“You said you actually fell in love with Mr. Edwards?” Abbe D. Lowell, Mr. Edwards’s lawyer, asked him at one point during last week’s testimony.
“We all did,” Mr. Young replied.
And, Mr. Lowell pressed, you fell out of love?
“Later, yes sir.”
(The reporter also insists that the aide looks away from Senator Edwards during the trial, while the pretty boy politician stares at the lackey he now wants to discredit).
OMG. What a horrible outfit & nasty hair! This is the mistress of former Democratic candidate John Edwards, the smooth talker until recently married to the lady with cancer. Miss Rielle Hunter declares to GQ magazine that their love is real, and she’s helping him “live the truth.” The only part of this photo that is *not* offensive is the baby’s purple “ugly” doll.
A quick review of her Wikipedia page reminds me that she is the former girlfriend of brat pack author Jay McInerney, and the inspiration for the coke-devouring character Alison Poole, in his 1988 “Story of My Life.” The Huffington Post describes the fictional lady as follows: “Alison isn’t easy to like. When we first meet her, she’s an STD-carrying slut who cons her latest lover into giving her money by telling him she needs an abortion.”
Where is the dignity of America’s ruling class? Maybe her visibility is a plot to make Obama look better. Thank heavens for Michelle Obama.