Spitzer on the JOBS bill
I realize it's fashionable to treat Eliot Spitzer like a clown because he was caught with his pants down (or rather more accurately, Wall Street arranged for him to be caught with his pants down.) Yes, predictable jokes about his personal sexual proclivities are hilarious and I grant that his hypocrisy as Attorney General with respect to prostitution does not reflect well on him. But I think it's probably a mistake to ignore his history as the first (and practically only) Attorney General who really took on the banks.
Perhaps the following rant is lacking in entertainment value, but it's good that somebody says it nonetheless: