This guy has Chutzpah. He obviously has intentions of rehabilitating himself with the idea of getting back into politics.in reference to:
"It was not until the third-to-last question, from a man toward the back with a long gray ponytail sticking out of his baseball hat, that Mr. Spitzer was asked about the prostitution scandal. “I may sound like a conspiracy theorist,” the man said, asking Mr. Spitzer whether he thought there might be “ulterior motives” behind the timing of the disclosure of the prostitution ring that he said was leaked to the news media.Mr. Spitzer said he resigned “because I thought it was the right thing to do and the actions that led to it were wrong.” He added, “Whatever may have led to their being public didn’t relate to anything I did and doesn’t excuse it.” Mr. Spitzer was asked by reporters after the event whether he should be speaking as part of a lecture series on ethics after his fall from grace.“I was speaking about corporate governance and speaking about the need to understand about what the rationale was for government involvement and when and where it makes sense,” Mr. Spitzer said. “I’ve been asked by some folks to voice some opinions, and I’m honored to do so.”"
- Spitzer Talks to Harvard Students About Ethics - NYTimes.com (view on Google Sidewiki)