In an exclusive interview with The Post, the crusading attorney general — who has yet to campaign for the election that's nearly two years away — detailed his views on a variety of issues, revealing a mix of conservative and liberal thinking. A main concern, he said, is cleaning up a political system plagued by cronyism in which all the important decisions are made by just three men: the governor, the Assembly speaker and the Senate majority leader. "The assumption that Albany is broken is absolutely correct — and we need to fix that," said Spitzer, 45. "If we don't reform the trilateral arrangement, we will have failed New York state."Believe me, 2006 can't come soon enough. Towards that end, a Spitzer 2006 meetup is scheduled for Wednesday March 2nd at 8:00 p.m. at:
Adam's Steak & Seafood Restaurant 204 Como Park Blvd. Cheektowaga Tel: 716-683-3784Please sign-up via the Spitzer2006 website first. If Spitzer can make Wall Street bigshots play by the rules, imagine what he can do for us in Albany.