Client No. 9 Pivots His Paradigm
If you have any doubt Eliot Spitzer has given up self-serving apologias, read what he says yesterday on the Today Show.
On getting nailed with Ashley:
An egregious violation of his behavior, but not the rest of the world's, you see. No wonder this guy aced his LSATs.
Then talking straight to "the people":
Right. Like most people have flaws like patronizing and attempting to strangle prostitutes (during sex). He supposes.
Eliot on what's important in life:
What a fortunate guy--and lucky family. He realizes after bringing himself and them world-wide humilation, that kids and wife matter in life. But only at certain moments.
What a world. Spitzer marched through Wall Street like Sherman through Atlanta convinced these people were arrogant, dangerous, money-grubbing crooks. And for its part, Wall Street screamed that Spitzer was a monomaniacal, lying, pathological misanthrope.
No shortage of irony there.
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