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(The Big Story)   The AP has discovered the other woman that Petraeus was all in   (bigstory.ap.org) divider line 94
    More: Followup, CIA Director David Petraeus, MacDill Air Force Base, Army Reserve, United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Dianne Feinstein, holly, United States House Committee on Homeland Security  
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2012-11-12 12:03:15 AM
Members of Congress said Sunday they want to know more details about the FBI investigation that revealed an extramarital affair between ex-CIA Director David Petraeus and his biographer

Still looking for something to impeach Obama with, eh?
 
2012-11-12 12:10:10 AM

RevCarter: Just to muddle things further, Broadwell was revealing secret Benghazi information last month - Link

Seriously.


Disclaimer: this whole BENGHAZI CONSPIRACY crap is still BS. Even disregarding the numerous attacks on embassies during Dubya's reign - douchebag terrorists took advantage of a pissed off population to f--k up an outpost diplomatic base. Horrible tragedy. Neither that, nor the [supposed] "coverup", was a "conspiracy". If there were any merit, the family members of those who died would be demanding an investigation, not telling political candidates to STFU and stop using their dead son as political capitol.

That said:


"Now I don't know if a lot of you heard this," she replied, "but the CIA annex had actually-had taken a couple of Libyan militia members prisoner and they think that the attack on the consulate was an effort to try to get these prisoners back. So that's still being vetted."


Holy f--king crap, I very nearly headdesked after reading that.

I'm all for transparency in government, but for national security's sake I'm willing to give the benefit of the doubt for some time period to sensitive diplomatic information abroad. I think Manning hasn't been treated well, but I also think that releasing current information about diplomatic activities abroad is freaking dangerous. A time frame for when information has to be released for the public/scholars/historians/whatever - and within reason, extensions can be requested by the current administration - is something I would be much more comfortable with.

In any case, I'm tipsy, and holy crap, Shiat You Should Not F--king Disclose, especially if a source fed you this information (if you came across it through your own detective work, doesn't count, because if you could someone else could too): top of the list includes "CIA" in the text and "I don't know if you heard this" somewhere at the beginning.
 
2012-11-12 12:14:10 AM
The people trying to tie Obama to some "Petraeus coverup" need to go back to asking for his long-form birth certificate. This is one of the dumber things I've seen in a while. Petraeus stuck his dick in crazy. It really is that simple. Move on.
 
2012-11-12 12:17:59 AM
For some reason, this affair reminds me of this other (fictional) one:

www.ifc.com 

I guess it's the whole "reporter/writer goes balls deep into the subject matter, then farks him over"
 
2012-11-12 12:58:47 AM

RevCarter: Just to muddle things further, Broadwell was revealing secret Benghazi information last month - Link

Seriously.


Dayum. Wonder what other private CIA intel she learned. fark, no wonder Patraeus resigned. Really reckless and unprofessional on his part if he did tell her anything.

/don't stick your dick in crazy
//but if you do, definitely don't tell crazy anything important
 
2012-11-12 01:08:28 AM

Miss Stein: identical twin sister.


i.imgur.com
 
2012-11-12 01:50:49 AM

StreetlightInTheGhetto: The other theory was that the second second women wasn't having an affair with Petraeus, but that the crazy you shan't stick your dick into thought she was and started harassing her.


I think this is more likely. If you were having an affair with the DCI and his other Other Woman contacted you, would you go to the FBI?
 
2012-11-12 02:33:04 AM

noneyourbase: I think this is more likely. If you were having an affair with the DCI and his other Other Woman contacted you, would you go to the FBI?


My understanding is that Mistress A contacted lady B out of Petraeus's own email account. To lady B, it would have looked like Petraeus was threatening her in some way. If I believed the CIA director was threatening me, I'd take that shiat to the FBI, CIA, and the local news agencies to save my own skin, affair or not.
 
2012-11-12 02:37:36 AM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: RevCarter: Just to muddle things further, Broadwell was revealing secret Benghazi information last month - Link

Seriously.

If that story is accurate: As idiotic as it is for her to be attention whoring with classified intel, afaik it wasn't her JOB to keep secrets, it was HIS and he is the more deserving of our contempt.


Apparently what she said wasn't true. It seems to me that she made it up to make it look like she had an inside source, that's the type of stuff crazy people pull.

cloud_van_dame: Yet another theory: Other other woman was not his mistress, but the female half of a couple that was friends with General P and his wife.
She somehow found out about the affair and that is why the mistress viewed her as a threat - she might tell Mrs. P and Mr. B.

Maybe now we know why Mrs. P has that "I did my time" look. She's sick of this shiat, but can't be bothered to file for divorce.


I thought about this scenario also. But I think it is more likely that crazy saw General P spending time with a younger better looking woman and decided she was a threat to their relationship, and she did what crazy people do.
 
2012-11-12 02:38:22 AM
If all of this, including the general's resignation, had transpired and come out right before the election, would we be practicing the words, "President Romney"?
 
2012-11-12 02:51:30 AM

gadian: noneyourbase: I think this is more likely. If you were having an affair with the DCI and his other Other Woman contacted you, would you go to the FBI?

My understanding is that Mistress A contacted lady B out of Petraeus's own email account. To lady B, it would have looked like Petraeus was threatening her in some way. If I believed the CIA director was threatening me, I'd take that shiat to the FBI, CIA, and the local news agencies to save my own skin, affair or not.


Have you got a source for that? Because I haven't read anything like that. I thought crazy had emailed this other lady with threats, and they'd investigated crazy's email, which lead to Petraeus being asked about the affair.
 
2012-11-12 02:52:47 AM

doglover: Why can't people in power have concubines anymore.


Some of us don't want power. We just want that extra lovin'.
 
2012-11-12 02:54:39 AM

Huck And Molly Ziegler: If all of this, including the general's resignation, had transpired and come out right before the election, would we be practicing the words, "President Romney"?


Because anger at a powerful man with multiple womenfolk makes us want to vote for a Mormon.
 
2012-11-12 02:55:01 AM

Huck And Molly Ziegler: If all of this, including the general's resignation, had transpired and come out right before the election, would we be practicing the words, "President Romney"?


Doubtful, it would have hyped up the Bengazi conspiracy nuts even further, but they were voting against Obama anyway. I don't think the average voter would blame Obama for a Republican ex-general having an affair.
 
2012-11-12 02:56:33 AM

maddermaxx: Have you got a source for that? Because I haven't read anything like that. I thought crazy had emailed this other lady with threats, and they'd investigated crazy's email, which lead to Petraeus being asked about the affair.


Hmm. I'm not seeing one now, which means I misread something earlier or that is was bad info. Sorry about that.
 
2012-11-12 02:59:35 AM

Huck And Molly Ziegler: If all of this, including the general's resignation, had transpired and come out right before the election, would we be practicing the words, "President Romney"?


Horse shiat
 
2012-11-12 03:00:21 AM
 
2012-11-12 03:08:02 AM

gadian: noneyourbase: I think this is more likely. If you were having an affair with the DCI and his other Other Woman contacted you, would you go to the FBI?

My understanding is that Mistress A contacted lady B out of Petraeus's own email account. To lady B, it would have looked like Petraeus was threatening her in some way. If I believed the CIA director was threatening me, I'd take that shiat to the FBI, CIA, and the local news agencies to save my own skin, affair or not.


Mistress A using P's own email doesn't make sense. The FBI investigation had been going on for months before they realised P was involved. Having it come from his email would've been a big farking hint that he might be involved.

So Mistress A definitely used her own email to harass lady B. I assume the FBI went through her emails (looking for evidence of the crazy) and stumbled across evidence of the affair.

Actually, it likely that Mistress A was harassing lady B about something other than P - maybe B ran over her cat or something. If Mistress A though B was the other OTHER woman, you'd think the harassing emails would have hinted it was about a guy, and the FBI would've gone looking for something like that (and then they would've realised the P affair earlier).
 
2012-11-12 03:08:24 AM

jmr61: Huck And Molly Ziegler: If all of this, including the general's resignation, had transpired and come out right before the election, would we be practicing the words, "President Romney"?

Horse shiat


Any excuse is good enough for these people to realize that they had the second worse candidate in the 21st century.
 
2012-11-12 03:26:11 AM
David is a Scorpio... that explains ever'thang.

Anyway, did Holly marry him because she wanted to, or because Daddy told her to?

(and just for shiats and giggles, a 2010 thread on nigerian romance scammers who used Petraeus biographical information and photos to lure unsuspecting women)
 
2012-11-12 04:11:35 AM

LiquidSky: gadian: noneyourbase: I think this is more likely. If you were having an affair with the DCI and his other Other Woman contacted you, would you go to the FBI?

My understanding is that Mistress A contacted lady B out of Petraeus's own email account. To lady B, it would have looked like Petraeus was threatening her in some way. If I believed the CIA director was threatening me, I'd take that shiat to the FBI, CIA, and the local news agencies to save my own skin, affair or not.

Mistress A using P's own email doesn't make sense. The FBI investigation had been going on for months before they realised P was involved. Having it come from his email would've been a big farking hint that he might be involved.

So Mistress A definitely used her own email to harass lady B. I assume the FBI went through her emails (looking for evidence of the crazy) and stumbled across evidence of the affair.

Actually, it likely that Mistress A was harassing lady B about something other than P - maybe B ran over her cat or something. If Mistress A though B was the other OTHER woman, you'd think the harassing emails would have hinted it was about a guy, and the FBI would've gone looking for something like that (and then they would've realised the P affair earlier).


Yeah, but if the coworker lady wasn't actually having an affair with Patraeus, she wouldn't have known for certain what the mistress was going on about, and would have rightly judged her as a mentally unstable stalker type, and if she realized who the mistress was and that she was a West Point grad, she probably would have felt even more threatened.

People who cheat are the most likely to think other people are cheating. It's not at all far fetched that the mistress was just off her rocker crazy. I've dealt with some crazy in my time, and let me tell you, reality is no roadblock to their delusions. They think whatever they want to think. She started having an affair with Patraeus by working with him (on the biography) so it's only natural that she'd get suspicious of his attractive female co-workers, because she assumes they're all crazed, cock-hungry skanks dying to starfark famous or important men, just like she is.

She'll also assume they're sneaky and stalkery like she is, so a lack of any evidence of an affair will be no deterrence to her paranoia. She'll just assume the other woman is a manipulative mastermind to be pulling it off, that she really has her hooks in her man because he's obviously protecting her by saying nothing is going on, and this will fuel her hatred even more, and the crazy dial will crank even further towards eleventy.
 
2012-11-12 04:17:09 AM

LiquidSky: Mistress A using P's own email doesn't make sense. The FBI investigation had been going on for months before they realised P was involved. Having it come from his email would've been a big farking hint that he might be involved.

So Mistress A definitely used her own email to harass lady B. I assume the FBI went through her emails (looking for evidence of the crazy) and stumbled across evidence of the affair.


Reports from today indicate that Mistress Bunny-Boiler set up a fake Petraeus gmail account and used that to harass Lady B, pretending to be Petraeus himself, including references to classified material.

Lady B, being a longtime friend of both Petraeuses, didn't think it was really him and thought someone had hacked his account. She contacted the FBI because of the serious nature of the threats, and because of suspected hacking.

FBI hears "hey, so... I'm getting psycho emails from Gen Petraeus. You might wanna make sure he didn't get hacked, cuz... security issues." FBI investigates the fake email account, figure out it's Bunny Boiler, and then stumble upon all manner of other crazy going on too.

This seems pretty direct to me. If I were in Lady B's shoes, I'd have done exactly the same thing. The FBI's reaction seems pretty fair to me too, considering the situation.
 
2012-11-12 04:28:30 AM
The most important thing is that we can still write articles where the majority of the sources are anonymous. I understand the journalist perspective on this, maintaining the anonymity of your sources so you maintain your credibility, but how much of a shiat stain do you have to be to talk about on going investigations or talk about the personal lives of your friends then claim anonymity so you don't have to deal with any consequences? Still, as a journalist, isn't the information you gather from anonymous sources supposed to then be corroborated?

/Side note: anonymity in reference to whistle blowing should be maintained to discourage fear of reprisals
 
2012-11-12 04:32:02 AM

RevCarter: Just to muddle things further, Broadwell was revealing secret Benghazi information last month - Link

Seriously.


Wow. This chick is weapons-grade crazy.

Pretty sure we're gonna be hearing just how deep the rabbit hole goes over the next month or so.
 
2012-11-12 05:13:57 AM
General Penetrateus?
 
2012-11-12 06:28:38 AM
No woman is worth losing your job and dignity over.
 
2012-11-12 06:44:17 AM
Is it too early to point out he's a Republican? So there must be some sodomy in there too.
 
2012-11-12 07:21:44 AM

noneyourbase: StreetlightInTheGhetto: The other theory was that the second second women wasn't having an affair with Petraeus, but that the crazy you shan't stick your dick into thought she was and started harassing her.

I think this is more likely. If you were having an affair with the DCI and his other Other Woman contacted you, would you go to the FBI?


Nope. The Dear Abby column.
 
2012-11-12 07:22:29 AM
Oh yay, the angle this morning on CBS is White House complicity. "When did Obama know, and was this covered up until after the election?" This news brought to you by Koch, cooking up the best in conspiracies since the faked moon shot....
 
2012-11-12 08:10:02 AM

Bigdogdaddy: jmr61: Huck And Molly Ziegler: If all of this, including the general's resignation, had transpired and come out right before the election, would we be practicing the words, "President Romney"?

Horse shiat

Any excuse is good enough for these people to realize that they had the second worse candidate in the 19th- 21st centuries.



FTFY
 
2012-11-12 08:50:44 AM

cloud_van_dame: Yet another theory: Other other woman was not his mistress, but the female half of a couple that was friends with General P and his wife.
She somehow found out about the affair and that is why the mistress viewed her as a threat - she might tell Mrs. P and Mr. B.

Maybe now we know why Mrs. P has that "I did my time" look. She's sick of this shiat, but can't be bothered to file for divorce.


Why should she file for divorce and settle for a lower standard of living? If he wants a divorce, let hims sign over any minor children, the house, her preferred car. a minimum of half of all the savings and retirement accounts and agree to a generous alimony payment. Then, Mr. Publicly-humiliate-my-wife, can have a divorce.
 
2012-11-12 09:00:56 AM

Shirley Ujest: No woman is worth losing your job and dignity over.


Sure, but on the other hand, you know, getting laid.
 
2012-11-12 09:22:17 AM

RevCarter:
Agreed, except as a former army intel officer, she did have something of a professional obligation to keep her mouth shut.


Broadwell is an Army Reserve Officer. If she was dishing out classified information she should be locked up. The fact that she was involved in adultery, I'm surprised she's not enjoying a court-martial.
 
2012-11-12 09:51:31 AM

wambu: He will rue the day he approved that book title.


A Challenger Appears!
www.breakingcopy.com
 
2012-11-12 10:52:34 AM

ongbok: You know every right left wing blog and nutcase is going to be claiming some wild theory of how she was working for Obama Romney to discredit Petraeus.


ftfy

/do you know how I know that you don't know that 0bama gave him the job, right?
 
2012-11-12 11:12:04 AM

BeesNuts: wambu: He will rue the day he approved that book title.

A Challenger Appears!
[www.breakingcopy.com image 410x630]


It's eerie. How do they know?
 
2012-11-12 11:59:37 AM

Shirley Ujest: No woman is worth losing your job and dignity over.

 
2012-11-12 12:02:48 PM

Lunaville: cloud_van_dame: Yet another theory: Other other woman was not his mistress, but the female half of a couple that was friends with General P and his wife.
She somehow found out about the affair and that is why the mistress viewed her as a threat - she might tell Mrs. P and Mr. B.

Maybe now we know why Mrs. P has that "I did my time" look. She's sick of this shiat, but can't be bothered to file for divorce.

Why should she file for divorce and settle for a lower standard of living? If he wants a divorce, let hims sign over any minor children, the house, her preferred car. a minimum of half of all the savings and retirement accounts and agree to a generous alimony payment. Then, Mr. Publicly-humiliate-my-wife, can have a divorce.


Ho was only with him for the money, living vicariously through his accomplishments? I have no sympathy for hoes who stay with a man for the security factor and can't make their own lives. Fk her.

She can do all her pro-military shiat as a single woman, or as a woman with a new man and a new love. This staying with a man because the money is right is some played out Paterno/Sandusky wife bullshiat.

/2 to 1 she already knew her man was fking other hoes
//but who cares as long as she wears the ring, that kind of ho
 
2012-11-12 12:21:08 PM
BetrayUs betrays his wife AND his girlfriend. That's quite a busy boy there.
 
2012-11-12 01:12:16 PM
Fox News is insinuating strongly that obama used the affair to get petreaus to blame benghazi on the YouTube video today
 
2012-11-12 02:35:57 PM

SlothB77: Fox News is insinuating strongly that obama used the affair to get petreaus to blame benghazi on the YouTube video today


Fox news is, and has always been, full of shiat.
 
2012-11-12 03:51:42 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: David is a Scorpio... that explains ever'thang.


Both David AND Paula are Scorpios. Uh oh.

/scorpio. totally get it.
 
2012-11-12 04:29:31 PM
They are charter members of the USMA Run and Cum Club
 
2012-11-12 05:49:00 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: /2 to 1 she already knew her man was fking other hoes
//but who cares as long as she wears the ring, that kind of ho



Sometimes this is not about money, it's about screwing over the mistresses, since bigamy is still illegal.
Watch old 1930s movie "The Women" for insight.
 
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