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malfeasance in our Republic

Discussion in 'Activism' started by James T Thomas, Sep 1, 2007.

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  1. James T Thomas

    James T Thomas Member

    Sep 15, 2005
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Does the resignation of Senator L. Craig; ID, seem just a little too compliant and quiet to you?

    I mean, if any other Senator, in particular a Democratic one, were accused of "lewd conduct," would they be rolling over and resigning without a fight, denial, counter accusations, cries of being framed, etc.

    I remember when the Chief Executive of our nation was accused of a far worse crime, and he went before the public on national TV to deny it. And boy, the rallying of all the defenders behind him.

    Now I see men of Craig's own party immediately demanding he resign.
    Doesn't it seem even a little stange?

    And after all, with "gay" marriage being proded for in all of our states for law, and with "hate laws" enacted to safeguard gay activity and expression; how then is this man out the door in a week or so? Remember, for "lewd conduct."
    Isn't there something out of the ordinary here?

    Remember the stolen Presidential Election? Where are the alarmists now, when shady political activity is removing one conservative Republican congressman after another, after another. Stolen election is turning into legislative usurpation.
    What on earth is going on?

    In PA, we had an extremely popular Rep. Lt. Gov./ Gov. named Mark Schweiker who was a shoe in to replace Tom Ridge. Then, abruptly, this man dissapears off of the PA map!
    Out of nowhere comes Democrat, and pro gambling, Ed Rendell, and miraculously he is swept into office.
    Guess what job the sure bet Mark Schweiker ended up getting?

    Which leads me to watch and wonder what luctrative CEO, or equivalent position old Larry Craig will fall into.
    Something is rotten in the state of ID or is it VA, D.C., or.. .
  2. everallm

    everallm Member

    Jun 6, 2007
    Ahh we have travelled so for from Senator Edwards and the comment

    "The only way I can lose this election is if I'm caught in bed with either a dead girl or a live boy"
  3. SaMx

    SaMx Member

    Jan 5, 2007
    back and forth between PA and VA
    not gun related
    DEFINITELY not activism related

    anyway, the Republican party demanded he resign because he was gay.
    Vitter was caught hiring prostitutes and he got a standing ovation because he admitted it.
  4. XavierBreath

    XavierBreath Member

    Jan 6, 2003
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