Saturday, August 09, 2008

What Rielle Hunter Told Me

Jonothan Darman of Newsweek pens an article about Miss Hunter and from everything the scribe writes, the lady sounds like a truly gentle soul. Even after their fallout, Hunter had the gracious heart to send him flowers after his father died.

Doesn't surprise the howler.

Usually powerful men with a Crest smile but a stone for conscience prey on decent women as easy marks -- whether it is to to join in marriage, a roll in the hay or as a source. And really no surprise that Miss Hunter is refusing to allow a paternity test. No doubt, something Little Johnny already knew when he bravely offered to take one.

One can't help but speculate if this bit of information might have had something to do with Edwards' timely endorsement of Barky right after Hillary whipped him good in West Virginia.

Well, here's a quote from John Edwards in 1999 on Bill Clinton as published in the Raleigh News & Observer.
"I think this President has shown a remarkable disrespect for his office, for the moral dimensions of leadership, for his friends, for his wife, for his precious daughter. It is breathtaking to me the level to which that disrespect has risen."
Two Americas indeed! What a two-faced, two-timing phony...

H/T Taegan Goddard's Political Wire for the quote.

You felt she was a gentle soul from that article? Because she sent flowers to a man?

Where's any hint of gentleness or warmth for other WOMEN illustrated by this story? I couldn't find any.

Oh my - I got that she was rather a very typical marriage stealer - from the distain she had for Ms. Edwards, to the series about women using affairs to 'save' men from failing marriages....

She's not one I'd want to be friends...with MY husband. Gad!
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