Eliot Spitzer is at it again.
In an appearance at the 92nd Street Y Sunday night, the disgraced former-governor-turned-political-critic took shots at everyone from Mayor Bloomberg to Attorney General Cuomo to the Obama administration.
"Mike is a friend, but I think he's fundamentally in error when he talks about hesitating before we change the structure of banking," Spitzer said of Bloomberg's recent defense of Wall Street.
According to the Daily News,
On the financial crisis, Spitzer went after Larry Summers, Tim Geithner and Hank Paulson by name, but praised Paul Volcker as a wise man whose advice should have been more closely heeded.
Spitzer also told the crowd of nearly 1,000 that while Cuomo is presumably New York's next governor, he won't endorse him until he answers questions relating to health care and charter schools.
The former-governor, whose wife Silda was also in attendance, once-again refused to rule out the idea of running for office again some day.