Gov. Paterson fearful for post-Albany life

Vince Coglianese Contributor
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ALBANY — There are some dark days ahead for outgoing Gov. Paterson.

The lame-duck governor admitted yesterday he’s fearful about giving up the cadre of handlers who have helped him navigate through his daily routine, and wonders how he’ll fend for himself as a blind man in New York City.

“So many duties that I would perform are really performed for me,” Paterson said during a marathon, five-hour appearance with WFAN’s “Mike’d Up” host, Mike Francesa.

“I’ve lost my sense of instinctive reaction, and I’m actually thinking I’m going to have to go back to one of the services for the blind and be retrained.”

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