Friday, October 06, 2006

Ugh....Requisite Mark Foley Commentary

<----- Dennis Hastert (This is either a frustrated or constipated face, or both) If you look at Time's pictures used for their quotes of the day, they are decidedly partisan. I have been evaluating this phenomenon for close to 2 years. Time should be renamed "Socialist Chronography".

Alright, here it is- since we have vowed to be a non-biased news source and give America clear direction:

-Mark Foley is complete slime and filth. He should be punished to the full extent of the law.

-Dennis Hastert (Speaker of the House) should not be held liable if it is found to be true he new nothing about the Instant Messages. His job is not to babysit idiot homosexual predator pedophiles. It is to help represent the people and guide the country. There are probably 500 illegimate scandals brought against congressmen every year, it was unfortunate that this one turned out to be real. Hastert is not the FBI, he is not spending his time as a watchdog making sure no one does anything illegal. When considering Hastert consider this: Do you have a job? Do you have a busy day-to-day life? Now take that and multiply it by 5 and you probably have an idea as to how devoted the Speaker of the House has to be to his job. Probably not a whole lot of extra time to spend hunting down the random IM's of some jackass.

-Apparently these IM's were at least 3 years old. 3 years! Whoever HAS known about this for this long and managed to spring it 35 days before an election- they have a special place in Hell. They should be held to almost the same punitive standard as Foley! Could you imagine knowing someone who was out there doing stuff like this and just sitting on it for 3 years for political advantage? Gross.

-This is one man and one man's actions. That's it. The blame should not extend beyond Mark Foley unless it is proven that other people had CONCRETE knowledge of the REAL CONTENT of the IM's. There is way too much assumption going on given very few of the facts are really known. This is an epidemic problem within the media as the line between fact and opinion has been irreparably blurred. And that's all for me... have a good weekend faithful readers.


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