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Former NY governor, Eliot Spitzer, the man called "the Sheriff of Wall Street" might consider running for?

office again: "The deposed Dem - in a Newsweek cover story that offers his most expansive public comments to date on the sex scandal - also refused to rule out running again for office." http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2009/04/20/2009-04-20_spitzer_opens_up_about_family_temptations.html Interesting that the Feds, who obviously had nothing bigger to work on, arrested him for buying an escort as he attempted to investigate ugly racial mortgage steering, doing the Bush Regulators jobs for them while the feds tried to block the investigation. Coincidence? I think not. http://www.gregpalast.com/elliot-spitzer-gets-nailed/ This guy went up against Countrywide, the Bush Regulators and Ben Bernanke...and look what happened to him. I might move to New York so I can campaign for him!

Asked By: hotpinkKITTY - 4/22/2009
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I also don't think it was coincidence. I didn't buy that from the start... More
Answered By: justgoodfolk - 4/22/2009
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And Why is a Gay man judging a Miss America Pageant Again? can anyone explain that to me?
Answered By: James Bong, The Pirate Dong - 4/22/2009
 
Isn't he the hooker guy?
Answered By: Bob Loblaw - 4/22/2009
 
I'd vote for the guy, I don't have a problem with hookers.
Answered By: Metal Mike - 4/22/2009
 
he's a good guy just couldn't hold the addiction down
Answered By: vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv - 4/22/2009
 
Your use of the term "campaign for him" is one that I have not seen before.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 4/22/2009
 
Remember Marion Barry? So it's possible.
Answered By: Kay - 4/22/2009
 
Campaign Motto: 'Client 9 in 2009'
Answered By: Siddhartha - 4/22/2009
 
Pul-leeze. I'm in New York and while Paterson is a total disaster, Spitzer proved to be a petulant, rich-kid brat who got in his own way. At least Andrew Cuomo's been relatively hooker and tantrum free.
Answered By: Eddie Cacciatore, Private Eye - 4/22/2009
 
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