The New York Post's description of a "blind rage" may be overstating things just a bit, but New York Gov. David Paterson was none too pleased with his impersonation this weekend on Saturday Night Live. The skit featured Fred Armisen playing Paterson, who is blind, as directionless and holding signs upside down. "I can take a joke," Paterson insisted to reporters, but then complained that the spoof was a "third-grade depiction of people and the way they look" and it might give the impression that "disability goes hand-in-hand with an inability to run a government or business." The New York Times reports that Paterson’s new plan to trim the state’s deficit includes taxes on furs, boats, and soft drinks.