Skip to comments.New Republic Gives Atonement Advice for Eliot Spitzer
Posted on 12/17/2008 4:25:42 AM PST by PJ-Comix
Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer, who resigned due to his involvement in a prostitution ring, is slowly attempting to edge himself back into the public eye with his new column in Slate. The problem from the POV of The New Republic is that Spitzer is trying to make himself relevant again much too quickly without showing the proper remorse. As a result, The New Republic gives Spitzer some atonement advice written by Jacob Gershman which does the former governor no real service since anything he does now will come off as a cynical attempt to return to the public eye:
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If you play Spitzer backwards,it says client no.9,no.9.
Whereas if you say it forwards it’s “Putz...Putz...”
Hard to ever take this hypocrite seriously ever again.
Hey elliot, why don’t ya just go beg for a job from daddy?
Where was Spitzer during the Madoff run for the money.
Anyone who would vote this guy back into ANY office is a total FOOL!
"A John's Story"
"What My Wife Doesn't Know"
"Oops, I did it Again... to a Prostitute"
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