But those two things are now null and void because Barbara Walters, yet again, is showing the world her vulgar personality, he utter lack of class and dignity, and–frankly–her despair that she and the details of her life are no longer important, nor are they interesting. One woman of questionable high regard ruining a man’s life on the salacious, patronizing show of another woman of even more questionable high regard.So, to make them seem interesting, to sell books, Walters is provocatively dishing on this poor octegenarian/soon-to-be-nonagenarian on–where else? This is the double-team nightmare no red-blooded American male ever fantasized about, surely not the classy Ed Brooke.

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Myers leader Lebanon Michigan Middle East movie movie review Movie Reviews Muslim Muslims New York President Princess Saudi Arabia terrorist United States USA Today USD video Wall Street Journal White House By Debbie Schlussel This is one of those rare cases where “Let Sleeping Dogs Lie” isn’t just a figure of speech. telling the world that she had a long-term sexual affair with him, while he was married to another woman. Why is she doing this, other than to sell books and earn for her publishers the $4 million advance she received for this $30 tome of drivel?

In this case, the female dog who was sleeping around and won’t stop talking about with whom she allegedly slept, has the surname of Walters, the first name of Barbara. But the man she’s throwing under the bus is 88 years old. And why does a woman, who’s made millions each year and is in the wealthiest 1% of Americans, need to ruin this man’s life at the end of it–just to sell books and make a few more dollars she doesn’t need? Are her inane celeb-filled specials and daily stupid daytime yenta-fest on ABC not enough? Edward Brooke is a private citizen who has been out of politics and public life for three decades. They are the ones who will be hurt and embarrassed by Walters’ unnecessary TMI (Too Much Information) revelations. Other than gossip and selling books, it also appears that Walters wants to show us how “hip” she was because she slept with a Black man.

And she has the very sad, insatiable need at her twilight age of 78 to get more attention. He only recently fought off breast cancer and had a mastectomy. The only ones who will benefit from this gossip are Walters, her publisher, and her book agent. But it doesn’t show us her hipness or racial diversity of bed partners.

Or preachers who print the HAMAS charter and hang with Farrakhan and Qaddafi.

Unlike Obama, Brooke is a man I’d gladly have voted into the White House.

And for that–and sleeping with a tasteless big-mouth, long past her expiration date–he must now pay.

Walters, in a bid to sell her new 612-page book, “Audition,” is pimping out former U. He is on the edge of his grave and certainly toward the end of his life. Instead, it shows us what bad taste and poor judgment of character Brooke had because he made the huge mistake of sleeping with this yenta with extremely loose lips and zero sense of decency.

These days, interracial relationships aren’t a big deal, and we really don’t care about the “implications” the revelation might have had then for their respective careers.

Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton, Roxie Roker (Helen Willis of the interracial couple on “The Jeffersons”) and Sy Kravitz (parents of Lenny Kravitz), and a host of others had relationships.

But they didn’t pimp each other out for a few million dollars the way Walters has. After a divorce in 1978, he publicly decried his dirty laundry being aired in public. You’d think that after recently battling serious cancer and moving on from Walters and public life for over three decades, Brooke would enjoy a right to privacy and a right to live his last years in peace.