| PurplePhase wrote:|
was that his moniker?
I need to watch that
Essentially what I got from the documentary was that access to prostitutes
for top level/ law makers/ executives such as Spitzer was way too easy which made it wayyyy to convenient.
He was kind of nonchalant about it like "well, she was there and she was a nice girl to talk to and she was there..." apparently Dropping 10 G's was nothing to him at all.
And these weren't your conventional prostitutes (sex slaves). These were prostitutes that voluntarily wanted to be apart of the industry because they were making loads! of money… so i'm pretty sure they did great work cause positions in that part of the prostitution field were probably competitive…lol
At the end of the day Spitzers was way to good at his job. He was in line to be a serious contender in the democratic party platform. Plus his legal battles against the big banks, if he would've been able to see things through could've put some sort of hault on the financial collapse. But at the end of the day.. He was just a terrible husband who should've never taken a prostitute across state lines.
Edited by OoDles O - Apr 28 2014 at 7:45pm