“When I ran in 2004, I spent most of my time thinking about being a good candidate,”
Edwards told a packed crowd spilling out of the 2,300-seat Wait Chapel. “These days I think about what I want to do as president of the United States.”
He claims that
“Jurors are like any other human beings — they’re like voters,” Edwards said. “They’re always looking for someone to trust. They want to find comfort with someone who’s being straight with them.”
Like that time he sent someone to buy him a PS3 at Wal-Mart, after beating on Wal-Mart for years. Who knows, maybe Edwards’s assistant bought the 10-year-old little girl a coat and a sandwich while he/she was at Wal-Mart.
“The Two Americas” guy must be trying to outdo Wal-Mart now that he’s built himself a 28,200 sq ft home, bigger than our local Wal-Mart.
Or maybe he’s planning on having the Two Americas over for a party: Dean Barnett says the manse has
an indoor recreation building that contains a basketball court, a squash court, two stages, a bedroom, kitchen, bathrooms, swimming pool, a four-story tower, and a room designated “John’s Lounge.”
Two stages: the better for practicing those campaign speeches? Who’ll be at the other stage?
Casa de Fausta has one shed that houses the lawnmower and the sports and camping gear. And my “main house” has three johns, but no “John’s Lounge”. On the other hand, The Husband pays more attention to me than what he does his hair, a preferrable situation for all involved.
If Edwards expects people “to find comfort with someone who’s being straight with them” – meaning himself – he must really believe that Everyone loves a good hypocrite.
Note I seem to be having the same email problem I had a few days ago where I send one email and the recipient gets multiple copies. My apologies for the inconvenience.