Friday, September 29, 2006


Compare And Contrast

First, we have this:

Republicans were aghast at Clinton's behavior, with many saying it showed he had lied and abused his power. "It's vile," said Rep. Mark Foley, R-West Palm Beach. "It's more sad than anything else, to see someone with such potential throw it all down the drain because of a sexual addiction."
Then, we have this:
Maf54 (7:46:33 PM): did any girl give you a haand job this weekend Xxxxxxxxx (7:46:38 PM): lol no Xxxxxxxxx (7:46:40 PM): im single right now Xxxxxxxxx (7:46:57 PM): my last gf and i broke up a few weeks agi Maf54 (7:47:11 PM): are you Maf54 (7:47:11 PM): good so your getting horny Xxxxxxxxx (7:47:29 PM): lol...a bit Maf54 (7:48:00 PM): did you spank it this weekend yourself Xxxxxxxxx (7:48:04 PM): no Xxxxxxxxx (7:48:16 PM): been too tired and too busy Maf54 (7:48:33 PM): wow... Maf54 (7:48:34 PM): i am never to busy haha
By the way: "Maf54" was chatting with a sixteen-year-old boy. "Maf54" is better known as Mark Foley, who until he resigned today was not only a powerful House Republican, but the chair of the House caucus tasked with going after child sex offenders. And Dennis Hastert and the rest of the House GOP leadership knew about "Maf54"'s behavior with young boys but did nothing about it.

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