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  • I think we've reached the Boat Point of this story, which is the point at which the entire thing has become so ridiculous that the only rational solution remaining is to gather everyone even tangentially involved, put them on a boat, sail it out into the middle of the Pacific, and sink it. Sink it deep.
  • Why is the head of our armed forces and CIA palling around with these bimbos.

    How you act when no-one's looking tells a lot.
  • Well none of this would be an issue if Petraeus hadn't stuck his dick in crazy.
  • Dammit, now I want to start a charity!
  • And yet I can't get Top Secret clearance.
  • I think the most important question at this point is which one will Susan Lucci play?
  • It really is amazing how much shiat can go down when a dude tries to get some tang. Ladies, that's how amazing your pussy is. One just wrecked a general and we're still going to come back for more.
  • She sounds like most of the country club Republicans I know: living spectacularly beyond their means, up to their ears in debt, marital infidelity is the norm, and willing to do almost anything to keep up appearances. Permeating all of this is the attitude that they are better than the unwashed lower classes (even though their net worth is less than most people on welfare) and that the rules that apply to everyone else do not apply to them. To hobnob with public figure of note, a general or a politician is like a wet dream, a confirmation of the fantasy that they are someone.

    Losers, all of them.

    Petraeus should have known better than to get mixed up in all of that.
  • Diogenes: I think the most important question at this point is which one will Susan Lucci play?


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    Broadwell?
  • Pocket Ninja: I think we've reached the Boat Point of this story, which is the point at which the entire thing has become so ridiculous that the only rational solution remaining is to gather everyone even tangentially involved, put them on a boat, sail it out into the middle of the Pacific, and sink it. Sink it deep.


    I thought this was the army, not the navy?
  • Generation_D: Why is the head of our armed forces and CIA palling around with these bimbos.

    How you act when no-one's looking tells a lot.


    It sounds like a lot of brass are palling around with these bimbos.
  • NowhereMon: She sounds like most of the country club Republicans I know: living spectacularly beyond their means, up to their ears in debt, marital infidelity is the norm, and willing to do almost anything to keep up appearances. Permeating all of this is the attitude that they are better than the unwashed lower classes (even though their net worth is less than most people on welfare) and that the rules that apply to everyone else do not apply to them. To hobnob with public figure of note, a general or a politician is like a wet dream, a confirmation of the fantasy that they are someone.

    Losers, all of them.

    Petraeus should have known better than to get mixed up in all of that.


    I'm an honorary consul general, so I have inviolability, so you should take your trolling to the Broadwell Tab.
  • Doctor Funkenstein: It really is amazing how much shiat can go down when a dude tries to get some tang. Ladies, that's how amazing your pussy is. One just wrecked a general and we're still going to come back for more.


    Well, the more I read about this, the more this Broadwell chick sounds like a sociopath. Not that the general wasn't stupid in this case but sociopaths know how to find people who they can "charm" and work those people for all they're worth.
  • Generation_D: Why is the head of our armed forces and CIA palling around with these bimbos.

    How you act when no-one's looking tells a lot.


    According to the NYT, Jill and Scott Kelly treated the military guys to a lavish lifestyle, running up a huge debt in the process....

    "The Kelleys were known for their lavish parties, with extravagant buffets, flowing Champagne, valet parking and cigars for guests from nearby MacDill Air Force Base"

    "Records show that Ms. Kelley and her husband, a doctor, have been subject to a string of lawsuits over debts, according to a report in The Tampa Bay Times, which said the Kelleys owed a bank nearly $2.2 million, including attorney fees, on a building they own. They also ran a cancer charity, which appears to be defunct. A 2007 tax filing, the latest available, shows the charity raised $157,284 that year, but spent just $58,417 on program services..."

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  • maybe the 'grant wishes to terminally ill adult cancer patients' was 'parties, entertainment, travel'?
  • NowhereMon: She sounds like most of the country club Republicans I know: living spectacularly beyond their means, up to their ears in debt, marital infidelity is the norm, and willing to do almost anything to keep up appearances. Permeating all of this is the attitude that they are better than the unwashed lower classes (even though their net worth is less than most people on welfare) and that the rules that apply to everyone else do not apply to them. To hobnob with public figure of note, a general or a politician is like a wet dream, a confirmation of the fantasy that they are someone.

    Losers, all of them.

    Petraeus should have known better than to get mixed up in all of that.


    I interact with a fair amount of these people when representing them in divorce matters. The "living beyond their means" statement is very true. The majority of them live in great fear of the general public finding out how much money they don't have. That is the main reason why they have their divorce decrees sealed from public view (when most of us would do the same for privacy issues or to protect sensitive financial information.) Just a thought.
  • That's nice. Horrible people tend to congregate towards each other. Let's keep it that way, mmkay?
  • I don't have a violin small enough for these two.

    The CIA wants to read my e-mail without a warrant but gets upset when their director gets caught having affairs via e-mail.

    It's also hard for me to feel bad about a biatch being crazy getting busted by drawing attention to herself.
  • This is turning into Burn After Reading territory.

    /Bring out the dildo chairs.
  • With winter just starting, they have one heck of a snowbal started
  • NowhereMon: She sounds like most of the country club Republicans I know: living spectacularly beyond their means, up to their ears in debt, marital infidelity is the norm, and willing to do almost anything to keep up appearances. Permeating all of this is the attitude that they are better than the unwashed lower classes (even though their net worth is less than most people on welfare) and that the rules that apply to everyone else do not apply to them. To hobnob with public figure of note, a general or a politician is like a wet dream, a confirmation of the fantasy that they are someone.

    Losers, all of them.



    I know several of those people.
  • UberDave: Doctor Funkenstein: It really is amazing how much shiat can go down when a dude tries to get some tang. Ladies, that's how amazing your pussy is. One just wrecked a general and we're still going to come back for more.

    Well, the more I read about this, the more this Broadwell chick sounds like a sociopath. Not that the general wasn't stupid in this case but sociopaths know how to find people who they can "charm" and work those people for all they're worth.


    I'm STILL trying to figure out how this basic nobody managed to not only land a book contract but one that included the services of a ghost-writer. If you are a famous name and a publisher wants you to "write" a book, a ghost is almost a given. But what made Broadwell's name so worth having on the cover of "All in" that she got the cash for a book someone else wrote? Why not have had the ghost as the actual author? Something tells me Petraeus wasn;t the first famous and powerful man she slept with to get what she wanted.
  • When are the lesbian sex tapes coming out?
  • Pocket Ninja: I think we've reached the Boat Point of this story, which is the point at which the entire thing has become so ridiculous that the only rational solution remaining is to gather everyone even tangentially involved, put them on a boat, sail it out into the middle of the Pacific, and sink it. Sink it deep.


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  • If you were to pitch this whole thing to a Hollywood exec he'd shoot you down as there's no way the audience could suspend their disbelief for it.
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