Dan Loeb, hedge fund degenerate leech on society and huge donor to Republican causes, was caught with his own Ashley Madison account recently. Loeb made some news in the past by taking time out of his long day of not working for the money he took from others, to publicly mock Hillary Clinton for Bill’s extra-marital affair. He called Bill “a liar and a cheat”.
The data showed the name and email address of Loeb in the account list from Ashley Madison and Loeb did confirm that the account was authentic in a statement to Gawker.
Another “family values” Republican gets caught being a hypocrite and liar, then goes on to simply deny that it happened.
Loeb’s comments regarding Hillary Clinton were caught on his Facebook page, before being deleted and explained away as “an old meme that ended up on his page inadvertently.” Right. Mistakes were made as usual, but it’s ok because he is a Republican and God has already forgiven him, so that means you must as well.
My husband is a liar and a cheat. He has cheated on me from the beginning, and when I confront him, he denies everything. What’s worse, everyone knows that he cheats on me. It is so humiliating. Also, since he lost his job 14 years ago, he hasn’t even look for a new one. All he does all day is smoke cigars, cruise around and shoot the bull with his buddies, while I have to work to pay the bills. Since our daughter went away to college he doesn’t even pretend to like me, and even hints that I may be a lesbian. What should I do?
Grow up and dump him. Good grief woman! You don’t need him anymore! You’re running for President of the United States. Act like one.
About a year before Loeb made the Facebook post about Hillary and while he was married for a decade already, he decided to make his Ashley Madison account so he could totally not use it.
Loeb released this statement, regarding the account, by way of a public relations representative. A public relations person is usually the first sign of a guilty party, because nobody ever has to spin the truth.
As my family, friends and business colleagues know, I am a prolific web surfer. Did I visit this site to see what it was all about? Absolutely – years ago, at the time I was invested in Yahoo and IAC and was endlessly curious about apps and websites. Did I ever engage or meet with anyone through this site? Never. That was never my intention — as evidenced by the fact that I never provided a credit card to set up an account.
The “prolific web surfer” excuse is a new one. It is sort of like excusing drunk driving causing an accident by saying “I own a lot of cars.”
Here are a couple of points to remember:
- Loeb indicated he was looking for ” discrete fun with 9 or 10″ in his profile.
- Loeb also checked his private messages on the account, as recently as 8 months after creating the account.
It is rather strange you would fill in details of what you want, and also check your private messages for at least 8 months on an account with A.M. that you have no serious intent of using. I have forgotten passwords on accounts I had no intention on using in less than a day. Somehow he remembered his up to 8 months later.
It is just another day in Republican hypocrisy.
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