptroller."
Friday, June 13, 2008
Posted by Jordan Moss at 1:39 PM