Donna Shalala, clothed in green from her jacket to her slacks, beamed for the cameras.
She had elfishly appeared on the 50-yard line during a commercial break, smiling and
shaking hands with a representative from the Miccosukee Tribe that had helped us out with a million bucks to get the first Presidential debate. Next was a crowd of rich-looking people holding several large cardboard checks. Wave and smile to the crowd. A few minutes later she was on the sidelines, chatting and taking photos with a conspicuously clad Ken Dorsey, who was recognized by quite a few students.
She’s been in the papers steadily for weeks. First it was for Momentum, the campaign for the University of Miami’s empty pocketbook