Monday, March 17, 2008

Good Riddance Client #9 !!!!

When Eliot Spitzer was New York's attorney general, he was relentless in his pursuit of financial institutions who he deemed were corrupte and in violation of reporting issues. He was even more relentless in advancing his career. He never let facts get in his way and he was merciless in destroying the character of his targets, even blackmailing them that he would press charges against their company if they did not resign. Many of his victims were innocent...that never stopped Eliot.

He has his sights on the Governors Mansion and eventually the White House.

Early in his term, it was reported that he used state troopers to track dirt on his political enemies. He confessed to these charges and there was even talk of impeachment.

He survived his first scandal.

After it was revealed that he sought out prostitutes for ten years, he turned from presidential hopeful to the biggest joke in New York.

Good Riddance. It couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.

Submitted by D. B. Jackson

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