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John Edwards’ love child?

BTW, I can’t understand all the fuss about John Edwards.  He has always been a strong advocate for the poor.  And now he has given a job, home, and good income to a poor single mom with no viable skills.  The man’s a saint!
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  • Geno July 25, 2008, 5:08 pm

    ud think he could buy a better looking skank

  • Mahone July 26, 2008, 1:27 pm

    Geno: Right you are. But I think Johnny’s choice in outside women reflects his deep-seated narcissism: no way he wants a ho that looks better than he does. Frankly — considering the money and time resources he spends on his hair — that he wasn’t caught shacked up with a bull truck driver.

  • John Wayne July 27, 2008, 10:28 am

    Pilgrim, this just shows that there are indeed two Americas. There’s the North Carolina America with the cancer-ridden wife, two kids and the mansion, and there’s the California America with a ho and a bastard.

  • Mahone July 27, 2008, 11:38 am

    John Wayne: Remember when the dimocrats excoriated Newt for divorcing a wife who had a little touch of cancer in her breast? Where are those holy Joes now? “Hey,” they’d probably say, “At least John Edwards isn’t divorcing his wife. He just got tired of waiting for her to die, and is doing a preemptive strike by starting a new family.”) Next question: When will we see Jesse “The Reverend” Jackson offer to pray with him?

  • Mockinbird July 27, 2008, 6:59 pm

    Hey John, I wouldn’t let Elisabeth do the cooking once she hears about this.

  • Mahone August 12, 2008, 2:10 pm

    Mockinbird: Poor Elisabeth . . . poor poor Elisabeth. You know the bimbo is crossing off the days on her calendar until the current Mrs. John Edwards dies. You might also go to the latest Ann Coulter blog (available on the Drudge Report) and read a quote she dug up by John Edwards as he waxed prolific about the importance of faithfulness in marriage and how that was vital in a leader. Personally, from the get go — politics aside — the first time I looked at Mr. Edwards I could tell he was a slime ball of the first order, who I’d never buy a used car from, nor trust alone with my wife, children, or dog.
    I never thought I’d say it, but the National Enquirer now has more credibility than NBC, CBS or ABC.

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