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Wednesday’s Briefing: When Bad News Is Good

No news is all bad.  Take the state budget mess, for instance.

All Spitzer, All The Time:

They may have been working on budgets in Albany yesterday, but they were talking about something different.  Hundreds of pages of documents were released Tuesday, from the investigation into former Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s attempt to bash then-Senate leader Joe Bruno over Bruno’s state-funded travel.  I could provide literally 25 links to stories on this.  Google it if you’re as interested as the Albany pols.

I also hear (can’t find the doggoned link) that Spitzer’s prostitute is now the mascot for a bar.  16th minute of fame officially underway.

Real News, Elsewhere:

Apropos Of Not Very Much:

And Finally:

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