Monday, April 30, 2007

DC Madame: Bring 'em all to court!

You go girl! We love Deborah Palfrey. Why? First off, it gets so boring to be a political junkie, sometimes. Folks like Dusty Foggo, Porter Goss (remember him? Head of the CIA for a minute? Think he'll show up in this mess - we hope so!), even Jack Abramoff make it a tiny bit interesting. Oh, and there's Tenet and bumbling Gonzales (who wrote torture laws and who's testimony was torture, as well).

But Deborah gives us all hope that in restoring true drama and hijinks to the DC landscape. We can't wait to see who's next to be outed. We're hearing Dick Morris, of course, the slimebag. Bob Bennent, the compulsive gambler? Smarmy, self righteous windbag. We're hoping for a few neocons, (Negroponte? Gingrich? Stephen Hadley?). Those rats. Ask the soldiers recovering at Walter Reed.

The woman charged in a federal indictment with running a high-class Washington, D.C. call girl service says she plans to call her prominent clients to testify at her trial.
Also on Palfrey's list of customers who could be potential witnesses are a Bush administration economist, the head of a conservative think tank, a prominent CEO, several lobbyists and a handful of military officials.

"I'm sure as heck not going to be going to federal prison for one day, let alone, four to eight years, because I'm shy about bringing in the deputy secretary of whatever," Palfrey told ABC News correspondent Brian Ross in an interview to be broadcast Friday on "20/20." "I'll bring in every last one of them in if necessary," she said.