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  • #35
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    Too right! Actions like this for a Democrat are a resume enhancement. See Teddy Kennedy for that, he was so sleezy, as were his brothers, that he got elevated to "The Lion of the Senate"!
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    "nope,he just needs to change party affiliations and everything will make sense"
    No, no, no, Baby! You bought him, you own him. It might be acceptable for Republicans to throw one of their own under the bus at the first sign of smoke, but don't try to leave him on some innocent progressive's door step.
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    The bar was dark, the hour was late and the lady was drunk. What other explanation can there possibly be for ANY woman willingly sleeping with that gargoyle?
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    Maybe he could get together with Todd Akin & Richard Mourdock & start a Republicans Who Will Never Get Laid Again Club...
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    "Well here we go again...." Yet another "holier-than-thou".. ."republican"...has been elected to office..Just another guy, who will preach down to us---about our "moral character" and then try to pass his personal views along to the rest of us in the form of more republican extreme freedom-stealing laws....Like, abortion, like healthcare....And this guy, like so many other republicans can not even live up to his own professional rules of decorum---he has to sleep with his patients...support ex wife's abortions---(plural) and then, now watch this...he will turn around and try to tell us how we should be living our lives...Unbelievable.
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    Have you ever noticed how many Republican physicians go into politics? Just wondering. The abortions were ultimately decisions made by the wife, but if he supported her choices, wouldn't that prevent him from running as a Republican; that (anti-choice) being a permanent plank in their party platform? What about his slutty, whore (Republican terminology for women) patients and co-workers whom he slept with? Would he deny them contraception through their insurance (or Obamacare) in his role as Congressman? Sonny, I do not think this guy's lifestyle is unbelievable. It sounds all too familiar...just plain old Republican hypocrisy.
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    @Catty I absolutely agree with you 100%...And--- it really makes me mad, that these people look down their noses at---everybody who is not one of them...(which, at this point) is most of America....
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    @Catty He'd make a great Democrat though. And I am sick and tired of you and your ilk saying that all republicans are anti-choice. The vast majority could care less if you and your ilk abort each and every child you conceive. We just don't care. But, I am sick and tired of this tired old inflammatory rhetoric from all of you. Geeze, do you get booklets with the set insults you are to heap on each and every conservative in the world? Really, do all of you paint with such a broad brush? Should I also say that Teddy murdering his pregnant mistress is just like all of you and that each and every democrat husband is a serial cheater on his wife? Or do all of you just sleep around without a thought?
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    @Sonny ROTFLMAO on this one, who's looking down their collective noses at everyone who is not one if them? Dems. Progressives. Just look at the posts you and your ilk have posted here. There you and your fellow progressives are, up on your high and mighty mountain just ready to paint half the country with each and every slander the DNC feeds you. God, no wonder progressives are so ugly, their personalities show on their faces.
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  • #36
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    Really? I have traditional values as do my entire family and I take great offense at your statement. Surely you didn't mean to insult more than half the people on this site, or in the usual angry liberal way did you?
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    @Tralee You should take that up w/ the hypocrites then, not w/ the observer. If you are not one you should be offended by them, not by me.
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    @Tralee Would it surprise you to know that most liberals have what you call traditional values. We have husbands and wives and love our kids and work hard and want a better life for them. We pay our taxes and worry about the economy and war and the same things that you do. We just think that the democrats are far better qualified to run the country than the loons of the GOP.
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    It makes him a hypocrite and a poor physician. Which is likely why he ran for office instead of staying in Medicine. Humans seek out their own kind.
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    And republicans seek their own kind. This guy is a poster boy for today's GOP. It is good to keep a few of them around to remind America what the GOP is all about.
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    @PNWest This may be the most slanderous and vile remarks made on this site. Really? This piece of slime is the poster boy for ME? You guys and your silly faux outrage about anything conservative are ludicrous. Blanket statements like yours make anything you say totally irrelevant. Why are liberals always so angry and vile?
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    @Tralee I have no outrage about this faux or otherwise. I didn't want the guy to win. He's one of yours - The R after his name stands for Republican. Your party put him up and Akin and Mourdock and Santorum and Bachmann and Palin...... And I am neither angry nor vile. Hopefully you see the irony in your last two sentences where you put me down for blanket statements and the follow it by asking why liberals are ALWAYS so angry and vile. Pot meet kettle. If I lived in your part of the world I'd probably head down to Longwood Gardens and see if they have the Christmas stuff up yet. Longwood Gardens is one of my favorite places. Check it out if you haven't already.
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    What amazes me are the number of commenters on this thread actually willing to defend this man with rationalizations like "it was a long time ago" and "it was her choice" and "they were consenting adults" and so forth. Admit it: if this guy were a Democrat instead of a Republican, y'all would be calling him a sick, twisted, adulterous baby killer, and a typical liberal hypocrite. But if anyone left-leaning or independent calls him a hypocrite, we're being hateful and mean. Double standard, indeed.
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    He's not a very nice person, that said, maybe he just "Evolved" sorta like Obama did on gay marriage. Oh, forgot, only the left can change their mind about an issue and not get grief about it. Sorry guys, I forgot the double standard so prevalent with the left. LOL - really, who gives a rats patootie what his wife did a decade or more ago? Seems to me that's a personal decision. Right?
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    It's not a "personal decision" if you campaign for public office as being against what you have done without admitting that you have done that exact same thing. It's not the dems who claim the moral high ground. It's the right wing bible belt and this man is most certainly in the right wing bible belt elected by right wing Christians.
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    @jessejaymes Perhaps he evolved, perhaps his pre-wife's aborting two of his children had an affect on him, who knows. Or, perhaps he's just selfish and doesn't want to take responsibility for his actions. I don't know. After getting his pre-wife pregnant twice someone should have had a talk about contraception with him and with her. It's not like there wasn't anything they could do to prevent an unwanted pregnancy. Personally, I don't find anything about him nice or worthy, but to take his actions and morph them into the usual progressive meme of denigrating the conservatives stance on family values, they are after all a good thing to try for, and labeling all of us as "right wing bible belt" wacko's, is slightly off putting. Why would anyone color an entire group of people on the actions of one or a few? Where is the fairness in that? That conservatives take a stance on family values can't be a bad thing, right? That a very small minority of us fail is sad, but hardly the big stick to beat all of us with. To do that is unfair. WE at least try, it's all any of us can do and that most of us succeed should be commended not denigrated. After all, I have to assume that progressives too have some family values even though so many of them also fail.
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    @Tralee Get back to me when your party starts throwing these kind of people out of office. I left the GOP after around 40 years. I can't stand the hypocrisy any longer. I find the fact that these kind of people in the "moral party" are returned to office time after time to be a much larger indication than a small minority. And for you to claim he's "evolved like Obama" simply tells me you're not willing to take responsibility for your own bad people. Always someone worse to point out eh? I never cheated on a woman in my more than 60 years. I didn't accept it from Clinton and I'm not accepting excuses from the Bible Belt.
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    @jessejaymes How can they throw them out of office? As to his evolving, gee, do you not see sarcasm when it jumps up and bites you on the nose? That was the line when Obama changed his mind, he evolved. When Romney grew and changed his mind he was a "flip flopper". Only the voting public can get them out of office, just look at the man (sorry can't remember his name, something Atkin or something like that) who made the extremely stupid rape comment. The RNC did everything they could to get rid of him, denied him money or support, but he stayed. Do you honestly think any reasonable person wanted his face on the party? Or that other guy, last name starts with an M, who also made stupid comments about rape. No one wanted them around but the voters apparently did. Those two lost us two easily won senate seats. I mean, come on, I know it's old news, but where was the push to get Teddy out of the party after he drowned Mary Jo? And Clinton? Being the wife of an ethical attorney, perhaps I hold a stronger view, but for an attorney to commit perjury is just unthinkable, really, totally unacceptable, even if it was only sex. It was the lying under oath that caused him to lose his law license, something attorneys take very seriously. You guys elevated him to the top of the party! See, one man's good is anothers bad.The general public can only do so much as the RNC can only do so much. If they keep getting elected then they obviously appeal to some. That you don't agree is your choice. I could no more embrace the dem. party of tax and spend and freebies and no aggression toward our enemies and the Nanny State, than I could fly. Does the R party have a few quirks, of course, we are a very varied group of people with lots of different ideals, we all hold some few in common. We have to work around that. The D party is more one note, all of you either march in lockstep or else. We see that all the time by the way you treat your own who step out of the party line. I just can't be that conformist. I like having my own opinions, being valued for them and having the freedom to freely express them, be they counter to some of the others.
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    @Tralee In the words of Ronald Reagan, there you go again. Obama claimed to have evolved on Gay Marriage over a period of three years (I don't agree with him.) Romney "evolved" by the day. He spent more time walking back comments than he did walking his dog. And where was the push to get Clinton out of office. You have got to be joking. Impeaching a man for something that was none of our business and should never been asked and for which, since it was and did come out, I never supported again. You really need to work on your bias man. I can't stand religion politics and I work to my dying day within the Libertarian party and every avenue possible to take tax exempt status away from religion that meddles in politics. The greatest danger facing America in my opinion is the Far right "Christian Taliban".
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    Him and 533 others as well. Ron Paul is already leaving. I hope when I grow up someone will buy and sell my sorry rear end, bring me lots metal suitcases full of money and fund my elections. Two or three hotties, preferably Israelis, would be nice on the side as well. They'll rat me out to the feds and Mossad but I'll need at least 3. That way I can keep running in circles, trying to figure out what I am really up to...which will mostly be surfing youtube videos. Ahhhh....to be a Congressman...
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  • #63
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    I'm going to stay impartial here.
    Both parties have their share of hypocrites, pond scum, etc.
    But it just seems that it's usually the Republicans who are either arrogant or stupid enough to get caught!
    Am I wrong, peeps!? Show of hands now, c'mon..........
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    It should come as no surprise to anyone that Washington DC has more human trafficking rackets than any other place in the country. Total Debauchery... Total Despotism... I'm sick of scandals... they happen so often, they aren't even scandalous anymore... they are entertainment... sick sick sick
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