Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Time for Govenor Spitzer to Move to MA

Gov Spitzer needs to move to MA where abhorrent behavior is expected of politicians. He could look up to Ted Kennedy's lifetime of misdeeds including manslaughter as an example. Spitzer could also look at Gomer Kerry's record of treason and this would not raise an eyebrow. Spitzer could point to Barney Frank and run the brothel out of his townhouse and the NYT would proclaim his brilliance in every sentence. Or he could take a teen to Europe like Studds for a sexual affair.

Spitzer needs to move to MA.

Spitzer should be remembered as the person who kept Hillary out of the White House. Hillary's drop coincided with her gaffe about Spitzer's policy of offering Drivers licenses to illegal aliens.

8 comments:

Steve Harkonnen said...

It's coincidental but I too just posted my thoughts on this. Maybe he'll shoot himself with a gun he hates?

Ducky's here said...

Or he could just stay in New York and have a night out struttin' with his chippy with Giuliani and his slut.

The Pagan Temple said...

They, Kennedy especially, could also teach him the fine art of committing perjury, assuming he needs lessons (which I don't).

Anonymous said...

Hear! hear!

Mustang said...

If Spitzer were a governor in Europe, the issue wouldn’t even make the news. Dershowitz claims this is a victimless crime, but I suspect that Mrs. Spitzer and the children might disagree. I personally don’t care how many prostitutes he hires, but while the hypocrisy doesn’t surprise me, it does tick me off.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

I don't see why there's a big media spotlight on Gov. Spitzer.

So a Democrat has an ethical problem.

What's next, news reports that give us 24 hour coverage of the sky being blue and shit stinking?

The Pagan Temple said...

This is more than just hypocrisy, or an ethical problem. He violated federal law-the Mann Act-by crossing state lines to engage the services of a prostitute. It can carry a twenty year sentence if he is charged, tried, and convicted.

Always On Watch said...

Will Spitzer claim a sex-addiction defense?