Friday, September 29, 2006

Page fault

Uh oh....

When they're not on the floor of the House or Senate destroying 800 years of jurisprudence, congressional Republicans have been resigning over any number of issues. Today, champion against child pornography, Mark Foley, tendered his resignation after the leak of emails he sent to a sixteen year old former congressional aide. Though it was buried at the time, J. Jennings Moss reiterates that Foley had been outed as far back as 1996, the first time the Republicans were pushing the Defense of Marriage Act.

Earlier in the day, Foley's spokesman claimed that the emails being questioned were "harmless" responses to thank you notes. Well, anyone could smell that one a mile away and people start to poke around. And while the nature of those specific emails may be exactly as Foley says, the inevitable seemed only a matter of time.

That time would come mere hours later when ABC published one of the IM sessions between the moralizing champion of "traditional marriage" and a sixteen year old former congessional House page. And this, dear readers, is part of an exchange that your tax dollars paid for (Maf54 is foley):

Maf54 (8:08:31 PM): get a ruler and measure it for me

Xxxxxxxxx (8:08:38 PM): ive already told you that

Maf54 (8:08:47 PM): tell me again

Xxxxxxxxx (8:08:49 PM): 7 and 1/2

Maf54 (8:09:04 PM): ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Maf54 (8:09:08 PM): beautiful

Xxxxxxxxx (8:09:38 PM): lol

Maf54 (8:09:44 PM): thats a great size

Xxxxxxxxx (8:10:00 PM): thank you

Maf54 (8:10:22 PM): still stiff

Xxxxxxxxx (8:10:28 PM): ya

Maf54 (8:10:40 PM): take it out

Like most people -- liberals usually -- who find that Republican gay bashing often appears a little too energetic, my biggest problem is how these sorry sacks inevitably turnout to be exactly the kind of character they're usually railing against.

But this behaviour, though perhaps the most glaring, is just one small piece of a much larger aspect that is seen in the GOP these days. They now exhibit classic signs of projection is so many arenas it is truly boggling. They accuse illegal immigrants, the elderly and Democrats of election fraud while they practice the most egregious and widespread program voter fraud ever seen (or not seen on the MSM). They project weakness on the Democrats while they themselves cringe at the thought of terrorists and abrogate every standard of law and the Constitution. They yowl about gays while they are gay. They vilify pornographers when they are pornographers and even, in rare fits of karma, exposed as gay child pornographers. Truly, there is no end to it.

The lesson here: the next time you hear a Republican wailing about the ills of something, you can be reasonably certain they're up to their armpits in it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let us not forget that there is nothing wrong with being gay, but there is everything wrong with having relations with a minor.
Many people in power would like people to believe that they are one and the same.

11:02 AM  
Blogger theBhc said...

Yes, you're right. I didn't state that clearly enough, I suppose but it is their public hypocrisy that is most irksome and, in certain cases, downright illegal.

12:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You paint with a mighty wide brush.

8:23 PM  
Blogger theBhc said...

So, given what has transpired so far in this disgraceful debacle, the brush appears to have been appropriately wide. The entire party is rife with criminals, pedersasts and enablers.

If you doubt that, please, tell me why?

11:51 AM  

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