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10-02-2006, 12:18 PM
10-02-2006, 12:28 PM
Yes indeed!!! I'll bet if you were married to Hillary, Osama wouldn't look so bad, either. :MM
10-02-2006, 12:30 PM
I'll bet if you were married to Hillary, Osama wouldn't look so bad, either.
Good one. :D
Hey Doc, at least Bill might be able to have something to say to Osama besides, "Yes Dear!"
10-02-2006, 12:47 PM
I don't know. I wonder if he would have to convert to Islam, first? :D BTW, we all worry about Hillary in 2008, but we seem to forget who was REALLY running the country for 8 YEARS. :rolleyes:
Hillary will be worst in many ways. She hasn't done much for upstate New York.
10-02-2006, 03:06 PM
I can believe it. She isn't even from there, she's from Arkansas. Do you think Laura Bush could buy a house in Beverly Hills then run for Senate in California? The only good thing I can say about Bill Clinton is at least he was into girls. How about Rep. Foley? Just to be fair, I'll give him his due. When Foley was in the Library of Congress, he never used a bookmark. He just bent over a page. :MM
And, the girls were of legal age and consent.
10-02-2006, 06:56 PM
It's truly pathetic, isn't it. I hope he gets prosecuted under the same child protection laws he sponsored. Poetic justice. First, Duke Cunningham, and now, this. It seems the Republicans are their own worst enemies these days. Isn't it funny, though, how Bill "cash in the freezer" Jefferson's bribery scandal has slipped from the media radar? :rolleyes:
When Foley was in the Library of Congress, he never used a bookmark. He just bent over a page. :MM
10-02-2006, 07:31 PM
Come to think of it, Foley is probably looking forward to going to prison. The showers would be like Club Med to him, I'll bet. After such a f**ked up day, I think it's about that time. :cheers:
10-02-2006, 08:05 PM
Having read the entirety of the "damning" evidence, I see NOTHING againt Foley that is criminal. The law regarding consent in DC is 16 (more to the woe), and whether or not IM's constitute a "danger" to children, time will tell.
I personally am against "cyber entrapment." If the guy on the other end is a bad dude, why are the parents not swearing out complaints??? Because everyone wants government to do the job of raising their children for them. If he's bad, take a baseball bat and whoop his a**.. That solves the problem. If it happens more than once I doubt he will be in physical condition to ever type again...
Anyway, once again, INNOCENT until proven guilty. All we have here is alleged IM's from one consenting adult to another (remember DC age of consent is 16) posted ANNONYAMOUSLY on the internet, apparently with the intention of discrediting Foley during an election. Why did he resign? Perhaps there are a few more skeletons in the closet that what first appear, or perhaps he's too drunk all the time to remember if he "did the deed" so to speak, and feels he might be guilty.
I gotta give the guy credit for resigning though, when was the last time that a liberal resigned after geing caught in the act? Jefferson is actually arrested and indicted and he's still sitting in the House.
Yeah, he sounds bad to me, but lets let the justice system work.
And as to the actual purpose of the thread, the sign is correct. If Bin Laden was female, Klinton would have found him... (but Bin Laden would probably have done a lot worse on 9/11 had his lip been bit and a stain left on his dress...)
10-03-2006, 01:51 AM
I was listening to Savage tonight and He made mention that the DNC may have had these emails all the way back when they were first sent. Now Foley is still a creep, but the DNC siting on them is worse. M. Savage tonight could not give details but He made a piont that the FBI investigation will be killed alomst over night when it starts pionting out who really knew what and when. Smells like intrapment. I mean the DNC drove around behind Newt with a state of the art ILLEGAL scanner to record and listen to his conversations on his cell in his car, So I would put nothing past them
10-03-2006, 09:12 AM
I agree with MO and Panzer that the timing of this thing is suspect. Nor do I approve of such political gamesmanship in an election year, particularly when it involves the possible abuse of a minor. The way I see it, however, if Foley was looking for a "playmate," he should have sought someone in his own age group who is openly gay. Moral judgements aside, if that's what flips his switch, then more power to him. Like the Lewinsky situation, it isn't about sex, it's about power. Foley was in a position of overwhelming influence over his intended target. In such circumstances, the subordinate is in no position to refuse, so to speak. From what I've read, the young man wasn't into this, but went along because he felt he had little choice. It's sexual harassment if nothing else. My girlfriend went through a similar situation at her old job. It almost destroyed her, emotionally. Fortunately for us, I'm 6'4 and 300 lbs. and can be pretty persuasive, especially when carrying a 3-foot section of marine drive shaft. The harrassment stopped, and now she has a much better job. (I'm also raising two girls, so now you know why I have an extremely low tolerance level for this s**t!)
My other point is this: any politician, especially a Republican, should have better sense than to do anything remotely suspicious while in office, particularly due to the obvious double-standard that gives Democrats a free pass for corruption while Republicans are forced to resign for spitting on the sidewalk. If nothing else, Foley (and Clinton) are guilty of gross stupidity for creating these situations in the first place. They should have been well aware that in their lives were under a microscope and kept their libido in check, accordingly. Come to think of it, I believe the entire U.S. population is being sexually harrassed. The government has the power and screws us all every day. :D
10-15-2006, 08:40 AM
Never slipped from thier radar... they buried the "freezer money" story. Hell... Polosi was on a gay parade float for NAMBLA . She would seem to support grown men a little boys doing things they shouldn't. Double standards are typical of Dems. Republicans... well lets just say they like money and borrowing it from corporations. One taxes and spends the other borrows and increases the debt. Either way you get a bigger more powerful central government. Just hang on, they are both gona drag us down.
10-15-2006, 08:44 AM
This started as a light joke thread and sure went down hill fast. The end.
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