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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by mocgator, Jul 29, 2013.
Where are our friends from the National Organization of Women??...
crickets. NOW is like the "Race Baiting Rent a Riot Reverends"....only will protest if it is a "bankable" event. #1 Must be a Pub. #2 Must be a conservative.
keep in mind who funds these bra burners....white left libbies too stupid to know they are being used.
They only attack conservative - sexual harrassers.
yo OP---maybe you'd have credence if GOP gov/politicians weren't trying to force medical procedures on women against their will.
BTW---what percent of GOP pols voted for equal pay for equal work legislation?
BTW---cons would have much more credibility if cons weren't supportive of Ted Nugent buying an underage girl from the girl's parents so he could adopt the underage girl and have sex with her.
BTW---what's next for GOP--legalizing rape so they can then use the term "legitimate rape"?
BTW op...do you really want me to post pics of GOP politicians who had affairs, and host of other acts either done via legislation or by they themselves against women...guarantee the list would be as many, but probably more than any list you care to dream up consisting of dems/libs.
At least when a GOP national figure (man) has an affair, it is a. 99% of the time, with a woman. b. The national GOP quickly gets rid of them.
Can you say the same about the Dems, the party of Barney Frank?
Why does it matter if it is with a woman? Is that better for some reason? BTW, using your "math," and considering that in the past decade, there have been 2 Republicans found with males (Foley and Craig), that would mean they have had 200 scandals. Wow!
Interestingly, I think this is more than the men in the Democratic Party who have had a sex scandal with a man. So your point is really off the mark.
As to your second point, so the national GOP gets rid of them? Perhaps you should tell this to Senator (and probably soon to be Governor) David Vitter, Former Governor and now US Rep Mark Sanford, Speaker of the House and eventual major Presidential nomination figure Newt Gingrich, and US Rep Desjarlais, who had multiple affairs and covered them up by pushing his mistress to have an abortion. They don't seem to have gotten the memo that the national party has gotten rid of them. Neither do the Republican voters, as each of them has been reelected since their sex scandal.
Indeed, it doesn't make much sense to claim that infidelity is limited to one party.
The Dems are at war with all women that are or might get married to a man. :whistle:
Hardly. David Vitter. Mark Sanford. Dan Burton ....
It is not off the mark. It struck a nerve. The dirtbag democratic party panders to these types. Everyone knows the democratic party outwardly embraces gays therefore they and their allies in the media say nothing when a demo is caught in a "gay affair" and we know they say nothing and do nothing when the head of their party and POTUS is caught with his pants down in the oval office.
And what was the Republican party response to each of these? Did they receive funding from any "National" Republican Party groups. Hell no they did not. Can the same be said about the hundreds of dirtbag, sleazeball democrats? Hell NO. Your fricking standard bearer and POTUS embarrassed the office, humiliated his wife, destroyed the lives of multiple women and you guys parade him around like he's Jesus Christ.
Which Senator or Rep. has been caught in a "gay affair" as opposed to just being gay and having the nerve to be in a relationship? The only major leader I can think of was McGreevy, who immediately resigned.
Hell yes they did.
From just the "National" Republican Senate Committee:
$42,600 from the NRSC to Vitter in 2010, $35,000 in 2004. Both after major sex scandals, in which he humiliated his wife by having sex with prostitutes.
In addition, over $500,000 for him indirectly from the NRSC in 2004. That doesn't even include the over $1 million spent to attack his opponent. Again after having been exposed as a frequent customer of prostitutes.
Get your facts correct before posting.
You ought to get your facts straight. Typical libbie slant...you are so transparent.
"In 2004, Vitter ran to replace Democrat John Breaux in the U.S. Senate. Former state Senator Daniel Wesley Richey, a Baton Rouge political consultant, directed Vitter's grassroots organization in the race, with assistance from Richey's longtime ally, former state Representative Louis E. "Woody" Jenkins of Baton Rouge, himself a defeated U.S. Senate candidate in 1978, 1980, and 1996.
During the campaign, Vitter was accused by a member of the Louisiana Republican State Central Committee of having had a lengthy affair with a prostitute in New Orleans. Vitter responded that the allegation was "absolutely and completely untrue" and that it was "just crass Louisiana politics.""
So he was funded for 2004 long before he admitted or had any other allegations against him.
As for 2010, you should have scrolled down....here is what you should have read
METHODOLOGY: The numbers on this page are based on contributions from PACs, Levin money donors, and individuals giving $200 or more, as reported to the Federal Election Commission.
NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2010 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released on February 04, 2013.
You ought to get your facts straight. What PACs do has nothing to do with the RNC.
That disclaimer is for the list of contributions and is found on the bottom of each page. That particular page gives the amount contributed by the NRSC directly to each candidate. The NRSC hands out money to each of their candidates directly. It is the official campaign committee for Senate Republicans.
As for 2002, the alleged prostitute issue had plenty of evidence behind it. It was enough that he had to drop out of the Governor's race as part of his "marriage counseling." The Republican Party chose to conveniently ignore this when it benefited them, as would be expected for a political party, in 2004 (after the initial allegations had some time to die down a bit) and again in 2010, after he had even confirmed the many allegations.
Sorry to disturb the nice little world you built for yourself, but it is not based upon actual facts.
Bubba Clinton's campaign bailed out NOW in CA after Lewinsky's story broke. So of course NOW in CA didn't say anything. I guess they cashed the check.
Sorry to disturb the nice little lefty libbie world for yourself that the rest of us most likely paid for but....the NRSC is a PAC. They are not affiliated with the RNC. The RNC does not control them nor tell them who to donate their funds to.
And the fact is, that Republicans locally, statewide and Nationally are held to a far higher standard by the media, the RNC and by voters than democrats. Read Killing Kennedy. The media sleazeballs were covering for his sorry ass in the 60s and the beat goes on.
So, in your opinion the National Republican Senatorial Committee is not, in your words , a "National" Republican Party group?
Frankly as a woman....I don't trust any politician. I go in thinking they're probably like most men - will try to get some on the side as often as possible. The difference is that since they're in the public eye, they get exposed more often.
NOW, where the problem comes in is when they sit there (AND I MEAN BOTH SIDES) parading their families, talking about how they're "family men", about how much they love their wives, judging the behavior of others, and THEN they're caught with their pants down. Literally.
Here's my take on the Weiner issue. He repeatedly said it was done, he was never doing that again, he was a changed man, etc. He lied repeatedly which goes to credibility. That's all this ties into.
Whereas some of the other Dems and Pubs who have affairs and admit to them, say they're sorry and move on, at least you see them as humans making mistakes and learning from them.
I don't find this a war against women at all. I'm betting the numbers are no worse than in the past - it's just everything is out there in social media land.