Saturday, September 18, 2010

The pot calling the kettle black

Of all the idiots (Ed Koch, Alphonse TA'mato, Carl McCall, etc.) saying Carl Paladino is unfit to serve as governor, Eliott Spitzer has to take the cake. Here's a clip where the disgraced Spitzer questions Paladino's qualifications for leadership. Wasn't this the guy who said everything changes on day 1?

Remember this? Here's a second clip where Client #9 was forced to resign as governor after it was revealed that the married father of three children was frequenting prostitutes in Albany on a regular basis. Do guys like Spitzer and drug addict David Paterson ever stop to think that Paladino is running to rid Albany of guys like them? I love how they say the voting public's anger is misdirected. Crooks like them really do care about us. The last 30 years really didn't happen.It was all just a bad dream.Credibility:Pass it on...

**Bonus: Eliott Spitzer rose from "humble" beginnings, just like Paladino. From

Eliot Spitzer was born on June 10, 1959 in the Bronx, the son of Anne ( Goldhaber), an English Literature professor, and Bernard Spitzer, a real estate mogul. He was raised in the affluent Riverdale section of The Bronx in New York City.

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