Less than a year after being forced to resign due to a personal scandal, New York’s former governor and attorney general, Eliot Spitzer, emerged from his self-imposed political exile to put in his two cents about how to prevent another economic meltdown. While one is tempted to tell the former crusader to go back to his cave, the problem is that his critique is right on target, says NU Editor In Chief Sam Friedman in his blog today at www.property-casualty.com.