Vanessa Hudgens a "poster-child" for Disney corruption?

Written by queen mudder

Wednesday, 19 September 2007


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Poster-child or Disney diva?

Washington DC - (Ass Mess & ReUterus): The DC mud-slinging between John Edwards' 2008 presidential campaign staff and Hillary Clinton haemorraghed into showbiz today with detractors of High School Musical's Vanessa Hudgens slamming her nude internet pics as a 'poster-child' for corruption at Disney.

The furor was initiated earlier this morning when Edwards' adviser Joe Trippi first called Hillary Clinton "corrupt as hell" and branded her PR as cynical exploitation of a gullible public.

This sent internet blogsites wild with adrenalin as Trippi's "a 'poster child' for what is wrong with DC" spearheaded fundie wingnuts to go overboard on the Hudgens' nudity issue.

By lunch time today Hudgens was being branded in the sort of righteous witch-hunt that has fuelled the testosterone-starved brain-dead of Little America to condemn Britney Spears as a child-eating whore for her frequent displays of toxic behavior.

This left some showbiz writers in LA wondering "if something sinister" is about to emerge about Disney's presidential campaign contributions that the Clinton/Gore Administrations strove so manfully to sweeten over during the heady days of the 1990s.

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