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Yawn. Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones Are Back

They're just two chicks chatting (and chewing gum, no doubt). Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones, whose ties to Bill Clinton put them in the spotlight in the 1990s -- and in the centerfolds of lad mags -- have teamed up to create videos of themselves sharing intimate secrets about the former president and former would-be first husband.

On their trashy web site, for just $1.99 a peep, you can buy online video clips of Flowers and Jones reminiscing about their roles in the sex scandals that continue to plague Clinton's legacy. The videos are titled "Two Chicks Chatting."

Leave it to the Brits to describe it this way: "The two women, who have hung over Clinton like a bad odour for many years, have chosen this moment, when he is arguably going through the roughest patch since his impeachment in 1999, to stick the boot in again," the Guardian newspaper in London reported yesterday.

The Guardian, unlike the Sleuth, paid to watched the videos and reports Flowers and Jones can be seen "communing over such seminal political issues as the size and shape of the presidential penis. There is nothing revelatory about their deliberations, though its ability to embarrass all parties concerned should not be underestimated."

But the videos certainly won't sell as well now that the Clintons have been knocked out of the 2008 presidential race.


By Mary Ann Akers  |  June 11, 2008; 1:00 PM ET
 
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Comments

Would it work for Barack Obama to offer, as a rationale for not selecting Hillary for VP, that you can pay to hear women discuss her husband's penis on the Internet? I think it would.

Posted by: Lindemann | June 11, 2008 3:26 PM | Report abuse

Could you at least get a second intern to proofread these things? Jone, Jones, Jeez.

Posted by: WaPo sucks | June 11, 2008 4:50 PM | Report abuse

She should start every post with Yawn.

Posted by: Meg | June 12, 2008 9:21 PM | Report abuse

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