Scott Ott of Scrappleface has a very good take on the Spitzer scandal at Townhall. He writes:
“Before you rise to do a Snoopy dance on the political grave of New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, you might pause to consider how a man with a such a public reputation of integrity ends up a poster-child of corruption, guilt and shame. Then go a dangerous step further and ask yourself: What’s the difference between me and Eliot Spitzer?”
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