Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The Cover-Up Continues,...

"Yesterday evening, the entry for Jay McInerney's book Story of My Life contained the tidbit that his inspiration for protagonist Allison Poole, whom he has described as "an ostensibly jaded, cocaine-addled, sexually voracious 20-year-old," is none other than his ex-girlfriend Rielle Hunter, who just happens to be the woman with whom Edwards is allegedly cheating on his cancer-stricken wife. Today, that little nugget has been deleted."
-- Walker Boyd, on the busy little Left-wing beavers at Wikipedia - and with some choice quotes from McInerney's book - over at Radar Online

Message to Democrats: this won't work, people - what do you think you're doing? How many times must it be repeated that the cover-up is always worse than the crime? You NewAgers will never learn.

I said long ago, the Democratic Party would bring down Obama, and you guys are making it happen right before my eyes. It's incredible - and incredibly stupid. One slip-up - just one - and your whole house of tarot cards is going to come tumbling down.

The American people* won't stand for it.

*Special message to those who are donating money:

Fuck - you assholes are making me feel humbled. (That's new.) Thank you. And, I promise, I'll try to keep up my end. Assholes. (Smile)


  1. The public's obsession with politicians' sex lives is just another manifestation of the great "Dumbing Down" that took place with the rise of mass media, barely a step above celebrity gossip and sports statistics.

    It IS easier easier to understand than military and economic issues, though, I'll give you that.

    "Pay no attention to the man reaching for your wallet! Look, here's picture of a girl in a bikini!"

    I think I'll skip the "free show" and keep my hand in my pocket...

  2. Sorry - I'm not buying it. A very selective partisan pattern has already set in with libs: when Clinton did Monica wrong, it was "just a blowjob," but, when Larry Craig (supposedly) got caught, then it was time to hoot and hollar about hypocrisy and sleaze. Even worse, you think we'll forget, like we're your personal punching bags.

    And since Obama is the guy who wants to put his hand in our pockets, with $80 billion in new taxes, there's no way that excuse is gonna fly either.

    I think it's amazing, in the face of a complete media blackout, that anyone - liberal or conservative - would accept it. This shows a contempt for the American people that's beyond belief - no matter of how you feel about sex scandals, etc.

    But I guess it's too much to expect relativists to understand:

    They're too used to showing contempt for others.

  3. Well obviously you're "buying" something or you wouldn't have post after post about celebrity and political sex scandals.

    You do raise an important point regarding spending though:

    "since Obama is the guy who wants to put his hand in our pockets, with $80 billion in new taxes, there's no way that excuse is gonna fly either."

    Unfortunately, even that staggering sum is still less than 1/1000th of our govt's current debt.

    In fact, whoever gets elected is going to have to raise taxes and cut spending, because not everything that makes the country run can be purchased on credit.

    You may now return to your regularly scheduled celebrity gossip.