““Mayor Dracula” Christine Quinn hid in the shadows of City Hall yesterday — lamenting that her vamp-y image was haunting her on the city streets.”

“. . . . Quinn braved the sunlight yesterday as she headed to City Hall in a pantsuit. Fortunately for her political handlers, it made her look more like a politician than a member of The Cure.”

I personally don’t get the brouhaha about the NYC mayoral frontrunner that the the cover of New York Magazine causedI mean, this is NYC we are talking about, not Peoria, Iowa.  Can’t a lady wear a black trench coat with an upturned collar without her being labeled the daughter of Dracula?  On the other hand, I think that Christine Quinn should just go with it.  She looks great in black and Mayor Dracula is a pretty awesome nickname.  I hope that this incident doesn’t mean that Ms. Quinn will spend the rest of this campaign in brown pants suits.  Sadly, that seems to be where her advisers are guiding her.

 

Tiny top hat tip — Francie S.

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~ by siouxsielaw on January 30, 2013.

3 Responses to “““Mayor Dracula” Christine Quinn hid in the shadows of City Hall yesterday — lamenting that her vamp-y image was haunting her on the city streets.””

  1. People are so damn uptight. I thought it was a good-looking cover. And, yeah, people can call me Dracula and I’ll be like “Thank you!”

  2. Bummer. I like the cover photo, too. If Houston can have a openly lesbian mayor, why can’t NYC have a vampy one? 🙂

  3. Quinn looks great on the cover. I don’t care about her politics. I am pulling for her.

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