Not only that, but his estranged wife is preparing to marry Sir Paul McCartney (who happens to be a British citizen, and NOT an American – hello, folks, anyone see the security risk inherent in THAT?)!!!
Talk about slimeball, hypocritical, unfit-for-public office candidates. The guy wants to take an oath to diligently serve his country, but he couldn’t even fulfill his oath to his wife. Word has it he swore to stand by his wife for better or for worse, in sickness and in health, till death do them part. BUT NOW HE’S QUITTING ON HER. Probably found some little bimbo whose tits don’t sag as much as his wife’s, or maybe he finally got tired of her nagging or her grating voice or her annoying little laugh. Or maybe he claims that they no longer share common interests. But so what? He took an oath and now he’s ready to renege on it.
Typical Republican. The guy’s clearly a lying, scheming, manipulative warmonger, in favor of drilling for oil in national wilderness areas, relaxing environmental and labor laws and lowering taxes for corporations, cutting healthcare for ordinary working people, installing military on the Mexican border, and invading Iran to secure their oil reserves.
Obviously the fact that he would be willing to divorce his wife after vowing to stand by her is proof of all that and anyone who can’t see that is a granola-munching, Kennedy loving, tax and spend commie liberal and this story would be on the front page of every paper if the liberal media weren’t in bed with President Hussein Obama and his terrorist pals.
[quote] If you want an idea of how pathetic the New York Republican Party currently is, here’s a hint: For Senate, they nominated Paul McCartney’s Girlfriend’s Husband.
Bruce Blakeman, a lawyer, was picked to run against U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. Gillibrand, who was appointed to Hillary Clinton’s old seat, was not regarded as all that strong a candidate. Until now.
Here are Blakeman’s qualifications:
- He was a Nassau County legislator a couple of eons ago.
- He ran a dismal and unsuccessful campaign for state comptroller in 1998.
- He has a pulse.
Of much greater interest, his estranged wife, Nancy Shevell, is dating the former Beatle, and they are expected to marry when Mrs. Blakeman’s divorce becomes final. . . [/quote]
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It’ll be most interesting to see how THIS story develops.