Former White House spokesman Scott McClellan faces an interesting dilemma. Obviously he will never be trusted by Republicans again nor invited to any of their events. He has earned the "Benedict Arnold" award who, as Bob Dole said, is collecting his 30 pieces of silver. On the other hand, he will be paid a lot of money to repeat his traitorous accusations.
He will likely be invited to give speeches at Democrat venues and rake in some big bucks as a traitor. But, the Democrats won't trust McCellan any more than they trust President Bush because he's turned on Bush and he could turn on Democrats. I predict Scott McClellan will be a very lonely man.
He reminds me of another historically significant McClellan whose first name, ironically, was George. Here is the quote from Wikipedia "General [George B.] McClellan also failed to maintain the trust of [President] Lincoln, and proved to be frustratingly insubordinate to the commander-in-chief."
Seems history repeats itself when it comes to the name McCellan.