From the Daily News:
For a guy who made billions keeping track of financial information, Mayor Bloomberg seems to be having a little trouble keeping his numbers straight.
During his weekly radio appearance Friday, Bloomberg - who's seeking a third term and has promised to stop there - made a reference to plans for a FOURTH term.
WOR Radio host John Gambling asked the incumbent independent about his new "Gateway to the Middle Class" campaign plan, which would have 120,000 New Yorkers graduating community colleges by 2020.
"Community colleges are really a step for a lot of people," Bloomberg began. Then the mayor stepped in it.
"We did it as part of something where I was trying to lay out in the campaign [what] you would do in a fourth term, which I think you have a responsibility to do," he continued.
"So let me talk about that another time, because otherwise it gets too close to the campaign," he demurred.
Bloomberg spokesman Stu Loeser - for the second time in as many weeks - insisted the mayor has absolutely no interest in a fourth term, and had simply meant to refer to his hopes to score a third.