John Edwards betrayal: Your friend will swallow your mistakes, your enemy will present them on a plate.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Strange stuff, Tragedy by on February 2, 2010 0 Comments

The fall of John Edwards is certainly one of the most difficult moments of his life. It is sad to see that every part of his life is falling apart in a very dramatic way. Yes, he admitted having an affair, then being the father of Ms. Hunter‘s daughter. He was wrong. Does that make him a criminal?

The biggest disappointment is Andrew Young, John Edwards’ confident and trusted right-hand man, at first part of the cover up and now portraying himself as “the good guy” who fears for his life. Greed is a sin. Andrew Young has sold his soul for money. Does this man have peace? He’s kicking a man who’s already down.

It makes you wonder who you can consider a true friend and how much you can share with a friend.   Americans crave sensation. I believe that “The Politician,” Andrew Young’s book, is serving them very well. Who is the real hypocrite? Andrew or John? Or both. As the Bedouin of Egypt say, “Your friend will swallow your mistakes, your enemy will present them on a plate.”

Andrew Young

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