Skip to comments.It's Spitz in socks & the city
Posted on 10/05/2010 12:17:31 AM PDT by Scanian
Once-hooker-happy Eliot Spitzer made his TV talk-show debut last night -- interviewing a guest who, like him, allegedly patronized prostitutes.
Spitzer -- who resigned in disgrace as New York governor in 2008 after being exposed as a john with a frequent hankering for hookers -- conducted the bizarre interview along with his TV partner, conservative columnist Kathleen Parker, for their CNN show, "Parker Spitzer."
One of the unlikely pair's guests was Hollywood screenwriter Aaron Sorkin -- who allegedly once shared Spitzer's infamous passion for call girls.
Sorkin -- who penned the TV series "The West Wing," the flick "A Few Good Men" and the new movie "The Social Network" -- was named as a john in "Secret Confessions of a High-Priced Call Girl," a 2006 memoir by Dimitra Ekmektsis.
Neither Sorkin nor Spitzer -- known to keep his black socks on during sex romps with buxom hooker Ashley Dupre -- alluded to their pasts last night.
But they and Parker did talk about women, one in particular: Sarah Palin.
Sorkin ripped the former vice-presidential candidate as a "stunningly, jaw-droppingly incompetent and mean woman."
Parker had earlier called her a "tease" and a "flirt" for leading the Republican Party to think she might run for president when she really won't.
(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...
No clue who this woman is. They are calling her conservative yet she apparently is a frequent guest on Softball with Chrissy.
A century ago having had their sins published their dishonor would have them slinking in the shadows their reputations ruined they would never have a chance of working in the public spotlight ever again.
Today sin is a virtue; immorality is the currency of public acclaim. Vulgarity is the language of the elite.
We have become Babylon the Great. Will we parish in fire and brimstone? How long can Gods wrath be forestalled.
A century ago men of such low character had access and ownership of such lofty soap boxes.
Don’t get caught up into some olde timey nostalgia propaganda...
I think of her as sort of a female version of David Brooks-—a pet nominal “conservative” that the ruling class likes to keep around to “prove” the existence of “division in the GOP” or “dissention among conservatives,” etc.
Client #9 and his cohort seemed to be an ‘item’.
I was wondering if they were playing footsie under the desk.
CNN deserves to crash in ratings to zero.
Amazing are they not?
Examples of this incompetence and 'meanness' that would make my jaw drop?
Didn't think so...
Do ya think maybe Levi served as the leading “authority” on that subject?
Late in October, The American Spectator's The Prowler revealed:
"Former Mitt Romney presidential campaign staffers
have been involved in spreading anti-Palin spin to reporters, seeking to diminish her standing after the election.
'Sarah Palin is a lightweight, she won't be the first, not even the third, person people will think of when it comes to 2012,'
says one former Romney aide
'The only serious candidate ready to challenge to lead the Republican Party is Mitt Romney.
"Some former Romney aides were behind the recent leaks to media, including CNN, that Governor Sarah Palin was a 'diva' and was going off message intentionally."
Kathleen Parker: "[I]t is increasingly clear that Palin is a problem." "Parker ... says something publicly that many of us have thought privately
but lacked the courage to say out loud - Palin should step down:"
"Parker: Romney raised bar on freedoms"
Kathleen Parker: "If Kennedy's speech was an important landmark in American political history,
Romney's was surpassing. With heartfelt humility and poetic eloquence,
he tracked the nation's struggle with and for freedom."
Amen....look at the mess we are in.....God will NOT be mocked!!
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