John Edwards and his God 7

John Edwards, former Senator, Democratic nominee for Vice President in 2004, and candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004 and again in 2008, cares deeply about his hair.

He does not care to be honorable, decent, or trustworthy.

And his God is – predictably, since no God is better than his creator – as ethically challenged as John Edwards himself.

CBS News reports:

After nine days of deliberation over a case that proved at times both bizarre and sordid, a jury on Thursday found John Edwards not guilty on one of six charges of campaign finance corruption. A mistrial has been declared on the other five counts.

Speaking in front of the courthouse after the verdict and mistrials were announced, … “I don’t think God’s through with me. I really believe he thinks there’s still some good things I can do,” he said.

Yup. He’s surely not done all he can. And it depends what he and his God mean by “good”.

His record so far:

Adultery. “The joys of childhood are as nothing compared to those of adultery” says the schoolboy howler. But his wife , dying of cancer, grudged him those joys, and many believe she had a case for sympathy.

Lying. He denied having the adulterous affair, and bribed an aide to lie too by claiming paternity of his mistress’s baby.

Misuse of campaign funds – unproven but strongly suspected.

A person so typical of the Left’s anointed, being vain shallow and hypocritical, cannot suddenly stop fooling some of the people all of the time.

We wait in eager anticipation to see what the pair of them – he and his God – will cook up for our entertainment next.

  • cheongyei

    The god in me is completely through with him and has no more tasks for him.  The god in me wants him gone.

    • Liz

      That’s exactly what makes the Christian god so irresistably useful!

      • George

        Exactly right Liz.  Robert G. Ingersoll once stated — ” If I owe Smith ten dollars and God forgives me , that doesn’t repay Smith “.

    • George

      Cheongyei , it’s amazing how religious zealots can do whatever they want and then hide behind their alleged deity or religion for forgiveness . Amazing isn’t it ?

  • rogerinflorida

    What type of “man” pays $350.00 for a haircut?
    Would Churchill, FDR or even Stalin have done that?
    What we have here is a shallow narcissist, a classic product of the era of decline of western civilisation, a peacock of no consequence whatsoever, except of course that he did run as democratic party candidate for President.
    Says it all doesn’t it?

    • George

      You’re absolutely right Roger   !

  • Liz

    Well here we have living proof of the unbroken gene match between Christian preachers and leftist politicians.