America’s worst governor and alcoholic adulterous sex-assaulter crook Jim Gibbons and his power-crazed wife Dawn are finally getting the divorce everybody always knew they’d get, and it’s going to be ugly, and the court documents are hilarious. [My Silver State/Las Vegas Gleaner]

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  1. “…despite having vowed to not comment on the details of the breakup of the marriage, he specially breaks his vow of silence to defend. In short, by not stepping up and by not candidly admitting his fawning involvement with his frequent bar, lunch, dinner, and even grocery store companion, he has brought the spotlight down upon himself and upon the reason for the divorce.”

    Let’s see if I understand this correctly. By not admitting his involvement with the other girl, he breaks his vow of silence? Gibbo sure can attract the smart ones, can’t he?

  2. “…she is blameless and that lust is the real villain here.”

    I don’t see Lust on trial. Where is the justice!?

  3. “For just one example, even when, after consuming copious amounts of alcohol, and under the cover of darkness, in a garage in Las Vegas, the plaintiff was accused of assaulting a young woman, bearing a striking resemblance, to the ‘other woman’ referenced, below, that woman, too, like his wife now, was trashed and the public was, again, misled”

    ‘That woman was trashed’. And so was the person who wrote that sentence using 14 commas. Just hammered.

  4. I posted this picture earlier, but it didn’t go through because there was something blocking the tubes. Anyway, I don’t think it would be misogynist at all to blame Ana, do you?

  5. consuming copious amounts of alcohol, and under the cover of darkness, in a garage in Las Vegas

    You just know this isn’t going anywhere good.

  6. Holy shitstorm, did you read the document? It has passages like this one:

    After all, it is only a coincidence that she moved out of her marital home too and is
    seeking a divorce at the same time he is, too. Note that he doesn’t mention that fact or deny
    it in his rebuttal. Right!

    Who’s her lawyer, James Patterson?

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  8. Boy, I just hope that everyone who registers will get commenting privileges so that the “Comments” section of Wonkette can become the dumbed down, error-riddled, bitchy younger brother of Consumerist.

  9. what’s with this “you’re posting comments too quickly, slow down”? should i just send my comments in a postcard and check back next week?

  10. @Loquaciousmusic: The new wonkette design: providing the freedom for all to comment in the same vein as the jackass who yells “Freebird!” at a non-Skynyrd concert.

    Horrible, horrible freedom.

  11. So, are they posting anything new today, or are we just going to talk about Jim Gibbons’s train wreck of a marriage until we grow old and die?

  12. After more than twenty years of marriage, the Plaintiff has deserted, abandoned, and
    has shunned his wife without justification for that behavior

    Hell hath no fury like a woman shunned!

  13. @TGYYeah, but cursing the darkness is fun, too.
    Well as someone who has dealt with his share of screaming end-users before, I sympathize with our relocated Wonkette overlords.

  14. There is a lot of important news not being reported by Wonkette today. Look, I expect to learn that Ricky Martin endorsed Hillz today from you, not Ben Smith.

  15. if the editor’s can’t ban commenters anymore then i will quit trying to be funny and i will instead post multiple paragraph theories on politics and crosslink to pages full of adsense ads.

  16. In other news, McCrone’s chief economic advisor, Phil Gramm, was a lobbyist for a Swiss banking firm while he helped craft McCrone’s economic policy.
    McCrone Bald-Pate Deep in Lobbyists
    Gramm was still actively lobbying for UBS on March 26, when he contributed to a speech in which McCain recommended further deregulation as a response to the mortgage crisis. Talking Points Memo notes that “UBS is among the banks worst hit by the global credit crisis,” with about $37 billion in assets tied to bad US mortgages.

    UBS has now told members of a private banking team which advised wealthy American clients to avoid travel to the US, following the indictment of a former senior executive for helping a billionaire evade taxes.

    Hey, I wonder if this means Gramm’s going to be indicted for abetting tax evasion too — he could be the first cabinet secretary to conduct business from a minimum security prison.

  17. I wouldn’t let me create Antonio the Tiger, which is the cereal characters REAL name. Why else do you think he put such an emphasis on grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!

  18. Where is the proof?
    I’m not doubting the story necessarily. I just want to see proof.
    I see no reason as yet to take her word for anything.
    Unless we’re supposed to take her word for it because she’s the wife (and a woman, therefore entitled to special, separate and unequal treatment in America’s “egalitarian” eyes) and he’s a Republican.
    But that would be hypocrisy, wouldn’t it?

    Your hate will kill you.

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