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'Love cheat' Ex-Gov Eliot Spitzer now preaching virtues of loyalty

Washington, July 13 : Ex Governor Eliot Spitzer has reportedly penned a book that talks of capitalism and also ironically advices about 'Rules of Life'.


According to New York Post, Spitzer who resigned in disgrace five years ago after getting caught soliciting hookers has written a book titled, 'Protecting Capitalism Case by Case', a section of which is devoted to Spitzer's top 10 'Rules of Life'-a set of rules to aspire to live by.

Ironically the rules come from a man who has been accused of hypocrisy for not practicing what he preaches.

The report said that the so-called top 10 'Rules of Life' include Loyalty and fiduciary duty matter, how hubris is terminal and the need for some 'steamroller' tenacity and the nuggets include that 'it is better to go down fighting than not fight at all, and advices not to bring a pencil to a knife fight.

Additional rules advise that innovation is a good thing, that forward thinking is a great way to spot trends, and that incentives can motivate those around you.

The e-book priced at 9.99 dollars glosses over the prostitution scandal with no mention of his wife, Silda even once.

--ANI (Posted on 13-07-2013)

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