Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Okay, look I am not saying what 72 year old Silvio Berlusconi(President of Italy) did was right. I am just saying lets get off of his case about it. He allegedly had some women of the night over for a party and paid them and possibly engaged in some hide the salami with them and they caught it all video and audio. Now his political career is in jeopardy(his fault).(Anthony's note: when you have hookers over make sure they are searched thoroughly for recording devices and weapons and then after your done kick them out) Now all the hypocrites will say that he is a dog for cheating on his wife and she deserves better. Okay well lets take a closer shall we. First of all lets stop pretending that he is the only one doing this. Second of all(not all women included)women are attracted to power and prestige(it gets the juices flowing) so I am not shocked this guy has groupies. In addition we all know that guys get the most attractive women they can afford and women get the most affluent men they can attract(water seeks its own level). His wife was portrayed as his long suffering wife......puhleeze!! She met him by having an affair with him while he was married to his 1st wife. So its her fault don't give me this suffering victim crap. Plus have you seen her pic....could you blame him for cheating? Look people especially in politics behave badly ok. She should have known that she cheated with him she gets cheated on. If you throw in lots of money and power and sex it makes for a very interesting cocktail. Look at his women...come on look at them(see link)this was a money thing. He was their sugar daddy and they were along for the ride. I think it was a fair deal. They let him play stink finger with them and gave him some nice tight nookie cookie and let him bend them in ways that would make Jesus say Goddamn! I am sure his wife wouldn't do these things for him(no wife does)...and he in turn gave them money and position in society. Sounds like a fair trade to me.
Posted by Anthony at Tuesday, June 23, 2009