Tuesday, March 11, 2008


So, Gov. Spitzer has shamed New York, his wife and his family.

But worse, his hypocrisy has provided some karmic justice for video gamers:

Seems Asstin Powers, in his pre-paying-to-shag days, said this about the popular GTA video game:

Like all parents, I know it is increasingly difficult to protect our children from negative influences... We have learned that when self-regulation fails, government must step in... We must do more to protect our children from excessive sex and violence in the media... Media content has gotten more graphic, more violent and more sex-based...

Currently, nothing under New York State law prohibits a fourteen-year old from walking into a video store and buying... a game like Grand Theft Auto, which rewards a player for stealing cars and beating people up. Children can even simulate having sex with a prostitute...

(Courtesy the great http://kotaku.com/366213/gta-critic-politician-in-prostitution-ring-bust blog)

What a hoot!I guess all that steamy research got his mojo rising and he had to move from virtual manwhore to paying john.

And what's with his wife standing beside him? Doesn't she realize he may very well have given her the gift that keeps on giving?

Just once, I'd like to see one of these sleazy politicians get ostracized as the scum they are. At lunch today I saw a brief clip of old Bloomberg commenting on how he felt sorry for Spitzer. WTF?! Sorry? As in, you pay less for your tail, Mike? Sorry he got caught, cause you wanted to expose him? What the heck are you sorry for?

Spitzer, Foley, etc. etc- they're all lyin' bastids. They can't even keep a promise to God- that they'd honor their marriage. I know politicians can't be trusted, but cmon!

And did I hear right? Did he pay $4000 for a Hooker?! Was it actually Julia Roberts he was shagging? He could have bought a big ass HD LCD TV, kick ass surround sound system, an Xbox Elite system and dinner for some intern for that much. Talk about misuse of funds!

Hey, if someone gives me four thousand dollars, I guarantee I can have more fun with it, legally, and for a lot longer than Gov. Spitzer.

And I'll even keep my pants on.

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