The Statement

New York Governor Eliot Spitzer’s statement lasted about a minute. I’m paraphrasing here — he apologized to his family for causing them distress and promised to work on fixing things with them.

He was really vague, did not admit to wrongdoing, did not mention sex or resign his position.

And now the pundits at CNN are going crazy. Wish they’d get someone intelligent to comment on the situation.

5 Responses

  1. Maybe President Bush will have a press conference?

  2. Hmm…wonder if he will address it since this is a state governor.

    XX

  3. You wanted someone intelligent. He’s the most intelligent of the new abolitinionists

  4. Got me there! (Sorry state of affairs, isn’t it?)

    XX

  5. His response is similar to Bill Clinton’s.
    They really didn’t do anything wrong.
    All of those men have negotiated permission from their wives, but
    they can’t just say that in public.
    And Hilary is still having to answer for it. She’s still having to talk about pretending to be put out about it, but really she’s put out that he got caught.

    He and wife can spend time thinking about how much damage they caused workers, our support staff and our families when they arrested us and put us out of work to further their careers of being seen as public do-gooders.

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