May 11, 2012, - 3:32 pm
It’s a good thing that this moronic liberal trial lawyer, John Edwards, was never Vice President. And now we have yet another reason, beside far-left wacko views, stupid affairs, and illegit kids: the guy consulted Hollywood movie stars–most notably Jeff Spicoli a/k/a Sean “I Love Iran & Chavez” Penn–as his advisers. Yup, not experts. Just people who play them–er, who play pot-smoking morons–in the movies. The only thing that would make this story more ridiculous: if he’d consulted Mel Gibson (or the ghost of Bin Laden). If only . . . .
Before John Edwards admitted to fathering a child with mistress Rielle Hunter, he reached out to Hollywood friends including Sean Penn, Madeleine Stowe and Crash director Paul Haggis, a witness testified Wednesday.
Campaign speechwriter Wendy Button retook the witness stand after testifying the previous day about help she provided Edwards in drafting a statement during the summer of 2009. He intended to “come clean” about his lies regarding the affair and admit paternity of his child with Hunter, she said.
Edwards went through 13 drafts of the statement, getting feedback from his lawyers and a wide-ranging group of friends that included the actor Sean Penn, Button said. Edwards didn’t release a statement admitting paternity until January 2010.
Hmmm . . . I wonder what Spicoli’s advice was? Perhaps, he told Edwards to run it by his buddies Mahmoud (Ahamdinejad) and Hugo (Chavez).
Dude, where is Mr. Hand when you need him?
Tags: Crash, Jeff Spicoli, John Edwards, John Edwards trial, Madeleine Stowe, Paul Haggis, Rielle Hunter, Sean Penn, Wendy Button