National Enquirer: John Edwards to be indicted

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Hat Tip: National Enquirer

The ultimate fall from grace,  a Federal grand jury is about to indict John Edwards, The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively.

In another shocker, close sources say Edwards’ estranged wife Elizabeth could help send the former presidential candidate to jail!

Edwards, the disgraced two-time Presidential loser, is being investigated by the feds, including the FBI and IRS, for possible campaign violations related to paying his mistress Rielle Hunter.

14 thoughts on “National Enquirer: John Edwards to be indicted

  1. Blue Dogs

    Rikyrah and Skeptical Brotha: if John Kerry had picked then-United States Senator Bob Graham (D-Florida) as the VP pick for the Democrats in 2004, Kerry would have won Florida and therefore the White House against Bush Jr.,

  2. It does sound like I was saying off himself. I was tired. LOL!!! I really mean that if this pans out, he needs to cop a plea & end this drawn out telenovella. Wife dying from cancer & moved on from him. Mistress & jump off baby being put up & a nice new crib. Him facing major charges. What’s next? Dare anyone ask!?!

  3. TripLBee

    This is probably too good to be true, but a rumor is bouncing around the political blogosphere, that Chief Justice Roberts is considering stepping down. Apparently he has not selected clerks for next term. I am guessing that this rumor will not pan out, but one can always dream.

    • TripLBee,

      I’m hearing speculation that John Paul Stevens is the next likely retirement and Obama could pick Elaine Wood as the next SC Justice or maybe outgoing Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm (D), who badly needs a gig in the President’s administration after her time in Lansing is up.

      • If Jennifer Granholm gets it the SC, it will be a great thing. I hate to lose her as a governor this year for sure but you gotta love those term limits.

  4. So the Roberts rumor has been debunked. The John Paul Stevens thing is more than a rumor. He is likely to step down. But that won’t alter the balance of the court. Having one of the five fascists step down would be a dream.

  5. Tafari, is it true that Michigan only enforced the lifetime term limits because of William Millken (R) who served 14 consecutive years as governor from 1969 to 1983 ?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Milliken

    John Engler (R) somehow was exempt from the term limits law having served for 12 years from 1991 to 2003 and if I recall, former Michigan Governor James Blanchard (D) is allowed to run again since it doesn’t apply to him while Granholm.

  6. In 1992, voters approved term limits for Michigan’s statewide elected officers and state legislators.

    I don’t think Blachard can run again.

    Our next round of leaders will be overwhelmingly new.

  7. Tafari, Blanchard lost his re-election bid to an incompetent Pete Wilson-like person in John Engler in 1990, then he tried again unsuccessfully to regain the MI governorship in 2002.

    In California, Earl Warren holds the state’s record as the longest-serving chief executive with 10 years of service between 1943-1953, and Pat Brown lost his re-election bid in 1966 due to backlash against his incompetence after 8 years in office, breaking his campaign pledge not to run again, anti-Democratic sentiment and LBJ’s unpopularity to boot, plus the Vietnam War didn’t help matters.

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