The Florida socialite at the centre of CIA director David Petraeus downfall is planning a tell all book, according to friends. The 37 year old is understood to have held preliminary talks with publishers to tell her side of the story that led to the resignation of General Petraeus. ´Trust me, there is going to be a book in the New Year. You can count on it,´ said a friend of the Tampa socialite. Kelley, 37, has not spoken about her pivotal role in the scandal which led to Petraeus´s affair with his biographer Paul Broadwell being exposed last month. Petraeus, 58,
Jill Kelley was a pompous and arrogant fool; broke, dishonest in stealing from a cancer foundation she created; expecting special treatment when none was due; an honorary consulate. Yes, Jill Kelley definitely was a fool.
Oh good! She can shed some light on why she had unfettered access to some of the highest ranked military and gov´t leaders. Or maybe it´ll be a "how-to" throw big bashes and get a free pass to the rich and powerful. :D
I guarantee that John Allen did not have sex with this woman. The closet thing Allen has to sex anymore is removing the lips of subordinate officers from his big rear end. I never met a bigger peacock in the USMC.
"O wad some Pow´r the giftie gie us To see oursels as ithers see us! It wad frae mony a blunder free us, An´ foolish notion: What airs in dress an´ gait wad lea´e us, An´ ev´n devotion!" Robert Burns ~ Ode To A Louse
Okay, Jill, her sister and Paula are all fools but why take it all out on just the women in this florid mess? How about the adult men, senior military officers who supposedly have been tempered by the field of battle and maturity? They fell for these women quicker than a young sailor on his first liberty weekend at some foreign port with a street walker.
Valerie Plame on line 1, Ms Kelly. She would like to be your new BFF; seems her star is fading. Oh and that Salahi woman is holding on 2. Hurry, she´s leaving on her honeymoon with the Journey guy. Paula Stonewall or whatever her name is has offered to ghostwrite your story, please see the drafts in the drafts your gmail account. Let´s see...I think that´s all....no wait...a text here from someone named Anthony Weiner to you and ten thousand other people, marked "private".
Jill, your 15 minutes is up. We don´t care. We didn´t care before you outted Paula either. What we do care about is finding out not about you and Paula, but what the h^ll happend in Benghazi and why the Preezy ordered the CIA to stand down. We care about those 4 men´s lives and seeing justice done. You? Not so much.
Just because a woman is good looking, wears stylish clothing / sexy clothing does not make her a fool or some of the other descriptions used above. Keep in mind that the White House had good reason to slander this person to destroy the credibility of anyone who might contradict their Benghazi story line. It might be worthwhile to hear her side of the story. There is ALWAYS two sides of the story.
What was described as a rogue FBI agent sending topless pictures of himself to Kelley turned out to be something innocuous, not an Anthony Weiner type of picture. What was described as thousands of pages of e-mails was described later (at least in one story) as 60 to 70 emails, which might be one per week, depending on the length of time.
This woman was smart enough to get into medical school which most of us could not do. I might read what she has to say.
She´s Kim kardashian without the looks....Kelley is a social climbing nitwit who by imposing herself in situations has achieved celebrity. There´s something shady about her and the fact that she´s married to a surgeon on the brink of bankruptcy tells me something about her desperate quest for fame. By shear nerve she´s managed to ingratiate herself to generals and politicians. "socialite" ? Please. She´s just a vulgar product of our times.
It is the stark contrast between all these perfumed Pentagon princes and their socialite/biographer camp followers bee-bopping around the Pentagon and CENTCOM, while true warriors fight to the death against impossible odds against radical Islamists, while the administration and state department look on voyeuristically, and idly, that offends our sensibilities. The women are whores, the men philanderers, and the aides de camp men-in-waiting for their spot in the slot. Washington needs a flush.
The thing that gets me about this is that people like Petraeus are supposed to be smarter than us and as head of the CIA should know that groupies would be stalking him. He turned out to be just another lonely man who became a fool for a little bit of attention from these groupies.
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