Shmuley and the Governor

While poking around the Huffington I came across our friendly rabbi Boteach's column,

The Self-Hating Man and the High-Priced Hooker

about you-know-who.

Shmuley thinks that Eliot Spitzer is symptomatic of the broken American male, coincidentally the subject of his latest self-help book.

I correctly disagree. These guys, like governors and presidents, they may interest Shmuley who is intoxicated with celebrity.

There is nothing at all typical or real to me about larger than life heroes turned villains.

They are irrelevant to explaining the experience of the typical American Male.

Other than that Shmuley, go get 'em.

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