Spitzer and Dicker, Round II: No Shouting This Time

spitzer and dickder Spitzer and Dicker, Round II: No Shouting This Time
Eliot Spitzer and David Paterson just finished an live radio interview with Fred Dicker here in Albany where Spitzer defended his plan to sell off of future lottery earnings to endow S.U.N.Y. schools, calling it “transformational” and not a one-shot revenue deal.

Also, Spitzer defended his actions that are being examined in the Troopergate investigations.

“Fred, I’ve answered all the questions,” Spitzer said. “This investigation has nothing to do with me and that is eminently clear, will be made eminently clear, has been made eminently clear. The Soares report said our behavior was totally proper.”

He went on to say, “This is not something I spend time worrying about.”

If you need reminding what happened the last time Dicker got to ask the governor questions, here’s some classic footage.

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