Win a Date with Drew and You Too Can Disappear!

Drew Peterson’s wife Stacey disappeared in late October and hasn’t been seen since. The court of public opinion, right or wrong, has already decided that he killed her. As an ex-police officer, he’s a good candidate for the almost-perfect crime.

Most of America has been appalled by his behavior – hamming it up for the cameras, making jokes and exhibiting all kinds of horribly inappropriate behavior. Even if he were not responsible for her disappearance, she is the mother of his children and she is missing. A little decorum, please. And consideration for your children, for goodness sake!

He hasn’t been in the news recently, and then today he was.

Apparently, he and his attorney suggested to a Chicago Deejay that Drew appear on his program for a “Win a Date With Drew” promotion. Excuse me while I vomit.

Really, could he be any more arrogant?

Thankfully the station put the kebash to the idea.

But you know the worst part? There would have been women who participated. In fact, I’m willing to bet he gets at least some love letters. Heck, lots of men on Death Row are married to women they’ve never touched (lucky for the woman), who have convinced themselves of the man’s innocence in a misguided attempt to find the love they never got from their daddies, or something.

Women can be so stupid. It’s so embarrassing.

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4 Responses to “Win a Date with Drew and You Too Can Disappear!”

  1. goodfountain Says:

    I had a friend in college who’s mother left her dad (and her) for a prisoner. She was doing “ministry” work at a nearby prison. I find that completely insane. And way to screw up your kid’s head.

    I am just so glad that the radio station put the kebash on that.

  2. Lisa S. Says:

    I had not heard of this. O – M – G.

    This man is all sorts of sociopath. What a narcissist, in a truly clinical sense of the term.

    He also had a web site for a while — http:///www.defenddrew.com — where he asked for donations for his legal fund. As if.

    He is an awful, despicable human being, even if he had absolutely nothing to do with his wife’s disappearance (though that seems very unlikely).

  3. Patty Says:

    I heard about this on the news this morning and almost spit my toothbrush across the room. They need to put him away for a very long time, with no contact with the outside world.

  4. Mary Beth Says:

    Who hasn’t always wanted to go on a date with the lion from the Wizard of Oz????


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