Moral apex: We canâ€™t decide between her shagging the Green Bay Packers, or bragging about her sexual exploits in her 2004 memoir, Green Bay Love Stories and Other Affairs.
Not, mind you, that we actually care who this big-haired, blonde, ex-cocktail waitress bedded â€” but we find it highly ironic that she received such a warm welcome (and even endorsements) from Republican leaders all across the Cheese State.
Itâ€™s amazing how the party of â€œmoral valuesâ€ is so quick to dismiss sexual promiscuity in one of its own. Typical is this comment to CNN by Rick Wiley, executive director of the state Republican Party: â€œEveryone has a past out there.â€
What we think: We think the â€œladyâ€ doth protest too much when it comes to denying â€” and denying and denying â€” that her campaign is nothing more than a promotional gimmick for her book.
â€œSomeone accused me once of using the political campaign to promote my book. Not hardly!â€ she writes (perhaps ignorant of the irony in the phrase â€œnot hardlyâ€) in her blog â€” and just a few sentences later, urges supporters to buy her book.
One clue: Her resumÃ© lists her as the current owner of S.M.S. Corporation, which â€œDevelops and implements ongoing sales/marketing promotions of self-published book, including statewide public speaking.â€
Honestly, this woman cannot be for real. But we give her credit for being one hell of a marketeer!