Indignant retort to the scribbler and régime apologist David Carr 
Apologists of totalitarianism can be easily identified by their habit of making mountains out of molehills while remaining conspicuously silent in the face of the most outrageously arbitrary and anti-constitutional shenanigans on the part of the state.
The true scandal is not that Mr. Spitzer hired the services of a prostitute -- which should not be illegal in the first place – but that Mr. Spitzer’ peccadilloes only came to light as a result of blatantly anti-constitutional persecution of Mr. Spitzer by the notorious Bush II régime, of odious memory, as a pretext for hounding Spitzer out of office.
That corrupt Republican potentate sicked the FBI on Mr. Spitzer, illegally and unjustly breaching his bank secrecy rights, as an act of retaliation for Mr. Spitzer’s revelation in the pages of the Washington Post that the Bush mob had been instrumental in blocking any federal or state law enforcement action to nip the mortgage crisis in the bud.  I will prudently refrain from speculating on the magnitude of the swag thereby plundered by the Bush mob.
As revealed by Mr. Spitzer, the corrupt Banana Republican régime around 2003 not only signally failed to prevent, but actually egged on the fraudulent schemes of Wall Street swindler outfits like Bear Sterns, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Bros, Bank of America, etc. in amassing vast illegal profits from granting and then securitizing fraudulent mortgages.
Thanks to the protection granted by the Bush mob and the festering corruption of the Banana Republican Party, swindler mortgages fueled a huge speculative boom that led to the present financial crisis, which threatens to blight the lives of a whole generation of human beings.
The issue is not “Client number nine”, as David Carr, the cynical scribbler and régime apologist of the NY Times, calls the then governor of New York. The problem is the domination of government by an infamous and parasitical financial oligarchy that uses shit-heel politicos like the nepo-oligarch Bush II as accomplices in its frenzied quest for boundless filthy lucre, come hell or high water.
Mr. Spitzer, as the victim of political persecution by the Banana Republican Party in its capacity as a tool of the parasitical financial oligarchy, which he courageously combated for many years in his capacity as New York Attorney General and consequently ex officio overseer of the fetid Wall Street swamp, should be spared as a matter of principle the indignity of being taunted with names like “Client number nine” by the scribblers of the now neoconservative NY Times.
Mr. Spitzer is a political dissident who has been illegally persecuted by our corrupt masters, and hence deserves the support, respect and admiration of all. He is the American Sinyavsky, the American Solzhenytsin, who denounced to the world the bottomless pit of corruption that is synonymous with the odious tyranny exercised by the oligarchy through its tools like the Banana Republican gangsters.
To join the meretricious rabble taunting Mr. Spitzer is to support the totalitarian rule of the parasitical financial oligarchy. It is to become an accomplice of the countless crimes of the ruling caste.
 Client 9 and Other Interested Parties, by David Carr, October 22, 2010, New York Times
 Predatory Lenders' Partner in Crime. How the Bush Administration Stopped the States From Stepping In to Help Consumers, by Eliot Spitzer, New York governor, Washington Post, Thursday, February 14, 2008