New York's beleaguered governor talks candidly with Lloyd Grove about:
•His critics: "In the middle of World War II, if we had a country full of people like people are suggesting I do, we'd be living under Nazi rule right now."
•A racially charged spat with New York media over a BET party: "It was designed to make me look not serious, and all the stereotypical, you know, classless aspects often attributed to African Americans"
•His abysmal ratings: 30 percent approvals are "an improvement."
•His Senate appointment brawl with Caroline Kennedy
•The veto that "still haunts" him