Maybe I'll up her rating to a 10.
Here's a story
"You've got to be in a certain age group to remember the problem that Wilbur Mills had, but Wilbur Mills was the Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. He had a great ambition. He was thinking about running for president in the early '70s, and then he got a phone call from – or his chief of staff got a phone call one night about one o'clock in the morning from the D.C. police that said, We've got your boss in jail down here and his blood alcohol level is .21. We picked him up with a stripper by the name of Fannie Fox. We fished them both out of the Tidal Basin.
His language was so abusive and he made such a ruckus down here that he attracted the attention of the national media, and they're all here and they've got the story, and you better get down here.
So he goes down there and when he gets there, being a good staffer he says, well, I know it looks bad, but what really happened was that Miss Fox is a very close friend of the Mills family, and the Chairman was there at the House very late, and Mrs. Mills broke her leg tonight, and he stopped by to pick up Miss Fox, because as I said, she's a close friend of the family.
And the police said, We're not buying that. He's drunk. They were soaking wet. He's abusive. We're keeping him here in jail. We'll see you tomorrow.
So he calls Mrs. Mills and says, Mrs. Mills, I've got to come talk to you. She said, Have you seen my husband? Yes, he's fine. Well, where is he? I'll tell you when I get there. We've got a problem.
So now he gets to her house about two o'clock in the morning and she says, Well, where's my husband? He says, Well, it's good news and bad news. Which do you want first? She said, I'll take the good news.
He says, Well, the good news is your husband is in jail with a stripper by the name of Fannie Fox. His blood alcohol level's .21. The fished them both out of the Tidal Basin. He was so abusive with his language the national press has the story, and I'd say his political career is over.
She said, My God, that's the good news? What's the bad news? He said, The bad news is I've got to break your leg. "
LOL ... I didn't make that up, it's in recorded FCC Congressional hearings, here is the entire transcription.