http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/13/ny...ef=global-homeIn a sign of just how far Mr. Patersonís fortunes have fallen, the governor now faces growing doubts from a group that has been among his most loyal: black elected officials, clergy members and voters.
It is a remarkable turnaround for a man whose ascension to the governorís office just over a year ago set off a swell of pride and joy in black communities. Mr. Paterson became New Yorkís first black governor...
Is this the future for Obama?
They are similar types, with the exception Paterson is the unelected Governor.
I don't expect brothers and sisters to abandon "The One we have been waiting for", but the remainder of the country could represent a similar response as Paterson is facing.
Tea parties representing only the beginning.