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Quick Note To Eliot Spitzer

Posted on | October 14, 2010 | 8 Comments

by Smitty (h/t BlogProf)

Around ~1:40, “leadership class of our society”:

This is sort of a ‘duh’ statement, but a leader is someone with followers.
How in the world does a pack of fools who have piled up immeasurable debt and wrecked an economy the way tools such as Spitzer have possibly consider themselves a “leadership class of our society”? Your moronic ilk couldn’t lead two nuns in one minute of silent prayer, Eliot.
Screw your sad little show, Spitzer. Gillespie danced circles around you and the other two cadavers on stage. Give it up. Ya got nothin’. And the “fringe candidates”, you know, the ones supporting the principles on which the country was founded, who represent “We The People”? They’ll be steamrollering your clueless “leadership class” in less than a month.
So tuck that into your condescending sneer, mister.


8 Responses to “Quick Note To Eliot Spitzer”

  1. Ralph
    October 14th, 2010 @ 7:21 pm


    You watched at least a good chunk of the show. You liked what the guest had to say. You posted a long video clip you want your readers to watch. You agree with Spitzer that there’s been a “massive failure” of leadership. How do you get from all that to “screw your sad little show”?

  2. Johnl
    October 14th, 2010 @ 10:01 pm

    The Jacket puts in a kind word for your Christine O’Donnell in there.