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  1. RunninOnEmpty

    RunninOnEmpty said, over 4 years ago

    It’s OK for Vitter (though HE actually broke the law in his immorality), because he’s a family values Republican who points the finger at others.

  2. ChukLitl

    ChukLitl GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    Everyone lies about sex. If you can’t catch them at anything, ask about sex, then bust them for perjury.

  3. RussellNash

    RussellNash said, over 4 years ago

    If we wouldn’t kick out the CEO of a company, we have stock in, for doing something; why should we kick out a politician? The guys are hired to run the government, not to be good husbands.

  4. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    They swish, they stray, they sway, and always say “Don’t go that way!”. Of course in the “don’t ask, don’t tell” world, it’s only when the opposition liberal screws up that the screws in the press get tightened. Oh, yes, that “oh so liberal press”, owned by the biggest corporations in the world, never swaying the reportage to the right, “fair and balanced”, well, with a flair for the right, and the uptight, as long as their own aren’t caught in the night, or light of day, pants around their angles, taking a “wide stance” on the issue, or telling their wife who’s on the plug, they’re pulling the plug. Ah, noble nights of “Cramalot”, how may we bend to accommodate thy pachydermal package of joy and frivolity, so the world will not see the truth of your circumscribed logic, and tool, so firm, so fully packed, with the same old, “clap”!

  5. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, over 4 years ago

    The US President is elected by the people, so everything he does is the will of the people and is therefore the Law.
    President Clinton’s administration prosecuted CEOs for having sex with interns if the intern’s father protested, even if the intern agreed, since the CEO has an obligation not to have sex with interns. Of course, as President, Clinton re-defined sex, so nothing the President does is sex, not even with Hillary, so he never did anything wrong. The House indicted him, but the Senate, by a huge majority, said Clinton was absolutely right, he was completely innocent, he had done nothing wrong: he neither lied under oath nor had sex with an intern. (Similarly, Bush, Jr. re-defined torture: if a US Citizen working as an agent of the US kills some Pakis and they make him sit in an uncomfortable chair while being questioned, that’s torture and illegal under international law; if the US president authorises the rack, the thumbscrew, electrodes to the genitals, or the Chinese Water Interrogation, those are all perfectly legal interrogation techniques under US law and so a fortiori under international law, so President Obama is upholding the highest ideals while effectively addressing terror using the same enhanced interrogation—NOT torture—as the Bush, Jr. administration).
    But Weiner is not President, so a different set of rules apply, rules enforced exactly as they should have been.
    Whatever the US government does is 110% right.
    My country right or right, since the US government is always right.

  6. pirate227

    pirate227 said, over 4 years ago

    Let’s hear it for the GOP taking hypocrisy to a whole other level.

  7. Simon_Jester

    Simon_Jester said, over 4 years ago

    What, you’re NOT gonna invite John Ensign, Repubs?

    Tch, tch….and after you gave him that standing ovation, too.

    Oh, and there’s nothing illegal for ANYONE about havind sex with an intern Mikey…not as long as it’s consensual and said intern is not under age. Clinton didn’t break the law when he had an affair with Monica Lewisnsky. He was impeached for allegedly lying about it under oath…an oath he should never have been put under in the first place.

    What Weiner did wasn’t illegal either. I still wanted him to go for lying and trying to cover his actions…but he still didn’t break any law.

    Unlike John Ensign, who forced his aide to have sex with him on pain of losing her job if she refused..and then tried to pay hush money to cover it up.

    That IS illegal.

  8. Sr NONliberal

    Sr NONliberal said, over 4 years ago

    why are you blaming the GOP? it was the Pres and Nancy that made Rep W. quit.
    As for Pres Clinton, I agree with Jester in that he lied under oath. What I don’t agree with is that he was put under oath because he was starting to go down the road of Pres Nixon and shredding docs, and terrorizing common citizens…
    But all of this is a side show to the real issues that affect us.

  9. Sr NONliberal

    Sr NONliberal said, over 4 years ago


    Not just GOP…the hypocrisy of Timothy Geithner’s tax evasion? Pres Obama’s hypocrisy?
    Nancy Pelosi…
    wow, we can go on and on and on …that is why it is a mistake to let the government control our lives…power makes it CORRUPT.

  10. Sr NONliberal

    Sr NONliberal said, over 4 years ago


    lol…I liked this one dtrout! it reminds me of being on a beach where frontal nudity was so regular, no one really cared..Then 3 weeks later, on a beach in the States, a topless girl got too much attention.
    all the while, the real issues get put on hold.

  11. Simon_Jester

    Simon_Jester said, over 4 years ago

    @Sr NONliberal

    Explain to me how lying about a sexual affair translates into shredding documents and terrorizing common citizens.

    Clinton was put under oath as part of the Whitewater investigation. What did his affair with Monica have to do with with a land deal that allegedly took place long before he was even President?

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