Katherine Harris Will Have Her Revenge
Katherine Harris, who is trying to become a U.S. senator, says she is writing a tell-all about the many people who have wronged her. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to: the Republican leaders who didn't want her to run, the press that has covered her troubled campaign, and the many staffers who have quit her employ, whom she accuses of colluding with her opponent.
She is vague about what, precisely, makes her a victim, but she says she has it all documented.
"I've been writing it all year," she says in that kittenish voice. She often smiles and cocks her head as if she's letting you in on a secret. "It's going to be a great book."
We are very sure of that.
The entire Post Style profile we took that from is full of nuggets of brilliance, and we really want to quote just about every other line. It's all great. But we'll just leave you with this, in which Kitty, who has repeatedly likened herself to the Biblical Queen Esther, grabs a Bible from the car to explain what that comparison means:
"I'll give you one verse," she says. "On the day that the enemies of the Jews had hoped to overpower them, the opposite occurred, in that the Jews themselves overpowered those who hated them."
We're pretty sure that means she's going to kill all her former staffers.
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