"Hey, Hillary! Hey, girl!"
She's reportedly received a $12 million deal to tell how she and President Bill Clinton "got it on" under the nose of Hillary Clinton in the White House.
According to the Huffington Post, a friend of Monica's said, "She has been through enough already and all this happened 14 years ago. She has put it behind her and moved on with her life."
O_oChoke yourself, fool. If she was past it, then she wouldn't be releasing a book on how she she gave oral in the Oval. I can't stand when someone makes such an idiotic statement in an attempt to protect someone who doesn't deserve it.
Yes, I said that she doesn't deserve it. Although I never thought that Monica Lewinsky was attempting to gain fame back in 1998, she was still a bad person for what she did. Sure, she was only 21 years old when she was "taken advantage of," but even 16 year olds understand the concept of being a "side piece." She knew exactly what and who she was doing when she did Bill. Back then, I honestly thought that her intention was to steal Bill from Hillary. So, because of that, I never thought she was anything other than a jaded lover. However, the money she's made from spreading the news on her and Bill with interviews and now a new book qualifies her as a whore.
Whore (noun): a woman who engages in promiscuous sexual intercourse, usually for money.
The fact that Dictionary.com defines it as "a woman" may be a little sexist. LOL! But, I digress. Now, before any of you fix your mouth to say, "But, Q, Bill cheated. Why aren't you chastising him?"
Because Bill didn't use this story to elevate his social status in the world. He was already the President of the U.S. and a well-documented cheat. He didn't sleep with Monica to get paid, he slept with her to get his rocks off. That doesn't make him a good guy, but it doesn't make him a hooker either.
Monica flipped this into interviews, books and even had a TV show shortly after the scandal went public. Only in America can you be a mistress, gold digger or low-budget porn star and get treated like a hero or role model.
Monica was the blueprint for many famous people that we see on TV now. Kim Kardashian, Amy Fisher and quite a few others went from scandal to household name. She took what most people, from before my generation, would have been ashamed to admit and turned it into fame and fortune. Do you remember way back in the day when people used to cheat and actually tried to hide it? Yeah, those were the good ol' days, huh? Now, not only will someone steal your significant other from you, they will email the photos/videos of it to you as well. There's no self-respect now.
Monica will make plenty of money once she releases her book. I do think that people are still nosy enough to want to know about how Bill and her "got down." They'll want to hear if he said anything negative about Hillary. They'll want to hear how Monica, keeping that nasty, stained dress, was simply keeping a memento of the man that she loved and that it wasn't "insurance." Miss Lewinsky just wants you to understand where her state of mind was back in the late '90's. She wants to convince the public that she didn't go into the relationship thinking "blow Bill, book deal." She's not interested at all in being a household name at all, right?
When it's all said and done, remember that you can't spell "household" name without the "ho."
"Like this, right, Monica?"