Since in misrepresenting illegal immigrants as "immigrants," Spitzer even lies about his topic, as if he were talking about lawful permanent resident aliens or even naturalized citizens, the self-righteous AG is telling lies within lies. As an officer of the court, Spitzer should be disbarred for such misconduct.
Has the phrase "honest prosecutor" become an oxymoron?
Spitzer has turned the law on its head. His statement closes, "Employers and employees are urged to cooperate to avoid violations of law." The entire point of his statement was to support criminality and threaten to prosecute employers who exercise their legal prerogatives so that he might gain the votes of illegal immigrants engaging in voter fraud and of those voters who support illegals. In Spitzer's world, and the world of those voters whom he courts, the criminals are the good guys, and those who act within the law are the criminals.
Although I cannot support Spitzer's criminal abuse of the law, there is a certain poetic justice to his breaking the law on behalf of criminals, who were themselves hired by criminal-employers. In hiring illegal immigrants, employers made a deal with the Devil; Eliot Spitzer has come to enforce the contract.