On any day, New York City brims with Muckety. This week, it runneth over.
World leaders have gathered here for the United Nations General Assembly meeting. Across town, Bill Clinton hosts the annual get-together of the Clinton Global Initiative, attended by some of the same leaders as well as an elite contingent of former heads of state and business executives.
Of course, there’s good Muckety and bad Muckety, and the bad is also here in abundance.
In a rambling rant before the General Assembly Wednesday, Libyan leader Muammar Al-Qadhafi suggested that U.N. headquarters be moved from New York to help allay U.S. concerns about terrorist attack.
If the U.N. were in a different hemisphere, Qadhafi might find a place to pitch his tent.