I doubt this came from either camp. Whether its Clinton or Obama who ends up getting the nomination Edwards is going to be the VP candidate. He has to be in order to balance the ticket, and since he has virtually no chance at the presidential nomination there would not be any reason to destroy him.
On a side note, who gives a fuck? As long as candidates aren’t doing anything illegal or fucking weird I could care less about their personal lives.
Actually, it makes a LOT of sense for hillary to go after Edwards and not Obama.
Obama isn't really going after the labor vote anywhere near as much as Edwards and Hillary are.
Obama could very easily pull out wins in Iowas because Hillary and Edwards might split enough of the labor vote to give Obama the overall lead.
I think Obama is going to win in New Hampshire due to the independant voters.
As much as I like Obama though, I would much rather see him on the bottom half of a John Edwards ticket.
I don't like Hillary very much, but she is an easy choice over the current crop of Republicans (I know... Ron Paul.... do your part and get him to the general election and I will vote for him, but I decided not to waste my primary vote switching back to republican for him... pro-lifers scare me.... even though I love REAL conservative/libertarians)
Your wife has terminal cancer and you are fucking someone else and don't have the decency to put it in her ass or wear a rubber. Definately wierd. And if true, this would also make him stupid. Anyone knows with the "new media" you can't take a shit without everyone knowing, much less get a lady preggers and try and keep it hush.
A new InsiderAdvantage/Majority Opinion poll out of Iowa shows John Edwards leaping from third to first place in Iowa, and the GOP field ever-tightening, as the Jan. 3 caucuses approach.
The Democratic poll, taken from Dec. 16-17 of 977 Democrats who said they intend to participate in the caucuses, showed Edwards with 30 percent, followed by New York Sen. Hillary Clinton with 26 percent and Illinois Sen. Barack Obama with 24 percent.
Click here to see the InsiderAdvantage poll.
The poll, which is an automated survey taken overnight, suggests the former North Carolina senator - who has been steadily trumpeting his anti-special interest, populist message - is resonating in Iowa. Other recent polls showed Obama overtaking Clinton, and Edwards stuck in third.
However, when the InsiderAdvantage poll’s sample group was narrowed to 633 Democrats most likely to caucus, Obama retained a 1-point lead. That poll gave Obama 27 percent, Edwards 26 percent and Clinton 24 percent. The tighter sample group had a margin of error of 3 percent, while the broader group had a margin of error of 2 percent.
On the Republican side, the broader poll of 835 voters who intend to caucus showed former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee with 28 percent, followed by former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with 25 percent. When the screen was tightened to 418 likely caucus-goers, the race flipped: Romney took 28 percent and Huckabee took 25 percent. The poll is a reversal from recent surveys showing Huckabee leading Romney by double digits.
The tighter sample group had a margin of error of 5 percent, while the broader group had a margin of error of 3 percent.
hahaha, you just described most of wackbag. I dunno, I think adultery is far worse than doing drugs or any strange fetish or past-time that someone may have.
Did he really cheat on a wife who has cancer? If so I think that says a lot about his character. at least drugs or doing "weird" things (*cough**cough* listening the radio 8 hrs a day and discussing said radio listening with people you've never met for hours a day) isn't hurting others, and as the great Ron Bennington says, it don't make you a bad person
I'd like to think I'm as horny as the next guy - but come on, dude, you're running for president, you're wife has cancer - can't you at least jack it to porn? Are you that horny that you have to stick it in some associate while campainging?