TLP: Good Thing He's Got a Robe
This gives a whole new meaning to the courtroom proclamation: "All rise!"
D.C. Unmasked & Undressed, the memoir of Lillian McEwen, a former judge and ex-girlfriend of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, hits the shelves March 5. But, as the author told the AFRO, this book is definitely not for the G-rated crowd. While the tale chronicles the often painful journey of the writer from the despair of a dysfunctional, abusive home to the travails and triumphs of a Capitol Hill and judicial career, it is a trail marked with sex – lots of it. And Thomas figures prominently – literally and figuratively – in this tale. McEwen gushes over Thomas’ prowess and “fantasy [package],” describing his body as “coffee-bean ... velvet-covered cement.”OK, we really don't want to think about all this, but this sort of thing has been part of the Clarence Thomas story since there was a Clarence Thomas story. And since he doesn't speak in court, this is even more entertaining. What the fuck is he thinking about up there? Duh.
He was a “national treasure,” she said, one she shared with other women in ménages à trois and in a voyeuristic pleasure palace. And she described her then-lover as being “easily aroused,” with a “strong interest in pornography.”
Two things: if Mr. Justice Thomas truly likes porn, the court may not be the best place for him (except for the robe). Maybe he'd enjoy the SEC better. And it seems Mrs. Justice Thomas has some more Saturday morning dialing to do.