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There are 73 comments on the Asheville Citizen-Times story from Mar 13, 2008, titled Spitzer call girl has North Carolina ties | NEWS | Asheville CI.... In it, Asheville Citizen-Times reports that:

The call girl at the center of the prostitution scandal that prompted Gov. Eliot Spitzer to resign in disgrace has been identified as a 22-year-old aspiring musician who struggled in a broken home as a child.

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BuncCyBapt

Asheville, NC

#48 Mar 14, 2008
Yawn. Who cares?

Like Jessica Hahn she's on the fast track for a few months of fame and a few lucrative "appearances."

“Man, 2 mo' years...Whew!”

Since: Feb 07

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#49 Mar 14, 2008
Mountain Girl wrote:
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What kind of message is this sending to young women in America? I am about this woman's age and I am appalled thatinstead of the media shaming her; they are putting her up on a pedastal and as a result she is going to make a ton of money. This is basically showing our daughters that if you can get pretty far being a prostitute. Only in America do we put our prostitute up on a pedestal.
P.S I tried to put the word w*ore in put apparently ACT thinks that telling the truth is a profanity. Don't sugar coat things by calling such women as her a "prostitute". She is a w*ore
Agreed, Mountain girl,
I posted this on a similar thread yesterday. You have to get a little creative with the spelling of some words:

"Escort, call-girl, etc. Why does everyone sugar-coat it? Wasn't she just an expensive wh0re? Is she really any different than the poor slut that does 5-dollar BJ's for crack?"
Obama

Asheville, NC

#50 Mar 14, 2008
michele would beat my ass if I pulled this chit.
MrMoore

Great Falls, MT

#51 Mar 14, 2008
Is she really any different than the poor slut that does 5-dollar BJ's for crack?"
Well I would say 4000.00 Different.Ladys don't be jelious,you just have to get your self in shape and you can make just as much.

“www.coppertoken. com”

Since: Sep 07

State of Confusion

#52 Mar 14, 2008
Old Rose wrote:
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I'm SURE you have an imagination!<chuckle>
Well evidently not enough to make 4,000 lol.

I just boggles my mind why he paid so dang much..had to be something kinky. I mean beyond the normal kinky. Whatever normal kinky is.

Since: Feb 08

Canton, NC

#53 Mar 14, 2008
Ravenz Moon wrote:
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Well evidently not enough to make 4,000 lol.
I just boggles my mind why he paid so dang much..had to be something kinky. I mean beyond the normal kinky. Whatever normal kinky is.
all you gals didn't know yall been sitting on a gold mine.

“CLAN ROSE”

Since: Apr 07

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#54 Mar 14, 2008
Ravenz Moon wrote:
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Well evidently not enough to make 4,000 lol.
I just boggles my mind why he paid so dang much..had to be something kinky. I mean beyond the normal kinky. Whatever normal kinky is.
Well, she was young (22),(he thought) she was pretty, and she was available. She apparently saw that he had money, and was willing to pay the price, so she got $4000.00 for her "favours".

Now, you fill the bill, you're young (you said you were 29), you appear to be very attractive (in your pics), but I don't know how available you might be. It's just finding the right "dirty (old) man" who has the price to spend for what you have to offer.

Use your vivid imagination, and I'm sure you could come up with some things that might be a little "kinky" to use in your "sales pitch", and you can do anything she can do. <chuckle>

“www.coppertoken. com”

Since: Sep 07

State of Confusion

#55 Mar 14, 2008
Ummm lord no I could go do that..LOL I just want to know what she did was worth it. I mean think he could have just got him a one nite stand and spent what 300?

I never be available enough lol And of course I am 29..yes. Thats my story and I'm stickin to it.

And I dont think I know enough people that someone pay that kind of money. Maybe he wear a bag over his head and that be kinky? LOL

No not for me.. I just courious..lol

LTI... I guess I aint sat on it enough then..lol

“CLAN ROSE”

Since: Apr 07

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#56 Mar 14, 2008
Ravenz Moon wrote:
And of course I am 29..yes. Thats my story and I'm stickin to it.
I remember your calculations, and have decided to do the same, so I'm 39. I've a daughter 41, and one 37, so mid-way, I'm 39! <chuckle>

I just wish I had your imagination!! LOL

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#57 Mar 14, 2008
I think Mrs. Spitzer is a lot smarter than most are here are thinking. It's reported that hubby's daddy is worth $523 million. So with their own assets and hubby's future inheritance she probably calculated in that cool legal mind of her's what $4,300/hr equals times 22 years of marriage?

I don't think the lady is ready to pounce yet? But when she does, and I'm sure she will, it'll be along the lines of Linda McCartney. I think hubby is about to get the most expensive %^&% of his life. LOL

“www.coppertoken. com”

Since: Sep 07

State of Confusion

#58 Mar 14, 2008
Old Rose wrote:
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I remember your calculations, and have decided to do the same, so I'm 39. I've a daughter 41, and one 37, so mid-way, I'm 39! <chuckle>
I just wish I had your imagination!! LOL
I think I am gonna be 28 this year.

Actually you know 50 is now midway, due to the longevity of people these days.

“CLAN ROSE”

Since: Apr 07

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#59 Mar 15, 2008
Ravenz Moon wrote:
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I think I am gonna be 28 this year.
Actually you know 50 is now midway, due to the longevity of people these days.
Well, you probably won't have to worry about that. Not if your pictures are accurate. Looks tell a lot of tales, and I'd have guessed your stated longivity to have pretty accurate, without knowing the facts. <chuckle>
BuncCyBapt

Asheville, NC

#60 Mar 15, 2008
WHY wrote:
Spitzer's WIFE is from Concord NC, and SHE should be ASHAMED of standing with her husband and also BEGGING HIM NOT TO RESIGN! WHAT a terrible example for their 3 daughters, but thats how democrats do...LIES, ANYTHING to try and hold POWER. At least the twerp resigned...one less CORRUPT democrackkk in the mix. WHO's NEXT?
Are you another one of those pecksniffian Republicans? Why don't you also demand that David Vitter and Larry Craig resign.

“Man, 2 mo' years...Whew!”

Since: Feb 07

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#61 Mar 15, 2008
BuncCyBapt wrote:
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Are you another one of those pecksniffian Republicans? Why don't you also demand that David Vitter and Larry Craig resign.
It certainly looks like our little ol' "service-industry" gal was $4,000 peck(r)sniffian ho, though!
;~)
BuncCyBapt

Asheville, NC

#62 Mar 15, 2008
reasonable wrote:
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It certainly looks like our little ol' "service-industry" gal was $4,000 peck(r)sniffian ho, though!
;~)
LOL! She's a cutie, though.

Here's what Alan Dershowitz thinks about it, and I agree with many of his points:
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1205369431213...

"Show me the man and I will give you the crime."--- Beria, Stalin's KGB head

“Man, 2 mo' years...Whew!”

Since: Feb 07

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#63 Mar 15, 2008
BuncCyBapt wrote:
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LOL! She's a cutie, though.
Here's what Alan Dershowitz thinks about it, and I agree with many of his points:
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1205369431213...
"Show me the man and I will give you the crime."--- Beria, Stalin's KGB head
Looks like our good Mr. Spitzer was the victim of his own pecksniffian ways as illustrated in this article, part of which says:

"...As attorney general, he once broke up a call-girl ring and locked up 18 people on corruption, money-laundering and prostitution charges. He ruthlessly investigated the pay packages of Wall Street executives and was so familiar with shady financial maneuvers that he rose to become the top racketeering prosecutor in Manhattan...

...As New York attorney general, Spitzer was also familiar with how to bust up a prostitution ring.

Spitzer proudly announced on April 8, 2004, that authorities had arrested 18 people on promoting prostitution and related charges - including money laundering and falsifying business records -in an investigation of escort services in New York...

...In the 2004 probe, investigators used wiretaps and other surveillance to build their case, said Vincent Romano, who defended the man accused of running the ring. Prosecutors also charged some of the defendants with enterprise corruption - a charge carrying heavier penalties than simple prostitution. No charges were brought against the ring's customers, just those accused of working for or running the service.

"It was a big splash. They had the perp walk. He caused a lot of embarrassment to a lot of people in the case to his benefit. What he put their families through at the time, he's probably experiencing now: the level of embarrassment and ridicule," Romano said.

"He's got this overzealous, mean-spirited prosecution, but behind closed doors in another state, he's doing the identical thing that he's accusing others of doing," he added. "And the other irony of it is that you've made a career off of a wiretap, and your demise is by the same prosecutorial tool."

Oops! The very personification of "pecksniffian!"

http://news.aol.com/story/_a/spitzer-got-trip...
BuncCyBapt

Asheville, NC

#64 Mar 15, 2008
reasonable wrote:
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Looks like our good Mr. Spitzer was the victim of his own pecksniffian ways as illustrated in this article, part of which says:
"...As attorney general, he once broke up a call-girl ring and locked up 18 people on corruption, money-laundering and prostitution charges. He ruthlessly investigated the pay packages of Wall Street executives and was so familiar with shady financial maneuvers that he rose to become the top racketeering prosecutor in Manhattan...
...As New York attorney general, Spitzer was also familiar with how to bust up a prostitution ring.
Spitzer proudly announced on April 8, 2004, that authorities had arrested 18 people on promoting prostitution and related charges - including money laundering and falsifying business records -in an investigation of escort services in New York...
...In the 2004 probe, investigators used wiretaps and other surveillance to build their case, said Vincent Romano, who defended the man accused of running the ring. Prosecutors also charged some of the defendants with enterprise corruption - a charge carrying heavier penalties than simple prostitution. No charges were brought against the ring's customers, just those accused of working for or running the service.
"It was a big splash. They had the perp walk. He caused a lot of embarrassment to a lot of people in the case to his benefit. What he put their families through at the time, he's probably experiencing now: the level of embarrassment and ridicule," Romano said.
"He's got this overzealous, mean-spirited prosecution, but behind closed doors in another state, he's doing the identical thing that he's accusing others of doing," he added. "And the other irony of it is that you've made a career off of a wiretap, and your demise is by the same prosecutorial tool."
Oops! The very personification of "pecksniffian!"
http://news.aol.com/story/_a/spitzer-got-trip...
Well, yes, you can make a good case against overzealous prosecutors going after people over piddling mischances --- as in Kenneth Starr, Leura Canary, and Eliot Spitzer. It's one thing, though, to out a person as an unctuous hypocrite. Another to make a regime change out of it.

When's the last time someone on either side was deposed over extramarital, but normal, sex?

Scoundrels like Duke Cunningham and Jack Abramoff got what was coming to them. And William Jefferson will get his. They're manifestly corrupt.

How about family values Republicans, David Vitter and Larry Craig? Shouldn't they fall on their swords, or be deposed?

Let's be fair about this, to both parties.

“Man, 2 mo' years...Whew!”

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#65 Mar 15, 2008
BuncCyBapt wrote:
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Well, yes, you can make a good case against overzealous prosecutors going after people over piddling mischances --- as in Kenneth Starr, Leura Canary, and Eliot Spitzer. It's one thing, though, to out a person as an unctuous hypocrite. Another to make a regime change out of it.
When's the last time someone on either side was deposed over extramarital, but normal, sex?
Scoundrels like Duke Cunningham and Jack Abramoff got what was coming to them. And William Jefferson will get his. They're manifestly corrupt.
How about family values Republicans, David Vitter and Larry Craig? Shouldn't they fall on their swords, or be deposed?
Let's be fair about this, to both parties.
Republican, Democrat, Independent, Communist or whatever matters not a whit to me. One should be held accountable for their actions, in all walks of life. Our Mr. Spitzer made some mighty big stacks of political hay prosecuting those who who's actions he emulated. Larry "Toe-Tappin" Craig as well!

But in Spitzer's case, which came (no pun intended) first? Was it the investigation of the prostitution ring that netted E.S. or the other way around? I believe that's germane to the argument about his most pecksiffian comuppance!
BuncCyBapt

Asheville, NC

#66 Mar 15, 2008
reasonable wrote:
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Republican, Democrat, Independent, Communist or whatever matters not a whit to me. One should be held accountable for their actions, in all walks of life. Our Mr. Spitzer made some mighty big stacks of political hay prosecuting those who who's actions he emulated. Larry "Toe-Tappin" Craig as well!
But in Spitzer's case, which came (no pun intended) first? Was it the investigation of the prostitution ring that netted E.S. or the other way around? I believe that's germane to the argument about his most pecksiffian comuppance!
The more I read about him the more I loathe him. Here's the latest article:
http://www.reason.com/news/show/125412.html

You know you're being targeted in a political war when the prosecutor doesn't let go after he's lost twice already.

I'm a Democrat. I dislike Democrats slightly less than I dislike Republicans.

“Man, 2 mo' years...Whew!”

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#67 Mar 15, 2008
BuncCyBapt wrote:
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The more I read about him the more I loathe him. Here's the latest article:
http://www.reason.com/news/show/125412.html
You know you're being targeted in a political war when the prosecutor doesn't let go after he's lost twice already.
I'm a Democrat. I dislike Democrats slightly less than I dislike Republicans.
The higher the hubris, the further the fall.

I liked the quote in the last paragraph by Mr. Barabash, the target of Spitzer's previously failed, political prosecutions--“It couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy.”

Thank you for the article.

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