The source says Broadwell claimed she "was considering potentially running for office, and many people had come to her about that. She said she had gotten requests from both parties to consider running for office."
Colbert cut to the heart of the scandal: "Please. If our troops were really still fighting in Afghanistan, don't you think we'd be hearing about that on the news instead of this bullshit? Unbelievable."
Last night, Stewart was flabbergasted by the widening scope of the investigation into the affair ("high school lunchroom table gossip"), and John Oliver proposed banning all heterosexuals from the military.
It seems Paula Broadwell's husband may have written the NY Times' Ethicist seeking advice about the affair. Because who wouldn't turn to the world's most sincere Billy Joel aficionado in times of marital strife.