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Democrat hypocrisy is a joke in the Mark Folley affair!
By Mark Neckameyer


October 04, 2006

Funny how all Democrats in Congress what to tar and feather all Republicans over poor drunken Representative Mark Folley's scandalous letters to a Congressional page. At least he didn't drown anyone like the pudgy, alcoholic Democrat darling senator from a certain New England state probably did... Same guy who was kicked out of Harvard for cheating, accused of helping his nephew commit rape ... You know the guy? Where were the Democrat calls to burn his political party down?

What about the Democrat President playing under desk in the Oval Office with an intern while Ossama Bin Ladin attacked our ships and embassies and tall buildings? Where were the righteous Democrats back then and why their vigorous defense of private scandalous behavior from public officials and the right to lie abut sex?. And lest we forget, how about the openly Gay, ("openly" since he was caught anyway!) Democrat Congressman who ran a Gay prostitution ring from his Washington DC apartment also involving Congressional Aids? The Democrats still love and support him and he is still in office and appearing so self righteous on talk shows. At least poor Representative Folley had the guts to resign and commit himself for treatment while the Democrat Senator and Congressman still draw huge public salaries and write our laws and the ex-President makes millions on the speaking tour while helping prep his cuckolded wife to take his old, hopefully cleaned up office,

The truth is that power does corrupt and some sick individuals use the power, influence and money of a high political office to live out their perverted fantasies. The Democrats new found morality is comical. Talk about hypocrisy!

Mark Neckameyer
Irvine, CA - USA

Received October 03, 2006 - Published October 04, 2006

About: "I am a semi retired accountant living in California. I love Alaska for the fishing and outdoor lifestyle and am about a year away from full retirement; plannng to spend as much summer as possible in Alaska."



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