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Topic - Kristin Davis
A madam-turned-candidate who faced off against former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer in the city comptroller's race last year pleaded guilty Friday in a prescription drug-dealing case unveiled in the middle of the campaign.
Either morals are looser in the Big Apple or memories are shorter. Nowhere else in America could not one, but two, highly-publicized cheaters make a serious bid for public office. And one is running against his former madam.
New York City politics are baroque and entertaining, and offer evidence that voters are either very forgiving or have short memories. Step right up and witness disgraced former Congressman Anthony D. Weiner running for mayor, now joined by disgraced former governor and MSNBC host Eliot Spitzer, who pines to be city comptroller.
Cybill Shepherd, John Stamos, Kristin Davis and Elizabeth Ashley are set to get political _ they're joining the cast of "Gore Vidal's The Best Man."
Former "Manhattan Madam" Kristin Davis, who once supplied call girls for New York's former governor-turner-CNN host Eliot Spitzer, has a message for the network: "I'm available."
"I am disgusted that CNN has given Eliot Spitzer a spot hosting a show. I feel very very strongly that this man should not be put in the position to influence the lives of others. He should not be in any position of power," she tells Inside the Beltway.
"I, personally, have no desire to have a cable talk show. Although, I would love, love to sit across a table as a guest on Spitzer's show. Its about time someone asked the real questions," she adds.