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http://twitter.com/#!/chucktodd/status/354577274701496320

That would be a good question! And one that might elicit more tears from NYC comptroller hopeful Eliot Spitzer, aka Client 9.

Earlier today, NBC’s Chuck Todd correctly noted Spitzer’s victimhood charade and lamented that the media “are only enabling him.” Now if only someone would commit an act of journalism and hold Spitzer accountable for the prostitution scandal that forced him to resign as New York governor. Hmm. Does Todd know anyone whose job it is to ask tough questions of politicians?

http://twitter.com/#!/GPIA7R/status/354577815670231041
http://twitter.com/#!/BenK84/status/354580181274468352

Todd’s reply to that one: So much real journalism to pursue, so little time.

http://twitter.com/#!/chucktodd/status/354580392537362432

Plus, even if he wants to know the answer, why feed the narcissism?

http://twitter.com/#!/chucktodd/status/354578642799562753

Zing:

http://twitter.com/#!/Matthops82/status/354579867062370305

Then again, Todd would totally be on it if only he could land an interview.

http://twitter.com/#!/chucktodd/status/354578779697446913

(Unless he’s referring to Vitter.)

If Todd finds any time in his busy schedule, here’s another question he might want to ask:

http://twitter.com/#!/JammieWF/status/354577672497672192

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/07/09/real-journalist-chuck-todd-hopes-someone-else-will-ask-eliot-spitzer-why-he-exploited-women/

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