Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Gunny, Mar 12, 2008.
Good thing they nailed this sorry bastard. I say lethal injection for his sins!
Lethal injection for her too.
AFTER I see what a $4K piece of ass looks like.
There you go. And she was only $1k apparently. Although that may be untrue.
Well, at least she's hotter than that cherub Bill went after. But $1K? I think not.
Okay, so just a life sentence for her, but he still gets the needle.
Spitzer has to be one of the biggest hypocrites that ever breathed. The guy needs to be slammed good.
He has been. Pretty high price he's paying for a piece of ass.
The governorship will be nothing, if he ends up losing his family.
No sympathy from me for him. It will be the consequence of his actions. I'll reserve my sympathy for those who have or will suffer for the consequences of his actions through no fault of their own.
I agree. And the same for Craig and Villiers and the people they hurt.
Let me see if I can understand the scales of justice here:
Outing a CIA agent is really nothing.
Falsifying information to start a war is really nothing.
Cooking the books so thousands lose their pensions and savings is really nothing.
Polluting the planet is really nothing.
Cutting back on childcare is really nothing.
but having a prostitute is grounds for death.
cuckoo cuckoo cuckoo
Sorry, I seem to have blown a fuse in my moral measuring machine.
"The story emerging around the fall of Eliot Spitzer suggests that the case did not start with the report of a crime. Rather it started with a decision to look into Spitzer and his financial dealings. In the course of an open-ended investigation, information about a prostitution circle surfaced. That looks abusive. An investigation like that provides no basis to acquit Spitzer. But it suggests that when his case is done, the public should be pressing some tough questions about why this investigation was launched and pushed forward."
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