How do we know for sure that the secret third half of the Lucianne/Jonah Goldberg conspiracy is not actually K-Lo? Because Joshua actually wrote to Wonkette on Friday night, when we all know perfectly well that Fridays are Jonah and K-Lo's "Moral Netflix & Fish Sticks Night."

When we revealed the secret sibling's plans to run for something or other in New York, maybe "ombudsman" or whatever, little did we know this announcement called for a serious policy approach, and not the usual Wonkette "eh what the hell is up with the dude's picture?" kind of thing that passes for political commentary around here.

Joshua Goldberg, ex-fishmonger, would like to set the record straight:

Subject: You Story on ME, Joshua Goldberg



Date: Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 6:07 PM

Pardon me for not writing from my campaign e-mail account ( I am simply saving time.

I am writing you this note because your contributor, Mr. Newel, wrote that I have been 'unemployed all of my 42 years' (Jonah Goldberg’s Secret Brother Is Running For Office, In Liberal New York!). You guys REALLY should do a little more research before you "go to press." You can see my resume here: I have worked since I was 15 years old.

I know that I am just opening myself to more of your ridicule but that is how elections work. I just thought that a "wonk's" blog would concentrate on policy rather than on someone's appearance. If you want to write anything with some depth I would be happy to speak with one of your bloggers.

By the way, "power to the purple people!" I don't know what was going on with the color balance with the camera but it bothers me more than it does your readers. It seems that it is the only thing they want to speak of. I have had much worse insults thrown at me so keep it coming if it makes you feel better.


Joshua J. Goldberg

Managing Editor

Lucianne.Com News Forum, LLC

New York City, U.S.A.

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