Jun 20, 2006

What's a confused Republican strategist to do?

Given the popularity of blogs and the ever growing numbers of MySpace users it's getting difficult to involve yourself in affairs of the heart or crime without it going public. Whether it's paying for anal, stealing a sidekick, or being a male and posing for pics in a bikini it's getting to be a chore to live a life of debauchery and hiding the information from your signficant other and/or the entire freakin world.

Republican strategist Jack Burkman seemed undaunted in his quest for good loving, allegedly of course. According to a MySpace user Jack decided to hit on a couple of women during the Gay Pride parade in DC, offer to pay for their rooms, and last but not least proposed a transaction of a thousand dollars to get down naked style. Of course this sorrid tale ended up online much to my amusement.

Now this seems odd that a man in his position would even consider this, but I kind of expect this jackassery out of our DC players. Sex is power and no one in national politics is immune to this kind of temptation. That being said you'd think someone would be less discreet like say not giving them their business card, but that's just me.

Also is trying to pick up girls in the back drop of a Gay Pride parade really the best strategy? And this guy is a strategist? Maybe he was using the President's "strategery". Did I mention this guy allegedly dated Ann Coulter? I guess I'd rather go for possible bi-curious women too after dating her. Actually I'd go after them anyways. Come to think of it Jack's not all that dumb.

Sadly the MySpace accounts have been set to private, but those fine folks at Wonkette have posted the information here.

"I understand there are 10,000 people dead. It's terrible. It's tragic. But in a democracy of 300 million people, over years and years and years, these things happen." - Jack Burkman

Republican Strategists, Sex, MySpace, and Pride: A Heartwarming DC Tale

1 comment:

Scott said...

Funny post! What are people thinking who are in that line of work?