Like Moths To A Flame And The Assembly Of Hypocrites

September 29, 2006

The moral outrage of the authors of AMERICAblog and Firedoglake, among other assorted morons that are writing about Mark Foley’s resignation from Congress is laughable. Like moths to a flame, some leftists cannot help but be drawn to hypocrisy.

Their stupidity is a given. You can’t be select in claiming the moral high ground.

In 1973, Gerry Studds, the Democrat representative from Massachusetts, engaged in sex with a male Congressional page.

In 1990, Steve Gobie was found to be running a prostitution business from Massachussetts Demiocrat Congressman Barney Franks apartment.

Robert Byrd, former Klan Kleagle (‘The Klan wasn’t so bad, really’), is a revered (if somewhat confused) Democrat and Teddy Kennedy (‘I forgot to call the police but I did remember to call my family, lawyers, the state Democrat machine leaders and  Kennedy PR person) can’t seem to put teh strange death of Mary Jo Kopechne  behind him.

No word from the hypocrites yet- and don’t expect any. They’ve been busted and now they will go away and find some more hypocrisy and deceit to play with.

The hypocrisy is OK- after all, they mean well.

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5 Responses to “Like Moths To A Flame And The Assembly Of Hypocrites”

  1. MaxedOutMama Says:

    Yeah, but it still doesn’t make it better. The general dissatisfaction with Congress is hardly going to improve over this one.

    On the other hand, Foley has now singlehandedly put the word “perversion” back into the American vocabulary, which IMO is a good thing.


  2. Leftests? I don’t know what criticism of homosexual pedophilia by a political figure in the public trust has to do with communists.

  3. SC&A Says:

    Yes/ I ws referring the leftists that referred to Foley’s behavior as ‘GOP Family Values.’

    I’m surprised that escaped you.


  4. [...] Reality has never been the strong suit of extremist political ideologues of any stripe. As we have noted, Their stupidity is a given. You can’t be select in claiming the moral high ground. In 1973, Gerry Studds, the Democrat representative from Massachusetts, engaged in sex with a male Congressional page. [...]

  5. Ken Says:

    The hypocrisy is OK- after all, they mean well.

    And “Ees Party Line, Comrades.”


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