Paula Broadwell and Rielle Hunter will be starting an exclusive club calling it “Groucars”. The name is a portmanteau of Groupie and Cougar. Membership is restricted to women in their 40’s with a hankering for older guys holding high governmental positions.
Paula was “embedded” in Afghanistan with General Petraeus for a year between July 2010 and 2011. In her free time she wrote a biography of Mr. Petraeus and titled her book, “All In: The Education of General David Petraeus”.
She was able show him some tricky battlefield moves. Apparently doing naked push ups and having sex in strange places including having “it” underneath his desk were involved. None of these interfered with his abilities to direct his troops and subsequently taking over the as the Director of the CIA.
The sexy and racy e-mail communications were “accidentally” intercepted by the FBI between the married four-star general and Paula. “Peaches” Petraeus was literally speaking caught spying between the sheets and resigned as the Director of the CIA after confessing to cheating on his wife.
Paula in her on-line biography gushed: “A few months into my research, General Petraeus, who was then leading Central Command, invited me to go for a run with him and his team along the Potomac River during one of his visits to Washington,”she wrote. “I figured I could interview him while we ran.”
“Instead it became a test for me,” she said. ‘As we talked during the run from the Pentagon to the Washington Monument and back, Petraeus progressively increased the pace until the talk turned to heavy breathing and we reached a six-minute-per-mile pace. It was a signature Petraeus move.”
She has also worked as a model and demonstrator for KRISS, a .45 caliber machine gun manufacturer. Pictures of her doing the demonstrations at gun shows are not yet available but will be prized by our ever thirsty gossip media looking for new information on a saucy Washington sex scandal.
She is now being quoted: “We all will make mistakes. The key is to recognize them and admit them, to learn from them, and to take off the rear view mirrors – drive on and avoid making them again.”
“Right on,” Paula!