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nascarIn his recent HBO special, “Politics of Self-Destruction,” comedian  Robin Williams had a terrific suggestion: Politicians should be required by law to wear the logos of all the major contributors to their campaigns–just like the sponsor decals displayed by NASCAR drivers–so that we know who is financing them.

Perhaps Gov. David Paterson could add that to his list of campaign finance reform ideas pitched to an auditorium of sour-puss lawmakers yesterday.

“The moneyed interests–many are here today as guests–have got to understand that their days of influence in this town are numbered,” Gov. Paterson boldly declared during his annual “State of the State” message.

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