Tuesday, March 11, 2008

It's all over but the shouting

Spitzer is all but gone. ABC is reporting that he is in "transition talks" and had planned to announce his resignation last night at 7:00, then abruptly changed his plans on the advice of his attorneys.

"It is inevitable; it is just a question of when," said one cabinet-level New York state official.

The Lieutenant Governor, David Patterson, and his chief of staff reportedly spent all morning sequestered with his chief of staff, reviewing organization charts and deciding what members of Spitzer's staff might be retained in the Patterson administration once Spitzer officially tenders his resignation.

Fine. He's gone. And good riddance. Stupid fucker.

But just once in my life, I want to see a wronged wife get properly pissed and make a god-damned scene. I want to see one of these randy jackasses forced to stand in front of a gaggle of reporters with a cut above a black eye, a broken, bleeding nose and more than a couple of gaps where teeth used to be. And I want that bastard to stand there alone. I want to see the wife on the other side of a split screen, holding her own damned press conference, pointing to his clothing on the street and his Harman Kardon in the driveway in pieces, because she has run over it a few times. I want to see one of these wives hold up a copy of the divorce papers and restraining order that were filed less than an hour before. I want to see the furniture from his den and all of his memorabilia reduced to ashes and smoldering on the lawn.

In short - I want to see one of those women react the way I would.


I want to see Dr. Laura parading around in her lingerie, keeping her OWN man happy:

[h/t to Think Progress]

Dr. Laura blames Spitzer’s wife for scandal.Today, right-wing radio host Dr. Laura Schlessinger appeared on NBC’s Today Show in a segment called “Why do men cheat?” Schlessinger argued that Gov. Eliot Spitzer (D) cheated because his wife failed “make him feel like a man”:

When the wife does not focus in on the needs and the feelings — sexually, personally — to make him feel like a man, to make him feel like a success, to make him feel like her hero, he’s very susceptible to the charm of some other woman. […]

The cheating was his decision to repair what’s damaged and to feed himself where he’s starving. But yes, I hold women accountable for tossing out perfectly good men by not treating them with the love and kindness and respect and attention they need.

He was "starving" for over-priced bareback action with twentysomething skank?

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