Tuesday, January 07, 2014

The serial canoodler and the serial canoodlee!

Good Day Readers:

Imagine you're on vacation when little 10-year-old Johnny rushes in with:

"Mom there's an old guy in the Jacuzzi with this girl and she's topless and she's got her legs wrapped around him."

So what do you do? Why not turn it into a Barack Obama teaching moment.

"You see Johnny, that's Dr. Spitzer who's a podiatrist spelled p-o-d-i-a-t-r-i-s-t or foot doctor. By sucking on her toes he's giving her a professional massage."

"But mom, what's a foot fetish?"

"Jeezus kid let's leave that for another Obama teaching moment."

Clare L. Pieuk

Spitzer caught sucking Liz Smith's toes in topless hot tub romp

By Taia Palmeri
Monday, January 6, 2004
Liz Smith and Eliot Spitzer. (Photograph: New York Post/William C. Lopez)

Sleazy Eliot Spitzer turned a resort hot tub into a steamy love cauldron over the weekend — kissing and sucking the toes of his topless mistress, Lis Smith, in front of families with children, mortified witnesses told The Post.

The still-married former Love Gov and Smith, Mayor de Blasio’s ex-mouthpiece, were spied frolicking near the family pool at around 4 p.m. Sunday at the Half Moon family resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

“It was gross,” said a hotel witness, who was vacationing with her family. “She had her top off.”

The disgraced Spitzer — infamous for wearing his signature black knee socks while having sex with hookers — appears to have a bit of a foot fetish as well, according to onlookers.

“He was licking her toes,” the witness said. “She would sit in his lap. Then he’d put her feet in his mouth. He licked her toes and was playing with her feet.”
The hot tub where Spitzer and Smith were caught canoodling.

He also cuddled and whispered sweet nothings into the ear of Smith — a political flack who lost her chance at being a top spokesperson for de Blasio in part because of her relationship with the raunchy Spitzer.

The couple’s public display became a spectacle at the resort, which was frequented by John and Jackie Kennedy during his presidency.

A 10-year-old boy who saw Smith topless in the pool ran back to his parents and shouted, “Mom there’s an old guy in the Jacuzzi with this girl and she’s topless and she’s got her legs wrapped around him,” sources said.

The boy’s cries — “He’s sucking on her toes!” alerted other guests, who walked over to catch an eyeful.

Spitzer and Smith checked out of the hotel on Sunday night after a five-day trip that started on New Year’s Day.

On January 2, Smith tweeted a cryptic message and picture from the tropical location: “Happy New Year. Here’s to spending 2014 with the person (or ppl) you love.” On Sunday night she followed up with, “I’m at the mercy of the JFK airport gods.”



Happy New Year. Here's to spending 2014 with the person (or ppl) you love.
9:44 AM - 2 Jan 2014

One passenger on their flight back to New York was disgusted to see the duo.

“Guess who is on our plane? Eliot Spitzer . . . ” Linda Geraghty, @geraghtyvl, tweeted on Sunday night.

“He’s with female companionship,” she later wrote.

Lisa Linden, a spokesperson for Spitzer, denied the account. “These assertions are totally untrue,” she said.
Spitzer and his long-suffering wife, Silda Wall, announced the day before Christmas that they are getting a divorce.

Eliot Laurence Spitzer (born June 10, 1959) is an American lawyer, political commentator, and Democratic Party politician. He most recently ran as a candidate for New York City Comptroller, losing the Democratic nomination to Scott Stringer. He served as the 54th Governor of New York from January 2007 until his resignation on March 17, 2008, which occurred in the aftermath of a prostitution scandal. Prior to being elected governor, Spitzer served as New York State Attorney General. After serving as Governor, he became a political commentator, and was most recently the host of Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer, a nightly news and commentary program on Current TV, which he later left. Prior to Viewpoint, he was the co-host of In the Arena—a talk-show and punditry forum broadcast on CNN—from October 2010 to July 2011. (Wikipedia)


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