The latest in the Republican crime wave
Republican Jim Galley, who is running for Congress as a "pro-traditional
family" candidate, was married to two women at the same time, defaulted on his
child support payments and has been accused of abuse by one of his ex-wives.
He's on his third marriage, which is why he wants to have the federal government tell you how to run yours.
And if you haven't heard, an immigrant has been caught voting illegally.
For reasons unknown but probably having to do with desperation at RNC headquarters, the San Diego Union Tribune is focusing on a faux pas by Francine Busby in which she (accurately) said that you don't need papers for voting. You need citizenship, you need to be registered as a voter, you need to be resident in the district, and you need to sign in. But you don't need papers.
Every time that the Republicans attack Democrats, you can almost always be sure that some heeeuuuge GOP scandal is about to emerge. Maybe 2006 will be the year in which we learn how many votes Republicans have stolen in the last three election cycles.