Tuesday, January 7, 2014

How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

But you brighten up for me all of my days
With a love so sweet in so many ways
I want to stop and thank you baby

ok you recall  when I called Team Wendy a bunch of John Birchers....I think Wendy wants to have her cake and eat it too...and Wendy invites some of these Bircher folks like Phyllis Schlafly who like cake to her Young Miss America Foundation luncheons at the Ronald McDonald Ranch Center...well it's a pretty sick recipe for cake if you ask me

and today's post is all about Cake....and Mary Kay Letourneau

SEATTLE (AP) — Former teacher Mary Kay Letourneau, who made headlines after she had sex with her 12-year-old student, is back in jail in Seattle.

KIRO reports (http://bit.ly/JDVrHZ ) she was arrested Sunday night and booked into the King County Jail early Monday for failing to appear in court for a suspended driver's license case. She was held with bail set at $5,000....

now what's this got to do with anything? read on

when Mary Kay Letourneau was a 6th grade teacher who had sex with a 13 year old student, she had his baby, went to jail for child rape, and eventally married the guy when he was old enough to tie his shoes

and when rightwingers preach family values, they don't know what they are talking about and are usually hiding some deep dark sex secrets...it's like they go into a closet and eat chocolate cake when they're not supposed to


Mary Katherine Schmitz was born on January 30, 1962. She was the fourth child and first daughter of college professor John Schmitz and homemaker Mary Schmitz, both devout Roman Catholics. Her dark-haired father was so thin he was almost bony. But he was handsome, and with his mustache he looked like movie actor David Niven. Her mother also had black hair and was pretty and slim.

Soon after Mary Katherine's birth, her family began calling her "Mary Kay." John nicknamed her "Cake." No one else ever called her that. It was the special name from her Daddy. Cake was a daddy's girl, always closer to him than to her mother. "My first memories of my father," Mary Kay would later recall, "were of him always lying on the couch with a book. And he always had his pipe." The pretty little brown-eyed blonde girl liked to sit on the other end of the couch.

When Mary Kay was two years old, John began a political career. He ran for a seat in the state legislature. He was very conservative, as were most people in his district, and was a member of the John Birch Society. At campaign appearances, John and Mary made a striking couple

When Mary Kay was 7, she had a sexual encounter with one of her older brothers. She saw his penis, and he began fondling her. Later, Mary Kay would downplay the importance of these incidents. "I was not forced into anything," she recalled, "but when I decided it was wrong, I said no. And guess what? It stopped."

His wife was getting increasingly involved in conservative political causes. She campaigned against the Equal Rights Amendment and became known as the "West Coast Phyllis Schlafly." When the ERA went down to defeat, Mary put up a cardboard tombstone for it on her lawn.

In 1970, John ran for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives and won. The family moved to Washington, D. C. John sometimes took his lovely "Cake" to Congress with him and proudly showed off the well-behaved and bubbly young girl.

Reporters found that John Schmitz spoke his mind without reservation and often without concern for whose feelings he might hurt. He was unabashedly homophobic. "They like to be called gays," he said. "I prefer to call them queers."

On August 11, 1973, the family and some friends had a little get together in their backyard. Mary Kay, then 11, was supposed to be watching her 3-year-old brother Philip.

Suddenly Mary Kay asked, "Where's Philip?" and a panicked family began looking for the baby. They found him unconscious at the bottom of the pool. He was dead.


On one Free For All, Mary Schmitz made an impassioned plea for the importance of marriage and the family on the program – just a few weeks before a sex scandal involving her husband broke.

It turned out that John Schmitz, champion of traditional morals and family values, had been having a longtime affair with a former student of his named Carla Stuckle. What's more, he had fathered two out-of-wedlock children with her.

The second family of John Schmitz became public knowledge because Carla was suspected of having abused or neglected her first child by John, a boy she had named John George....

I gotta stop here because I'm baking a lemon chiffon cake and the little bell just rang...

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