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Monday, October 02, 2006

Most Recent Display of Liberal Hypocrisy

I hope they hang Congressman Foley from his thumbs and that his political career is kaput. That being said, it's shameful how the Democrats are trying to capitalize on this and paint the entire Republican party as complicit. When it's one of their own, the Democrats pardon them.

I seriously doubt President Bush will pardon Foley.
That would draw comparisons to President Clinton, who did pardon congressional pedophile sex offenders:

January 2001: Just before leaving office, President Clinton commuted the sentence of former Illinois congressman Mel Reynolds (D) who had spent 30 months in a state prison for having sex with a 16-year-old campaign volunteer and was serving a five-year sentence in federal prison for lying to obtain loans and illegally diverting campaign money for personal use.

4 Comments:

Blogger FleshPresser said...

We liberals don't censor everyone... just you. It's a vast left-wing conspiracy.

Censor this!

By the way... your font isn't really big enough.... kind of hard to read. You should look into fixing that.

5:49 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Duh. Obviously your site removes any comments made by conservatives. Wouldnt want anybody contradicting your DNC-KOS talking points.

Sorry for the large font. The problem is with MIE. Try updating to a reliable browser, like Firefox.

Thanks for stopping by. I dont censor comments like you do, so have at it.

7:26 AM  
Blogger joe said...

Interesting take, but rather strange.

Clinton shouldn't have pardoned that convicted felon.

but...

That hardly shows democratic hypocracy. What is hypocracy is the party of moral and family values seems to think retaining power trumps protecting our children. Feel safer yet? Hiding Foley's little problem since at least 2001 when they began warning pages about his overly friendly advances, is more than most of us are willing to put up with from any representative, much less the "we are the only ones who can protect you" republicans.

Vote them all out in November. No matter what the party affiliation.

11:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Democrats are saying what Foley did was despicable. And leaving it at that. The Republicans are just hanging themselves on it, with the confusion between Boehner-Hastert-Reynolds.

I won't stand up for Clinton, because I don't agree with that decision, but the hypocrisy comes in on the GOP side because of their 'strong moral values' which they like to beat Democrats about their heads with. Also, Foley on the Missing and Exploited Children Caucus? Pushing harsher laws for internet predators? You can't make this up! (By the way, even if you pull 16 as AOC, this was still harrasment from the way I see it, as the kid was creeped out.)

1:59 AM  

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