A couple of weeks ago, Daily Finance columnist Jeff Bercovici suggested that Eliot Spitzer, were he to sign a deal to join CNN’s still-to-be-decided 8 p.m. program, would need a “work wife” to keep him honest.
Now Bercovici has revisited the issue, suggesting five conservative women to be the yin to Spitzer’s yang. Who are his choices?
Sarah Palin, Monica Crowley, Laura Ingraham, Michelle Malkin and Liz Cheney.
Meanwhile, the New York Post reports that conservative columnist Kathleen Parker is the leading candidate to be paired with Spitzer.
What do you think? Is Parker a good choice? What about some of Bercovici’s suggestions?