Actually he said no such thing.
What he really said, related to me by Liz Dupont-Diehl (Lamont Campaign Media Coordinator, at left in photo), was that my 10-minute tape of the interview of Hartford social activist Murva Jackson "...was fine..."; except for the annoyingly loud jazz piped throughout the store that was picked up by the mic. However, he did report that my hand-held mic helped with making it possible to hear Murva at all.
Robert Greenwald, of course, is the big deal Hollywood producer who made the Ned Lamont 10-minute fund raising video. I taped the Murva Jackson interview for possible inclusion in the project, and while it's a good interview, it didn't match the tone and pace of the Lamont video. It may be used for a future project.
I don't know if I'll put "...didn't suck!" on my resume, but then again, that might be the best review my work has never generated.