Until now, nothing has been less sexy than the race for New York state comptroller, but Kristin Davis, the former madam whose house Eliot Spitzer patronized and ruined when the scandal broke in 2008, says she will enter the Democratic primary if Spitzer does. Why? As Davis put it, "his abuse of some of the women I arranged for him to spend time with raises serious questions about his character," calling it "ludicrous" that Spitzer would run for office again and "even more ludicrous" the New Yorkers would vote for him. She added that her opposition platform will highlight "the inequities and sexism in our criminal justice system which penalizes women, minorities, and poor people while wealthy, connected white men like Eliot Spitzer evade justice." Plus, "his black socks in the boudoir are an additional affront to good taste."