Friday, October 19, 2012

A proud moment for all concerned

Oh dear, the Corner's tinniest star sure has some evangelical hypocrisy to dig through:

Another layer of intrigue has been revealed in the saga of the downfall of conservative academic and rising Evangelical star Dinesh D'Souza, who resigned from his perch atop King's College today after it was revealed that he had a fiancee while also having a wife. Right Wing Watch reports that his mistress/fiancĂ©e, Denise Odie Joseph II, was also married, and said in April that she was going to vote for Mitt Romney, "because [her] husband told her to." 

That husband, presumably, was not D'Souza. According to her Facebook page, Odie Joseph II was married on Dec. 30, 2011, so maybe she wrapped up the whole first marriage thing in time to become Mrs. Obama's Rage.

So not only did he have fiancee while married -- but so was she. 

I guess all this polygamy is all part of D'Souza's imperialist upbringing and was learned from his father.

Oh, and voting for Romney because "her husband told her too" is very liberating isn't it?

Is he the CEO of a company?


Anonymous said...

Dinesh believes in biblical marriage, defined as being between one man and his wives and concubines.

jimmiraybob said...

I wonder what he stuck the college with as far as severance.

In the mean time, I've consulted the Swami and the Swami predicts a wonderful new business investment: The Dinesh D'Souza Mexican Colony for the Ambiguously and Possibly Multiply Married. I hear Uncle Rusty, Baby Gingrich and the Men for family Values coalition are very interested.

Anonymous said...

Actually, I owe Dinesh D'Souza an apology... the nutso guy on the Bill Maher show actually isn't him!

Does anybody know the name of the guy I mean? He shaves his head and he looks like an evil genie... he has unusually large eyebrows and a weird facial expression that makes him look like he just swallowed a little turd...?

Name that wingnut!

pansypoo said...

why isn't this screaming alarm news? forget illegal votes.

StonyPillow said...

D'sgustingly d'lightful d'pravity.

Anonymous said...

Remember when the fucktards used to accuse us of being 'moral relativists'?