Sat Nov 10, 2012, 12:07 AM
LTR (13,167 posts)
Petraeus' lover's husband possibly the writer of letter to NY Times advice columnist
In the July 13th edition of Klosterman's The Ethicist advice column for the New York Times, an anonymous reader wrote in seeking advice about an affair his wife was having with a "government executive" whose job "is seen worldwide as a demonstration of American leadership." The anonymous reader went on to praise the government executive as "gracious" and "absolutely the right person for the job." He then asked if he should acknowledge the affair or let it continue until the project succeeds. Sounds like the government executive could hold a position like, say, the director of the CIA, right? In other words, did Paula Broadwell's husband know about her affair with David Petraeus and then turn to, of all people, Chuck Klosterman for advice? Maybe!
Let's look at the facts. The reader says he's "watched the affair intensify over the last year," which matches the Wall Street Journal's timeline of the affair (August 2011 until "several months ago"). It also makes sense that Broadwell's husband would have some idea about the affair considering she apparently was always off jogging with Petraeus, not to mention the fact that she's spent a good deal of her career worshipping/writing "fan fiction" about the former general.
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Sat Nov 10, 2012, 12:58 AM
PufPuf23 (3,707 posts)
3. If this is connected, the false stage
of media and government and corporate monopoly of managed thought is way over the top.
I already knew Petraeus was lower than an alien amoral slime-mold.
One has to laugh.