London, June 7 (ANI): With less than 18 months left for the November 2012 presidential elections in the US, Republicans have been left stunned with the release of a book by a former political press officer revealing her sexual escapades with the Republican hierarchy.
The book titled 'The Life of the Party,' written by Lisa Baron, recounts a lifestyle of casual sex and 'a seemingly endless supply of narcotics' in George W Bush's empire.
Baron, who calls herself a 'political press tart', has boasted of her sexual exploits with Bush's press secretary Ari Fleischer and Republican National Committee political director David Israelite.
Spilling the beans on her sexual encounters with Fleischer, she said, "my remarkable encounter with Ari in that unremarkable hotel room perfectly summed up my groupie-like relationship to politics at that time - I wanted it, I worshipped it, and I went for it."
"We went back to his town house apartment and got down and dirty... there might have been porno involved," the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
Regarding her intimacy with Christian conservatives leader Ralph Reed, she said, "Ralph was a thirty something uber-zealot with a hard drinking past, a taste for the good life, and a hunger for power."
Baron has admitted that she started an affair with Fleischer, while she was screwing around with the very dapper Israelite.
"I was screwing around with the very dapper David... but he wasn't into the whole girlfriend/boyfriend thing," she boasted.
The book has been released at a time when Republican contenders are desperately trying to win over Christian conservatives as the movement seeks to recover from a series of scandals.
Baron has also claimed in her book that Reed was suspected as the source of a rumour about John McCain during the 2000 Republican primary in South Carolina. (ANI)