Tuesday, March 18, 2008

NY Governor David Paterson Admits Affair

I still say he looks like an African-American Will Ferrell.

Wanted: A self-starting, go-getter for executive position in the Albany area. Morals, good timing, and good judgment is not necessary for the position.

The thunderous applause was still ringing in his ears when the state's new governor, David Paterson (D), told the Daily News that he and his wife had extramarital affairs.

Nice timing, yutz. Eliot Spitzer thanks for for diverting all of the bad press.

In a stunning revelation, both Paterson, 53, and his wife, Michelle, 46, acknowledged in a joint interview they each had intimate relationships with others during a rocky period in their marriage several years ago.

In the course of several interviews in the past few days, Paterson said he maintained a relationship for two or three years with "a woman other than my wife," beginning in 1999.

That's an idiotic statement. Could Paterson have had an affair with "a woman that also happens to be his wife?" Dolt.

As part of that relationship, Paterson said, he and the other woman sometimes stayed at an upper West Side hotel — the Days Inn at Broadway and W. 94th St.

He said members of his Albany legislative staff often used the same hotel when they visit the city.
(H/T - Drudge)

Paterson would have to be blind to not see that this announcement was a bad move . . . Oh, sorry.

Personally, I think the part about putting up your side piece and your legislative staff at the Days Inn is more embarrassing than the actual affair. Cheap bastard.

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