D.C. Mayor Fenty Apologizes for 'Aloof Management Style'

The Black Snob asks the question, "Is this a kindler, gentler Fenty?"


In a one-on-one debate with D.C. Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray, D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty apologized for his "aloof management style," vowing to do better if re-elected. Fenty, who is trailing Gray, is trying to convince voters to disregard what some have called a distant demeanor that has isolated D.C. residents. He acknowledged that his management style may have given the perception that he "left people behind." You think? At least he was willing to admit his mistakes while asking for another chance to govern the nation's capital. His newfound humility, however, may be too much, too little, too late for D.C. residents.

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