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married with children
he should go and charges should be filed on him. I heard on the news that some of the girls he was talking to on line were underage. Even if they were not, he lied to his wife and then to the country. We should be getting better out of our
he should go and charges should be filed on him. I heard on the news that some of the girls he was talking to on line were underage. Even if they were not, he lied to his wife and then to the country. We should be getting better out of our government. I am sick and tired of this stupid wastes of skin that are in DC right not. Our government has forgotten why it is. It is here to protect the constitution. If he lied about something simple like that, how can we believe him when he is telling us obama's health bill will save us money, all 2800 pages of it?
So, every Congressman who lies to his wife should lose his job? Puh-Lease.
On what news "network" did you hear the girls were underage? FUX? And, even if he did, do YOU know the ages of every single person you talk to on the internet for sure? Do you know who I am or how old I am? If not, then Wiener or anyone else has no more knowledge than you do about these things. How do you EVER know for sure who you are talking to on the internet.
It was a dumb thing to do, yes, but NeoCon motives for trying to destroy the careers of every Democrat
they can get their hands on, even when minor things happen, while ignoring the plank in their own eyes make me want to throw up.
Newt Gingrich fucked everything that got in front of him, should he not be allowed to run for president, due to HIS sex drive? No, even though I don't like the guy, maybe he should still, even with evidence he cheated on every woman he has ever been in a relationship with (not on line, with his dick) does he still has a right to run for office?
During Gingrich's term as Speaker, eighty-four ethics charges were filed against him
So he wouldn't have to face a Congressional Hearing, Gingrich and the House Ethics Subcommittee negotiated a sanctions agreement, which Gingrich immediately violated! On January 21, 1997, the House voted 395 to 28 to reprimand Gingrich, including a $300,000 "cost assessment" to get back taxpayers' money spent on the investigation. This was the first time in the House's history that the Speaker had been disciplined for ethics violations
( His crimes hurt the American Public. Posting one's dick on the internet hasn't harmed anyone.
Even though he fucked up his last
political job, he's still running for president. You Republicans can't ignore your own people's foibles and then want to destroy a Dem when he or she makes a small, inconsequential mistake.