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Gov. Spitzer's Resignation Speech

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Leonard talks with WNYC's Brian Lehrer and Andrea Bernstein about Gov. Eliot Spitzer's official resignation.

Weigh in: What did you think of Spitzer's resignation speech?

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Andrea Bernstein and Brian Lehrer
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Comments [2]

rolf erich josef niebergall from New York

we in the USA think of sex more of a crime than starting wars and bringing our economy down! look at pres. Clinton he was suppose to loose his presidency over sex and denying it! he did not say so because of his wife, who would not have done it? when he left the office $ 1/2 trillion was left over.
look at pres. Bush! he started two wars and hat the worst economy in a centuries.in his term as president he lost $ trillions,had thousands of people killed and so on. nothing happened to him. he also spent the Clinton money left over. In this respect Europe thinks some what differently!

Jul. 03 2012 01:01 PM
julie cho from new york

There will be redemption for Spitzer. If Teddy Kennedy could come back from Chappaquiddick, Spitzer should be forgiven for paying for sex.

Mar. 14 2008 12:32 PM

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