Monday, March 7, 2011

Charlie Sheen Runs With A Bad Crowd? (Rubes)

Considering all the BS everybody wants to dump on regular guy Charlie Sheen - and, especially, considering the we-played-for-Gaddafi troupers - here's a few stories everybody should keep in mind the next time one of these celebrities are paraded before us as people we should look up to:
It’s no secret that Bill Clinton has long been friends with convicted sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein has contributed to both Bill and Hillary’s campaigns. But no one knew about the night Bill spent on Epstein’s private Caribbean island with three underage girls until now.
Oh, but this Epstein nonsense gets better:
Last week I wrote about a party thrown by this convicted sleazebag for a group of news anchors including Charlie Rose, George Stephanopoulos, and Katie Couric. The next day I received a message from Katie Couric expressing her regret for attending the party, Stephanopoulos and Rose never responded. So let me ask again: Why are George Stephanopoulos and Charlie Rose socializing with this guy? Don’t ABC and PBS have some kind of ethics clause in their employee contracts?
Nope, not done yet - over to England:
Prince Andrew attended naked pool parties at the home of his billionaire paedophile friend, it was claimed yesterday.

Young women frolicked nude in the swimming pool while the Duke of York visited the Florida mansion of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.
And since we have to tie everything - literally everything - into Oprah and her friends (like NewAge "sweat lodge" murderer James Arthur Ray) here comes her gal pal - and children's book author - Sarah Ferguson:
The British Royal Family has added another scandal to its growing list, as news broke this weekend that ex-Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson once accepted £15,000 ($30,000) from a millionaire New Yorker convicted of pedophilia. 

 Ferguson, who held the nickname 'Fergie' from 1984 to 2003, accepted funds from hedge-fund millionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in order to pay debts to her former personal assistant. Ferguson's ex-husband, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, reportedly assisted with the deal.
And to that we can only add one word:

Winning!