Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Take on FLOTUS

Calling a woman a prostitute is one of the worst things you can say about her, it's an insult that hits so low it's almost inexcusable. The word in itself defines her so, that she's almost paralyzed by it, so when she defends herself she has every right to do so with all her vigor. Melania was accused of just that, a Eastern European high-end call girl before she was swept off her feet my a man in a robe riding in his limo.
She came back and filed a $150million lawsuit which even for me seems a bit much. Whenever you see a lawsuit with an outrageous sum, I have to peak into it to see what the plaintiff is claiming and in this case Melania's claim is as outrageous as the original story. Her claim is that because of this article she has lost her "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" to leverage multiple business and brands worth millions of dollars. Money she would have been able to earn as a brand ambassador while serving as FLOTUS. Let's leave the completely ridiculous part of a First Lady trying to profit from her role alone, plus the fact she is supposedly already a billionaire but the fact she thinks that her image is worth $150 million is just ludicrous. Her marriage to a petulant man-child with a terrible temperament is enough to sink her line. Maybe she should hawk her crappy stuff on QVC, the people watching that seem more her audience


Mr. R. Lee said...

When someone complains too loudly, it's usually because the accusation hits a little too close to home.

It's pretty obvious what Melania used to really do for a living. There are only a handful of successful models who can afford to live in Manhattan based solely off their earnings from model work. For everyone else, they supplement their income to sustain their party lifestyles by sucking on the D.

Righetti said...

$150,000,000 in damages

Please call me a prostitute