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(Huffington Post)   If you're going to blow the whistle on an adulterous relationship with a senior government official, you might want to make sure you aren't running a major cancer charity scam at the same time. We're looking at you, Jill "Catfight" Kelley   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 195
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2012-11-14 02:16:28 PM

Max Awesome: There should be some kind of firewall to separate military personel from grifters like these. Why are they handing out 'honorary ambassadorships' to whores that troll military bases?

It seems all it takes to get military secrets is to jump on a dick or two.


One would hope that a flag grade officer would have teh judgement to keep himself separate from the "grifters" and not need somebody to do it for him.

Unfortunately most Flag Grade officers also have a political mentor ( a member of congress looking out for his career). so it hard to separate the two. . Most Flag grade officers are completely politicized when they get their first star.

The only Generals I knew who managed to keep the grifters and politicians some what at bay were former Marine Corps Commandants Gray and Mundy.
 
2012-11-14 02:16:29 PM

Koalaesq: Diogenes: I think the most important question at this point is which one will Susan Lucci play?

Pretty sure George Wendt will play Mrs. Patreus


Norm?!?

Hilarious! But shaved legs are a must.
 
2012-11-14 02:20:00 PM
bunner:

While the origins of the seed money used to start the charity in 2007 are unclear, financial records reviewed by The Huffington Post reveal that the group spent all of its money not on research, but on parties, entertainment, travel and attorney fees.

Organized charities are what bored, rich women use to fund their social whirl.

Almost none of it ever goes to the needy.

You wanna help? See who needs help, find those motherf*ckers and hand them the sammiches, blankets and money in person. The odds of any other method working are slim.


But then you'll be encouraging then to let go of their bootstraps and rely on handouts, just like Sharia Law says. Are you some kind of Scandihoovian or something?

And by the way, half-pints of cheap liquor are also welcome. Drinking mouthwash gets OLD after a while.
 
2012-11-14 02:23:03 PM

Publikwerks: you are a puppet: What if it comes out that Petraeus banged both twins at the same time? Do we give him a pass on everything else?

[www.historyguy.com image 652x599]


Is that Morse code in the dots on those stars?
 
2012-11-14 02:24:07 PM
SuperNinjaToad:

Beyond her hosting efforts, The Washington Post reports that, according to a military officer who served on Gen. Petraeus' staff, Kelley was a "'self-appointed' go-between for Central Command officers with Lebanese and other Middle Eastern government officials."

OK.. this is a bit disconcerting!

Why is this woman a liaison between CentCom and Mid East countries?


Like I just said, I'm sure there're Gemayels and Chamouns involved here.
 
2012-11-14 02:36:40 PM
HotWingConspiracy:

Apparently she thought being an "honorary ambassador to the military" conferred some kind of legal protection to her.

Also Paula Broadwell in Classified Document Probe

"A source familiar with case told ABC News that Broadwell admitted to the FBI she took the documents from secure government buildings."


Stalin would have known how to get to the bottom of this wide and deep international conspiracy.

Are there any rendition centres in North Dakota? There should be.
 
2012-11-14 02:39:57 PM

NowhereMon: Publikwerks: you are a puppet: What if it comes out that Petraeus banged both twins at the same time? Do we give him a pass on everything else?

[www.historyguy.com image 652x599]

Is that Morse code in the dots on those stars?


It's morse code for "shiatty rendering in hotlinked image"
 
2012-11-14 02:40:54 PM

Rent Party: my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: Publikwerks: you are a puppet:

What if it comes out that Petraeus banged both twins at the same time? Do we give him a pass on everything else?

[www.historyguy.com image 652x599]

I don't think anyone involved was a 5-star...those things are super rare.

I think the point is that if he managed to bag the twins at the same time, he deserves that fifth star.

I concur with that assessment.


No no no. When an ordinary schlepp like me gets to do it then it's an achievement. When you're DCI you can arrange things like that as easily as I send out for pizza.
 
2012-11-14 02:50:03 PM

The One True TheDavid: Rent Party: my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: Publikwerks: you are a puppet:

What if it comes out that Petraeus banged both twins at the same time? Do we give him a pass on everything else?

[www.historyguy.com image 652x599]

I don't think anyone involved was a 5-star...those things are super rare.

I think the point is that if he managed to bag the twins at the same time, he deserves that fifth star.

I concur with that assessment.

No no no. When an ordinary schlepp like me gets to do it then it's an achievement. When you're DCI you can arrange things like that as easily as I send out for pizza.


"Threeway with Identical Twins" is a level-up achievement no matter who you are. You should get promoted to Head Pizza Delivery Guy. Petreaus gets that fifth star.
 
2012-11-14 02:51:25 PM

Dr.Zom: That the director of the CIA may have been compromised means less to them than the cancellation of Firefly.


Dafuq? How the hell was he "compromised"???

Getting some strange isn't a compromising situation anymore. Hell, lying about it under oath isn't even a compromising situation anymore!
 
2012-11-14 03:01:23 PM

my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: Rapmaster2000: CapeFearCadaver: factoryconnection: Generation_D: requoted for emphasis.

A delightful coincidence, but not one that snuck past me.

Rapmaster2000: Mind blown. That's farking it.

No, no, no... if she was a Madam she'd be making some serious coin, not broke and immersed in debt although not as badly as her twin sister. The silver S500 and her look would work for a high-class Madam but the financials don't make sense.

Maybe business has been bad. I mean, we are in a recession...

And these guys are on a government salary. They aren't bankers.

True, they don't have banker money, but did you know a 2-star general earns over $200,000/year in retirement?


That's a lot of blowjobs.
 
2012-11-14 03:06:54 PM
So the dumb twin shoulda just minded her own business and now she will have a govt and public spotlight up her butt for god knows how many months and it looks like if they probe deep enough her and hubby can spend some time in in a federal PITA prison from some kinda shady dealings. But who knows maybe they got a string or 2 to pull.
 
2012-11-14 03:09:49 PM

groppet: So the dumb twin shoulda just minded her own business and now she will have a govt and public spotlight up her butt for god knows how many months and it looks like if they probe deep enough her and hubby can spend some time in in a federal PITA prison from some kinda shady dealings. But who knows maybe they got a string or 2 to pull.


From the sounds of it they just burned those bridges.
 
2012-11-14 03:10:46 PM

dofus: I like the part where she calls 911 and asks for diplomatic immunity.


I heard that 911 call on a news report at lunchtime. It is 100% USDA Prime crazy.
 
2012-11-14 03:14:53 PM

netcentric: you are a puppet: What if it comes out that Petraeus banged both twins at the same time? Do we give him a pass on everything else?


Well, theres the 4 dead Gov't workers in Libya that were fighting their asses off to protect American nationals (iiirc they got 37 out to the airport) . No word if any of those were MILFS.

If you are banging the twins while this was going on.... then a few people might give you the thumbs up.

But I'm gonna go out on a limb and say the families of the dead CIA men and State Dept men are going to give it a thumbs down. But that's just me.

Your at understaffed CIA annex, under attack. Firing a heavy Machinegun at insurgents. You lase a target and are on the horn calling for support. You get through to CIA staff and they say Gen Petraeous is at a cocktail party and should not be disturbed because he has a chance to bang those two twin MILFs.

So your last thought as you get blown off the roof of the annex and fall onto one of the people you are trying to protect is " Man, I thought he was banging that inbed'd reporter chick from Iraq?"

Then you die because no one did come....

I don't know I see your point it's a close call....I could go either way.


LIghten up Francine
 
2012-11-14 03:18:12 PM

lobotomy survivor: It is becoming increasingly clear why they chose to expose this mess right after rather than right before the election.


Yes, sweetie, that's right, it was all a cover-up for the KENYANMUSLINUSURPERATHEIST
 
2012-11-14 03:19:23 PM
www.bvvp.com
 
2012-11-14 03:25:31 PM

Rapmaster2000: my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: Rapmaster2000: CapeFearCadaver: factoryconnection: Generation_D: requoted for emphasis.

A delightful coincidence, but not one that snuck past me.

Rapmaster2000: Mind blown. That's farking it.

No, no, no... if she was a Madam she'd be making some serious coin, not broke and immersed in debt although not as badly as her twin sister. The silver S500 and her look would work for a high-class Madam but the financials don't make sense.

Maybe business has been bad. I mean, we are in a recession...

And these guys are on a government salary. They aren't bankers.

True, they don't have banker money, but did you know a 2-star general earns over $200,000/year in retirement?

That's a lot of blowjobs.


To say nothing of the fact that two or three stars in any service is almost a gaurantee of six-and seven figure "consulting" contracts with big defense companies for as long as you still have former subordinates working at the Pentagon
 
2012-11-14 03:30:53 PM

Koalaesq: Diogenes: I think the most important question at this point is which one will Susan Lucci play?

Pretty sure George Wendt will play Mrs. Patreus


She may not be a beauty queen, but I've worked with Holly and she is- "Formidable" ... someone you fark with at your peril. (she runs the CFPB department in charge of making sure sleazy lenders and insurance companies don't fark over servicemembers. She's VERY good at her job and it's utterly shocking how big an industry financially screwing over soldiers really is.) If they stay together it's only because she had Dave's balls in a jar of formaldahyde on her shelf. If they split up she's taking the whole block and tackle..,
 
2012-11-14 03:37:59 PM

hasty ambush: Generation_D: Why is the head of our armed forces and CIA palling around with these bimbos.

How you act when no-one's looking tells a lot.

Senator and their fundraisers to. You forgot about them:

Link

And in court documents filed by Kelley's sister Natalie Khawam, she name-drops both Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts and Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island -- who both have ties to a Providence, RI, lawyer/Democratic fundraiser who loaned a whopping $300,000 to Khawam.

A spokesman for Whitehouse today that lawyer, Gerald Harrington, has dated and "may have been engaged to Khawam." Harrington has not returned a call seeking comment.

Khawam claimed in a July 12 letter to her estranged husband that she took their now 4-year-old son "on vacation last year to Martha Vineyard," where their son and "I had a great time at the DSCC [Democratic Senate Campaign Committee] event

"Sen. John Kerry asked if [her son] would be coming again this year," Khawam wrote. "[Their son] was a superstar at the DSCC last year."

A spokeswoman for Kerry - who the Washington Post reports is being considered as President Obama's next secretary of defense -- in an email comment wrote, "Senator Kerry's friend Jerry Harrington introduced him to his girlfriend (Natalie) at a DSCC event."

Also filed in that court case by Khawam is a letter from Whitehouse, who like Kerry is a Democrat.

That letter was written to Harrington, who has been a fundraiser for Kerry and other Democrats out of Rhode Island. Harrington, according to Khawam's federal bankruptcy filing earlier this year in Florida, gave her a personal loan of $300,000.

"Derry Gerry," Whitehouse wrote. "I am excited to hear that you and [Khawam's son] may be coming to the Family Clambake. That would be terrific! All the best wishes, Sheldon."


learningneverstops.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-11-14 03:43:34 PM

factoryconnection: Generation_D: requoted for emphasis.

A delightful coincidence, but not one that snuck past me.

Rapmaster2000: Mind blown. That's farking it.

No, no, no... if she was a Madam she'd be making some serious coin, not broke and immersed in debt although not as badly as her twin sister. The silver S500 and her look would work for a high-class Madam but the financials don't make sense.


Maybe they're just *bad* at running a whorehouse? I mean....they could just be totally incompetent at it. Occam's Razor and all that.
 
2012-11-14 03:48:10 PM

Wild Eyed and Wicked: GrizzlyPouch: NowhereMon: She sounds like most of the country club Republicans I know: living spectacularly beyond their means, up to their ears in debt, marital infidelity is the norm, and willing to do almost anything to keep up appearances. Permeating all of this is the attitude that they are better than the unwashed lower classes (even though their net worth is less than most people on welfare) and that the rules that apply to everyone else do not apply to them. To hobnob with public figure of note, a general or a politician is like a wet dream, a confirmation of the fantasy that they are someone.

Losers, all of them.

Petraeus should have known better than to get mixed up in all of that.

How is it that you've come to know all this about these people?

Are you a psychic? A wizard?

O right you're just pulling shiat out your ass

I think he meant that he knows people like this biatch - owes a crap ton of money but puts on fabulous parties, only wears designers clothes and drive expensive cars. If so, I also know several people like this and it is hard to feel sorry for them when they crash and burn from years of overspending.


And there are plenty of these dumbshiats in LA. It is by no means limited to Republicans. It can be apolitical behavior.
 
2012-11-14 03:49:56 PM

NowhereMon: She sounds like most of the country club Republicans I know: living spectacularly beyond their means, up to their ears in debt, marital infidelity is the norm, and willing to do almost anything to keep up appearances. Permeating all of this is the attitude that they are better than the unwashed lower classes (even though their net worth is less than most people on welfare) and that the rules that apply to everyone else do not apply to them. To hobnob with public figure of note, a general or a politician is like a wet dream, a confirmation of the fantasy that they are someone.

Losers, all of them.

Petraeus should have known better than to get mixed up in all of that.


I couldn't have articulated this better. So much this.
 
2012-11-14 03:53:16 PM

lelio: NowhereMon: Petraeus should have known better than to get mixed up in all of that.

This will all make sense when it is revealed that Jill is actually a Madam. You think that military men want to go to parties in "high society" Tampa for the conversation?


High society Tampa. Heh.
 
2012-11-14 04:02:43 PM
The Washington Post reports that, according to a military officer who served on Gen. Petraeus' staff, Kelley was a "'self-appointed' go-between for Central Command officers with Lebanese and other Middle Eastern government officials.

Wait! So she was carrying on a Lebanese relationship in addition to the two generals? This just gets richer with each passing day.
 
2012-11-14 04:07:53 PM
That picture looks like Andrea Parker, who is hot. That is all.
 
2012-11-14 04:50:13 PM
Why, oh WHY, has not one single person, not ONE made reference to Jill Kelley's name being strikingly similar to a porn star's?! A porn star with her own production company?! And she's involved in a SEX SCANDAL!!

What the hell is wrong with the news today?!

Or more to the point... Even on FARK there is not a single reference. Did I slip into Bizzaro World by accident?
 
2012-11-14 04:53:10 PM

durbnpoisn: Why, oh WHY, has not one single person, not ONE made reference to Jill Kelley's name being strikingly similar to a porn star's?! A porn star with her own production company?! And she's involved in a SEX SCANDAL!!

What the hell is wrong with the news today?!

Or more to the point... Even on FARK there is not a single reference. Did I slip into Bizzaro World by accident?


Porn stars have names?
 
2012-11-14 04:54:50 PM

durbnpoisn: Why, oh WHY, has not one single person, not ONE made reference to Jill Kelley's name being strikingly similar to a porn star's?! A porn star with her own production company?! And she's involved in a SEX SCANDAL!!

What the hell is wrong with the news today?!

Or more to the point... Even on FARK there is not a single reference. Did I slip into Bizzaro World by accident?


I've seen several references in different threads, mostly of the "Do not GIS Jill Kelly at work (VERY NSFW)" variety.
 
2012-11-14 05:22:10 PM

Rent Party: Porn stars have names?


Well, parts of them do, anyway...
 
2012-11-14 05:25:16 PM
This is monumental idiocy. Moral police run wild.

Are we really farking serious, as a society, that we're going to sh-tcan military commanders for adultery, or hints of adultery? Do you know what these guys do? They kill people and break things. That's their job. Applying force. Taking risks. Scheming, cunning, assassinations.

What's next? Firing research scientists for adultery? Benching NFL running backs for adultery? Firing SEALS for adultery?

Monumental idiocy.

I look at fundamentalist Islamic societies and they are anti-woman and anti-science, and place value on ability to recite the Koran. This means the societies will regress. We place a premium on science and letting chicks do what they want, so they can contribute to society too. We reap what we sow, getting richer, more advanced societies. They reap what they sow, getting poorer, more backwards societies.

We will reap what we sow if we sic the moral police on our military commanders.

Monumental, rampant, earthshaking idiocy. It's like I'm watching a moronic sitcom when I'm listening to the media commentary. In a sitcom, I think, this is moronic, people don't behave like that in real life. But people are behaving like that in real life in this situation.

I'm really stunned at the earthshaking idiocy.
 
2012-11-14 05:30:24 PM

GregGates: [www.bvvp.com image 620x387]


She looks like she can snap him over her knee. He's the scrawniest-looking general I've ever seen. Best for pushing pencils, I guess, and advancing his career.
 
2012-11-14 05:36:32 PM

JungleBoogie: This is monumental idiocy. Moral police run wild.

Are we really farking serious, as a society, that we're going to sh-tcan military commanders for adultery, or hints of adultery? Do you know what these guys do? They kill people and break things. That's their job. Applying force. Taking risks. Scheming, cunning, assassinations.

What's next? Firing research scientists for adultery? Benching NFL running backs for adultery? Firing SEALS for adultery?

Monumental idiocy.

I look at fundamentalist Islamic societies and they are anti-woman and anti-science, and place value on ability to recite the Koran. This means the societies will regress. We place a premium on science and letting chicks do what they want, so they can contribute to society too. We reap what we sow, getting richer, more advanced societies. They reap what they sow, getting poorer, more backwards societies.

We will reap what we sow if we sic the moral police on our military commanders.

Monumental, rampant, earthshaking idiocy. It's like I'm watching a moronic sitcom when I'm listening to the media commentary. In a sitcom, I think, this is moronic, people don't behave like that in real life. But people are behaving like that in real life in this situation.

I'm really stunned at the earthshaking idiocy.


Yeah, but if half the people on this planet lived the way they SAY they live, we'd need less lawyers and guns and people playing army.
 
2012-11-14 05:39:52 PM

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: GregGates: [www.bvvp.com image 620x387]

She looks like she can snap him over her knee. He's the scrawniest-looking general I've ever seen. Best for pushing pencils, I guess, and advancing his career.


You haven't seen much in your life.

t0.gstatic.com
 
2012-11-14 05:43:19 PM

JungleBoogie: Are we really farking serious, as a society, that we're going to sh-tcan military commanders for adultery, or hints of adultery?


Your problem is with the UCMJ.
 
2012-11-14 05:44:26 PM
This woman is giving all pretentious, privildged people a bad name. Ha she no shame?
 
2012-11-14 05:54:38 PM

halfof33: It isn't that he brought his wife and mistress to the Confirmation hearing, it is that he sat them both in the front row.

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x350]


I see your American shenanigans and raise you:

iconicphotos.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-11-14 05:58:08 PM

JungleBoogie: This is monumental idiocy. Moral police run wild.

Are we really farking serious, as a society, that we're going to sh-tcan military commanders for adultery, or hints of adultery? Do you know what these guys do? They kill people and break things. That's their job. Applying force. Taking risks. Scheming, cunning, assassinations.

What's next? Firing research scientists for adultery? Benching NFL running backs for adultery? Firing SEALS for adultery?

Monumental idiocy.

I look at fundamentalist Islamic societies and they are anti-woman and anti-science, and place value on ability to recite the Koran. This means the societies will regress. We place a premium on science and letting chicks do what they want, so they can contribute to society too. We reap what we sow, getting richer, more advanced societies. They reap what they sow, getting poorer, more backwards societies.

We will reap what we sow if we sic the moral police on our military commanders.

Monumental, rampant, earthshaking idiocy. It's like I'm watching a moronic sitcom when I'm listening to the media commentary. In a sitcom, I think, this is moronic, people don't behave like that in real life. But people are behaving like that in real life in this situation.

I'm really stunned at the earthshaking idiocy.


Not sure if your just a troll or serious. I'll assume your serious.

First, adultery is a punishable offense under the UCMJ, and it's been that way for a long time. I don't know why thats the law, I can only presume thats theres a very good reason for keeping it on the books. (If it's the case of the "moral police" taking over the DoD, I would agree you.)

Second, the whole adultery thing only applies to Allen at this point, since Petraeus is retired. The real problem with Petraeus isn't the fact he had sex with someone not his wife (his wife is probably the only one who cares), it's the fact he did it illicitly and could potentially have been blackmailed when confronted with the affair. Fortunately, Uncle Sam found out before someone else did, and he resigned (as he should have.)

Otherwise, I would tend to agree with you, this whole story is ridiculous compunded on ridiculous.
 
2012-11-14 08:02:54 PM

JungleBoogie: This is monumental idiocy. Moral police run wild.

Are we really farking serious, as a society, that we're going to sh-tcan military commanders for adultery, or hints of adultery? Do you know what these guys do? They kill people and break things. That's their job. Applying force. Taking risks. Scheming, cunning, assassinations.

What's next? Firing research scientists for adultery? Benching NFL running backs for adultery? Firing SEALS for adultery?

Monumental idiocy.

I look at fundamentalist Islamic societies and they are anti-woman and anti-science, and place value on ability to recite the Koran. This means the societies will regress. We place a premium on science and letting chicks do what they want, so they can contribute to society too. We reap what we sow, getting richer, more advanced societies. They reap what they sow, getting poorer, more backwards societies.

We will reap what we sow if we sic the moral police on our military commanders.

Monumental, rampant, earthshaking idiocy. It's like I'm watching a moronic sitcom when I'm listening to the media commentary. In a sitcom, I think, this is moronic, people don't behave like that in real life. But people are behaving like that in real life in this situation.

I'm really stunned at the earthshaking idiocy.


I've had about the same reaction myself. Was talking with a retired AF guy at work, and he was going on & on about how his inability to control himself proved that Petraeus couldn't be trusted. I asked how come Eisenhower managed to not spill the beans about D-Day and the H-bomb when he was boinking his driver for years...

No response. Come on, people, we've gotta learn to compartmentalize. No, I wouldn't want my daughter marrying this guy, but there's a lot of guys I wouldn't want my daughter to marry that I am very glad are able & willing to commit violence on my behalf.

I just don't get it...
 
2012-11-14 08:31:19 PM

toraque: Dammit, well, at the speed this mess is unraveling, I better come clean now before everyone hears about it on the news.

I was actually romantically involved with not only Broadwell and Kelley, but also with General Petraeus' bag-girl (kind of like a bagman for the mob, but she just carries cash from one fake charity to another) as well as recently outed Microsoft Exec Steven Sinofsky and his team of Hungarian Lavatory slaves. In addition, I served as part of the conduit passing messages from Allen (Paul Allen at Microsoft, not that other general dude) to his handlers in the Cirque del Soleil (who I believe are in fact a front for the International Monetary Fund) and handled instructions for his currency launderers in Zaire, Togo and Santa Fe. While I was never part of the actual conspiracy itself, I did receive a ceremonial back rub from a masked, naked Karl Rove and was instructed in the Hidden Secrets and told what was actually buried in Steve Job's tomb. I also baked a cake for Helen Thomas, but that was just for her birthday and wasn't really connected to anything else.

Wow, I really feel better after getting that off my chest.



Line forms to the right, fella.
 
2012-11-14 10:21:15 PM

Dr.Zom: netcentric: It is a sad day when unpaid social liason milfs cannot just freely wander through the high echelons on military bases. What have we come to as a nation ?

What are they going to do there now, just military stuff?

....that's crazy

What amazes me is the many Farkers who are shrugging their shoulders at this whole thing.

That the director of the CIA may have been compromised means less to them than the cancellation of Firefly.


Damn right, I liked the later.
 
2012-11-14 11:40:46 PM

cryinoutloud: davidab: I agree with you except the part about "the power to use them." Usually some form of authorization is necessary to use WMDs. Everything else you said is SPOT ON.

You picked THAT out of all that? It's on their resume--"have access to the red button of destruction."

I woke up this morning wishing death on a few people in my past, knowing that they will never suffer one bit for everything they did to ruin my life, and this whole story just reminds me of that. You'd think a guy like Petraeus would have learned that one lesson--TRUST NO ONE--but since we're all puny humans, we do like to trust others and confide in them. And farkers like these two women are right there to take advantage of it all, then walk away pretty much unscathed when the whole place burns down.

I hate these kinds of people with a passion, in case you can't tell.


Access to the red button doesnt mean they get to use it without presidential (or similar) authorization. Yes I can tell... Have you seen the movie "God Bless America?"
 
2012-11-15 01:10:48 AM

HotIgneous Intruder: Zeb Hesselgresser: Now, someone explain to me how Congress exempting themselves from the Affordable Care Act isn't part and parcel of the same horseshiat thinking.

Say what? No way.


Right: no way. They're not exempt (see last item).
 
2012-11-15 05:21:19 AM

rekoil: halfof33: It isn't that he brought his wife and mistress to the Confirmation hearing, it is that he sat them both in the front row.

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x350]

I see your American shenanigans and raise you:

[iconicphotos.files.wordpress.com image 496x445]


They still look inbred. A. Pingeot included. 

It goes to say, some things just can't be changed.
 
2012-11-15 05:23:29 AM

KatjaMouse: If you were to pitch this whole thing to a Hollywood exec he'd shoot you down as there's no way the audience could suspend their disbelief for it.


Truth is stranger than fiction.
 
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