Obama’s speechwriter did this and not only was it stupid and sexist it was ugly and wrong.

He should no longer have a place working for president-elect Obama.

It’s stupid, sexist bullshit. I HATE that “boys will be boys” attitude. Grow the fuck up, Favreau. Be a man and resign.

Clinton doesn’t deserve this kind of crap. And if Obama protects this shitheel, he deserves the coming firestorm.


plexreticle · December 19, 2008 at 3:50 pm

“shitheel” lol.

Clinton will be his boss on some level soon I predict. That’ll be awkward.

Laughing Cynic · December 19, 2008 at 6:53 pm

I think Clinton will be more interested in making things “awkward” for Monica L. You did hear that Obama is “considering” hiring her, right? He said she has a lot to offer. Uh-huh.

Keeping Favreau, hiring Lewinsky to work under Clinton, choosing that preacher (don’t remember his name, don’t care) for the inauguration, it seems O wants to create as much dissention as possible under the guise of “unity.” The WH staff are going to wonder what all the laughter is about from the First Couple’s bedroom late at night…

Patrice Sarath · December 19, 2008 at 7:44 pm

I can’t imagine Obama considering hiring Lewinski for any position.

Then again, he’s asked Wright to be his inauguration preacher.

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