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When it comes to sexual indiscretion, does the public no longer care?
Top Talkers: Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, D-N.Y., has apparently gathered more than 27,000 signatures to be put on the ballot -- more than seven times the 3,750 needed -- for the race for NYC comptroller. The Morning Joe panel discusses why, when it comes to sexual indiscretion, the general public may be more forgiving than in the past.
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