Eliot Spitzer Is Back In The News

For all of the wrong reasons.

So much for the former-governor's oft-rumored comeback. Not with stories like this one:
Hooker-happy former Gov. Eliot Spitzer was using the services of the Emperors Club escort service starting in early 2006 -- when he was still state attorney general -- and doled out $100,000 on the firm's call girls, according to an upcoming Fortune magazine excerpt from Peter Elkind's "Rough Justice."

"He had been a customer of the Emperors Club for at least two full years and spent more than $100,000 on more than 20 appointments with perhaps 10 escorts in New York City, Washington, Dallas, Palm Beach and San Juan," Elkind, a Fortune editor-at-large, writes in the book.
Can I just tell you that if I had 100,000 dollars, I would pay off my college loans and invest the rest. This guy was spending that money for the company of women.

...for the company of women?

I don't get it. I just don't get it.