Michaele Salahi, White House dinner crasher and now one of "The Real Housewives of DC" plans to pose completely nude for an upcoming issue of Playboy.
No Demure Shots
According to MSN, Salahi, who is 50 years old, has no intention of doing a demure shot featuring her very best assets. Instead she plans to go completely nude for the photo shoot.
Apparently Playboy is still deciding if Michaele Salahi will be the cover model for the issue in which she is featured. Salahi, however, says if they should decide to feature her on the cover, she would "love it."
Something very wrong is happening here, that should be more than obvious to anyone who is even mildly literate.
Michaele Salahi and her husband crashed a White House event, and quite likely lied to everyone involved with regard to doing so. She winds up just a few months later with a role on a "reality" TV show and now will be featured in a spread in Playboy.
Message to Society?
What kind of message does this send Americans, and worse yet, people who live outside the country? It truly makes it appear as though laws were meant to be broken. And, once those laws are broken, if you are attractive, have money and a half ounce of class, you can wind up garnering fame from breaking that law.
This sends a horrendous message to our young people. Gone are the days when we respect whomever is in the White House, regardless if we did or did not vote for them. Gone are the days when shame follows an infraction of the law.
These standards have been replaced instead by 15 minutes of fame, and often followed by a blatant display of rewarding such bad behavior with large sums of money and a cult-like following.
Michaele Salahi should be ashamed of herself. Reality TV producers should be just as ashamed. Playboy.....well, there's neverbeen much in the way of morals there.
Let's just send copies of the Playboy issue that will feature Michaele Salahi to terrorist countries and tell everyone there, "Come on over. We have no class, no morals, no laws (well, a few, but you can probably get around them!) and no dignity whatsoever."
What kind of message do these actions send to the entire world of our society as a whole?
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