Radio host and “Cowboy Libertarian” Patrick Dorinson shared his thoughts on the ethics held by cowboys versus city-slickers when he appeared on Fox & Friends Monday, using Eliot Spitzer's foray with prostitutes to outline the difference between the two groups.
Hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade seemed somewhat amused while Dorinson lauded Texas Governor Rick Perry before stating that the moral decay of society is what lead to someone like Eliot Spitzer being allowed to host his own television show despite “cavorting with hookers.”
“What happens when a guy like Eliot Spitzer gets a TV show after he’s out cavorting with hookers?” Dorinson asked.
The topic of cowboy values came up at the opening of the segment when Karl Rove stated that Perry "needs to fight the impression that he's a cowboy from Texas." However, Dorinson explained that "cowboy values" are "the simple virtues that built this country."
Dorinson, who doesn't think George W. Bush is a cowboy "but shares our values," agreed with the Fox Hosts that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie could be an east coast version of a cowboy. Dorison claims Christie has “got that same straight talk" and that "he’s not going to BS you" -- just like a cowboy.
Watch the entertaining clip below: