On the night before last week's primary vote, one of the city's savviest political consultants sat on a bed on the 16th floor of NYU Hospital wearing a loose blue gown that kept slipping off his shoulders. Gary Tilzer didn't bother about the gown. But he was careful to keep his right foot hidden under the covers. This was to help protect it from doctors who had been urging him to have the foot removed due to urgent matters... More >>>