Tuesday, March 11, 2008

It couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.

What’s wrong with Eliot Spitzer is not so much that he praised good things and did bad ones. Most of the items he championed in his various moral campaigns were, when you looked behind the rhetoric, of dubious value. Really, he was a power-hungry, regulation-crazed functionary whose chief sin was to harness the power of the state to destroy his enemies and aggrandize himself.
Apparently Wall Street shares my opinion of the man.
Then there's this.

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