Oct 26, 2006

Is Sex The GOP's Achilles Leg..?

"Like the perv (Jim Gibbons) was like totally all over me. Gag me with a spoon!"

Question of the month: Do GOP family values create sexual predators or are sexual predators attracted to GOP family values or is GOP morality talk just too damn cheap?

Nice nails! Chrissy, why didn't you give him a little CSI Las Vegas cat DNA scratch fever for the cameras and lab? ;)

71 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Question of the month: Do family values create sexual predators or are sexual predators attracted to family values or is GOP morality talk just too damn cheap?


You have to be kidding with this ?

5:33 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Anon looks like that statement is looking like the truth. Notice how many GOP family values/moral elected leaders are doing the opposite. Now I know the GOP wants Americans to forget that fingers Foley was abusing kids for many years while serving in Congress. It's ok if a Republican commits sin/lies/cheats just don't let anyone else do it or their fired. Now that the news is world wide I bet the other countries are laughing at the so called born again christian and his family values/morals GOP. Let's see a President has an affair with a woman he should be impeached. A born again President with family values/morals has his girlfriend live with him, gives her a job as Secretary of State, steals taxpayers money, invades and kills thousands of innocent woman/children, lies and his our troops killed like flies, brings distrust and disrespect to the United States, breaks 721 laws, bring back racism and the list goes on yet nothing is done. Well now we know the values/morals of the new America. Say one thing do the other.

5:51 PM  
Anonymous Maf54 said...

Gomer, I think it is tongue in cheek.

More importantly, do you think my tongue is sexy?

5:52 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Roll Call Provides 109th Congress Scandal Scorecard
By Justin Rood - October 26, 2006, 3:54 PM

Click Source

With so many congressional scandals out there, who can keep track? Thanks to the good people at Roll Call newspaper, you can! They've created a handy-dandy chart listing 17 of 18 known federal investigations into members of the 109th Congress. (They forgot Rep. Katherine Harris (R-FL), who's received subpoenas for information. Some of her former staffers have also been interviewed by the FBI.)

The Corruption Scorecard ZOOM

5:57 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Fitz,

quote:
"Like the perv (Jim Gibbons) was like totally all over me. Gag me with a spoon!"

LOL*) hee hee hee..

She should've scratched him... ;)

6:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look at the actual question in three parts as I have.

The first two parts are absolutely ridiculous in the context of which they are asked.

The third part I agree, however, all parties have moral issues sometime or other.

6:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's all about choices in life!

GOP= Gross Old Perverts

6:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

DP you're generalising, you cannot do that.

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Dawn Gibbons said...

My bad. I take full responsibilty for Jim. You see I transposed "act like a lady in public, but be a whore in bed." :D

6:11 PM  
Anonymous Jessica Cutler said...

I am switching parties. The GOP is too icky and sleazy for me!

6:12 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Question of the month: Do GOP family values create sexual predators or are sexual predators attracted to GOP family values or is GOP morality talk just too damn cheap?

Occam's Razor...Damn cheap!!!

6:13 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Couric just interviewed Michael J. Fox and his symptoms were worse today then the commercial because of a bad day. She is still interviewing him or you can watch it on CBS website.

Rush Limpbaugh or however you spell the ass's name should be ashamed of himself. You want to know what a lot of people think about him. We think he is a pedophile that goes out of the country and pays the masters that hold the poor kids for sex. And no one has that much physical pain and I do know that for a fact..to use 1/100 of the prescription meds as that bastard. He made it hard for people that do deal with chronic pain issues and do take their medicine wisely as prescribed or less. He's foul and shrill. He gets a slap on the wrist where anyone else would have been sent away. JMO.

Anytime ole Rush wants to know what real pain feels like, maybe he should ask the people that actually have it. Better yet, he should visit an Iraqi hospital or one of our soldiers wounded in Iraq. He hasn't been to entertain them, has he? Or maybe, he could spend a day with Michael when the cramps start.

6:15 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Chimpcoulter,

Actually Occam's Razor is more primal..

It's an image thing CC, everyone likes and wants to be seen with a Winner...

However the great majority NOW knows that the GOP don't mean what they say..Just look at what they do that counts..

Now that the GOPs are heavy in scandals and are out of touch Losers with the American people it will mean that alot of superficial folks will be changing parties on the quick in order to be seen with the new Winners...

6:20 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Teak,

Don't respond to neoconjob Primates...

That's what they want...

6:23 PM  
Blogger t said...

Yup, they value a couple of things- $$ and illicit sex-

Too busy pointing the finger at everyone else so they can deflect-think Foley and pervert predator laws!

6:24 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I read this and had to share.
This is from Dick Cheney who never served in the US military but got 5 deferments.

Vice President Dick Cheney has confirmed that U.S. interrogators subjected captured senior al Qaeda suspects to a controversial interrogation technique called ''water-boarding,'' which creates a sensation of drowning.

Now that's coming from a man who is a coward. I notice all three of the idiots never saw combat but are running this invasion like a video game. Our troops are allowed to lie because these three are cowards and want to play war games. Let's hope the new Administration can dismantle the torture bill before any of our troops get kidnapped and are tortured with the Bush bill.

6:29 PM  
Anonymous dr ruth said...

maf54

vhy yes, I do think you have a lovely tongue

Let's try experiment

6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to run...phone conferences

bbl..

behave yourself GEF! :)

6:33 PM  
Anonymous Maf54 said...

Doc, I like to put my tongue between the cheeks of 16 year old pages. Am I normal?

6:35 PM  
Blogger teak said...

http://www.uschamberads.com/ct/
default.htm

http://www.oldamericancentury.org/

I don't what this ad says because I can never get that kind of video to work. The point was the Chamber is apparently paying for Joe's ads. Don't know if this allowed or what.

6:36 PM  
Anonymous dr ruth said...

no maf54 that is highly unusual behavior in grown man

you require help, I don't take on dis kinds no mo

6:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Grow up Global Evil Idiot.

Maybe a civilised debate is out of your league.

My way or the highway no doubt.

7:05 PM  
Blogger teak said...

http://enews.earthlink.net/article/
top?guid=20061026/454032c0_3ca6_
1552620061026979097255

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. - Los Alamos National Laboratory expects researchers from around the world to use its new facility for high magnetic field science.

After 10 years of work, lab officials announced Tuesday that the world's most powerful pulsed, non-destructive magnet is ready for use at 85 tesla. A tesla, a measuring unit for magnetic fields, takes its name from Nikola Tesla, a Serbian-American whose inventions formed the foundation of our alternating current system.

Researchers can combine very low temperatures with a powerful magnetic field to examine materials at a nanometer scale, a billionth of a meter. Expected applications include studying large organic molecules, such as drugs.

Oh, they haven't been doing this before? Google and youtube have had very interesting videos posted on this topic. People are talking about this. What does it do to the human body and brain? What does it do to the ozone? In the videos, one can see the government official sputter and stutter with double-speak.

The article didn't state when they would start testing, hmmm. Wonder if this is a microwave type weapon? Cover your privates up, guys. The cell phone story made me think of HAARP and now this.

7:07 PM  
Blogger teak said...

http://www.earthpulse.com/src/
subcategory.asp?catid=1&subcatid=4

The program discussed some of the effects of these new weapons which included disorientation and "flu-like symptoms".

7:14 PM  
Blogger teak said...

http://www.cuttingedge.org/
News/n1345.cfm

Bushie secret weapon for getting out or should we say keeping out the vote?

7:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WGN's Skilling ruled a distraction

The Associated Press
Published October 26, 2006, 5:51 AM CDT

It was a week of court appearances for the Skilling brothers.

But while one was being sentenced for his role in the Enron collapse in Texas, another was being excused from jury duty in Chicago.

WGN chief meteorologist Tom Skilling reported for jury duty yesterday at the Cook County Criminal Courthouse.

Defense attorneys eventually excused him, saying he'd be a distraction in the case.

But that wasn't before the judge and attorneys quizzed Skilling about his brother Jeffrey's legal troubles, the impact on the Skilling family and, of course, the weather.

When asked by the judge for a forecast for Friday, Skilling quipped, "We've got a storm coming."

As he left the courtroom, other prospective jurors rallied around him, wishing the best to his family.

7:30 PM  
Blogger t said...

Rummy Drafts Superheros

7:31 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

tee,

Man that's desperate...

But not even Superheroes can bridge the gap of those who don't want our American troops embroiled in a Vietnam like Civil War...

7:40 PM  
Anonymous bluedogs said...

t: Remember the story about Falcon Base in Iraq being blown up? Go to HUffpo, on the RFK jr. story and on the 5th page of the comments half way down under the name of Oliva, she has linked to a soldiers tape of the explosion. It's HUGE. Check it out and send to everyone you know. Bush is lying again about this. The source that I found said that over 300 military were killed in that one explosion
The site also listed all their names.

7:48 PM  
Anonymous bluedogs said...

teak:
I'm surprised she had the moral clarity to do the interview, she's such a tool.
Oh, I forgot, her ratings are #3. (slap to the forhead) that's why she's doing the interview!

7:52 PM  
Anonymous bluedogs said...

By the way, who's the bimbo in the picture with the plastic talons? I guess I'm out of the GOP loop (thank God)

7:54 PM  
Blogger t said...

Thanks bluedog, I'll send that out to my contacts
I saw about half the footage and had to shut it off- I knew there was no way did people not get hurt-the soldiers familiar with it said the same. Bullets just fly in that sort of situation and it was a mortar attack, not just a fire.

Geffy, you're right-if I could pilot a plane, I'd go get them myself;-)
(with plenty of help from military family members)

8:07 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

bluedog, Couric said her father has the disease. I remember Rush was one of first ones that got to speak in her "free speech" segments. Hannity got his time the other night. Barf.

The MSM along with the shrills disgrace our troops and innocent Iraqis by not reporting the truth.

And now this:

WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Thursday that anyone demanding deadlines for progress in Iraq should "just back off," because it is too difficult to predict when Iraqis will resume control of their country.

During an often-combative Pentagon news conference, Rumsfeld said that while benchmarks for security, political and economic progress are valuable, "it's difficult. We're looking out into the future. No one can predict the future with absolute certainty."

http://enews.earthlink.net/article/
top?guid=20061026/454032c0_3ca6_
1552620061026837211448

8:30 PM  
Blogger t said...

"just back off," because it is too difficult to predict when Iraqis will resume control of their country?

Rummy you'll give in on ending this war before military families do!

8:42 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Ok

Time to do the 12 Day Dance..

Twelve Days to Boogie Woogie

8:55 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

CNN Video:
Exactly Who Are We Fighting In Iraq?


Who knows..Just shoot and kill everything that moves...

8:59 PM  
Blogger t said...

Gef,

That Boogie Woogie w/Bette was great-I need to get a hat like hers and the tail too hehe

12 days of Fitzmas heehee More than a tiny Scooter, please Santa Fitz!

9:07 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Tee,

quote:
That Boogie Woogie w/Bette was great-I need to get a hat like hers and the tail too hehe

You dress like that and I'll trick or treat at your house every day...

hee hee hee..

9:12 PM  
Blogger t said...

Go Fitz!

Memory expert taken to task in Libby hearing

Fitzgerald's blistering, nearly three-hour, questioning of Loftus caused her to admit that some of her own findings about what juries know about memory were faulty and that some of her own research may have been flawed.

9:14 PM  
Blogger t said...

Geffy,


I do dress like that for some political parties I attend! 1940's type style. Not the tail-not yet anyway hehe

I have quite a hat selection- think my blogger name- don't ask me why but the boys do seem to like it-even if its from a different time;-)

9:20 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

"The program discussed some of the effects of these new weapons which included disorientation and "flu-like symptoms"."

Hey Teak! I'm getting disoriented and flu-like symptoms from watching all the negative campaign ads.
;-)
Time to keep the TV off until November 8th.

9:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, when a Republican "cowboy" yanks his boots on and yells,
"Cowboy Up!" that should offer a clue to other family members that it's family "value" sharing night and incest is first on the menu. Sick thought, but probably occurs more often than not in those rigid, God-fearing, evildoer tight-knit families.

9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12 days until we take our country back!! Yeah! That is something to celebrate!! I can't wait to get those rotten GOP scumbags out of office! LOL

GEF:
I liked that Boogie Woogie song! :)

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz:

Who are you going to indict next? Who is on the list now for Fitzie?
Hmmmm...

9:45 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

WTG Fitzie...Dr. Loftus sounds confused, and just possibly memory-impaired...LOL

12 more days...throw out the rotten eggs...

I have to go back to the Cards & Tigers game...

Good night JBs

9:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Goodnight CC! :)

10:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final posting for the evening. A comment that I made on NBC Nightly news about the Gerbil's interview with Maria Bartoromo. Here was my comment word for word:

It makes me feel like an English scholar every time Bush speaks. This tell you how clueless this President is from this latest interview with Maria. I just hope "the internets," "the Korean peninshula," "the Google," "Global Warming is warming the globe," are not in the next version of Websters dictionary. Maybe, the word "Bushisms" will make that cut. It is an absolutely embarrassment to hear that interview from an unpolished President that stresses on the No Child Left Behind. Brian, please do not slip into the Bushspeak foreign language on your show and say "NBC Nightlys News!"
SP Biloxi (Sent Oct 26, 2006 5:45:34 PM)


*lol*

Have a safe and wonderful weekend, folks! I am out of town for a few days. Good night! Biloxi out!

10:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a great weekend SPB! :)

10:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Someone needs to indict Rush Limbaugh and get this dirty jerk off the air!

LIMBAUGH'S ASSAULT ON MICHAEL J. FOX…

10:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look out-Here it comes.


http://kstp.com/article
/stories/S19622.html?cat=1
Minnesota truckers have run out of gas
Hausladen said the shortages were brought on by increased demand by farm equipment during the harvest, the ongoing transition to ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel and a changing mix of products coming out of refineries.

"They will eventually get fuel," he said of the tight markets. "Shortages like this do happen with regularity, year by year."

10:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://rawstory.com/showarticle.php?
src=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cbsnews.com%2
Fstories%2F2006%2F10%2F26%2Fpolitics%2
Fmain2125324.shtml

(CBS/AP) A protégé of White House political guru Karl Rove produced the controversial Republican National Committee ad targeting Tennessee Democratic Senate candidate Rep. Harold Ford Jr., that some have called racist, CBS News has learned.

The ad, in which a white woman with blonde hair and bare shoulders looks into the camera and whispers, "Harold, call me," and then winks, was produced by Scott Howell, the former political director for Rove's consulting firm in Texas.

http://www.thenation.com/doc/
20051107/blumenthal

Perhaps the real campaigns should be done against the ad directors such this Powell and Rove. Dig into Rove's life, what goes around comes around. Think KKKarl Rove has skeletons bent over in his closets?

11:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The end to this kind of thing is campaign finance reform (limiting what a candidate can spend) and term limits for congress.

Hell, throw them all out and we'll just phone it all in.

Great idea.

11:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.erowid.org/general/mentions
/2002_east-bay-express_shulgin.shtml

No wonder this country is so screwed up. Look who invents and pushes the drugs.

12:01 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

LIMBAUGH'S ASSAULT ON MICHAEL J. FOX…

Mr. Limbaugh not only assaulted Michael J. Fox but also Mohammad Ali and all who suffer from this disease. All who think it's ok I pray you and yours don't ever have to get this or any other disease that destroys your life.
I must admit any comment that comes from a drug addict/child molester isn't worth listen too. But of course Limbough is a Republican and has those Republican family values/morals. I'll stick with the family values/morals that Jesus taught.

12:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Democrats top Republicans in fundraising

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061026/
ap_on_el_ge/party_money

1:13 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Question of the month: Do GOP family values create sexual predators or are sexual predators attracted to GOP family values or is GOP morality talk just too damn cheap?

all of the above

It is do as "I" say do not as "I" do..the


just glad the sick pattern is finially exposed...
top of the mornin'

4:52 AM  
Anonymous e said...

"-Anon looks like that statement is looking like the truth. Notice how many GOP family values/moral elected leaders are doing the opposite. Now I know the GOP wants Americans to forget that fingers Foley was abusing kids for many years while serving in Congress. It's ok if a Republican commits sin/lies/cheats just don't let anyone else do it or their fired. jackie"

you have gut to look at the defense patterns to see that the logic is flawed and they can do no wrong..
if any party is whinning and crying they are...
all the things that are said about the democrats are actully discriptions of the GOP ..this is what mentally ill patterns do they describe themselves in their attack of others..

5:00 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Top of the morning all
What news and corruption will appear today. The GOP is calling all KKK member to step up and come out of hiding to vote the crooks back in. Mr. Lott must be really busy as he is fighting to get the South racist to raise again. To bad for him he can't bring back the past. All these racist Ads, comments and attacks are backfiring. We have come a long way as a country and we will never go back. We were lied and cheated by the GOP but we now know better and the lies don't work anymore. WE WILL TAKE OUR COUNTRY BACK NOV. 7TH. We will be watching the new elected officials and if they try to turn to corruption we'll bring them down too.
Have a great day I'll be taking a short vacation no not Jamaica like Judge Walton but it's always summer in Southern California so any place is like a vacation. smile

7:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a child, growing up in a very republican family and community, where everyone had "eveything", my earliest memories are of a disconnect between what they said and what they did.
Although I am not the least bit surprised that the "republican" scandals are finally being "outed", I am horrified that people continue to believe the hypocrisy (even when the facts are in their face) and vote these people into office.
Grand total disgust. Make the GOP scum paupers, all of them!

8:10 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Good Morning JBs...

Check This Out!!! Unbelievable, unbelievable..I could not write a better script. Two weeks before an election, Bushie signs another Signing Statement to ignore Congress' mandate to require that the FEMA Director have at least five years of disaster response experience.

You are doing a Heckuva a Job Bushie...we need to impeach your incompetent and arrogant @ss now!!! Please bloggers spread the news!


Bob Shieffer's Commentary

8:49 AM  
Blogger t said...

Good Morning JB's,

Hi E and anon 9:10- I can very much relate to what you are saying. The burbs are good for teaching a false construct of life.
From today's WaPo

"I'd need to see that again," Loftus said when Fitzgerald cited a line in her book that overstated her research by saying that "most jurors" consider memory to be equivalent to playing a videotape. Her research, however, found that to be true for traumatic events, and even then, only 46 percent of potential jurors thought memory could be similar to a videotape.

There were several moments when Loftus was completely caught off guard by Fitzgerald, creating some very awkward silences in the courtroom.

One of those moments came when Loftus insisted that she had never met Fitzgerald. He then reminded her that he had cross-examined her before, when she was an expert defense witness and he was a prosecutor in the U.S. attorney's office in New York.

Libby's defense team declined to comment.
------------
Of course they did, you scared the bejeezus out of them Fitz, hehe

8:53 AM  
Blogger t said...

Good post CC, I'll post it on my blog today:-)

8:54 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

T,

Thanks for the posts on Loftus' cross-examination...I think its hysterical that Fitzie made a bufoon out of her & Libby's defense...and its just begun...

Eleven More Days Twinkle Toes Fitzgerald!

8:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's a little ditty:

Hose nose twinkle toes pretty purple panty hose.

9:16 AM  
Blogger Jim C said...

Are perverts Republicans or Republicans perverts ? Interesting question.And the answer is..It's a syndrome.
That was the word used by a reporter some years ago when covering a gathering of Muslims in London who were calling for the death of Salman Rushdie (he of the Satanic Verses).One such demonstrator demanding that Rushdie be killed for violating the Koran was followed back to his town of Bradford by the reporter and found there to be making his living in the selling of alcohol and the loaning of money.This apparently against the teachings of the Koran.
This is where the syndrome comes in. Like so many others he sought to hide the beam in his own eye by pointing out the specks in others.
(The latter is of course from Christian text !)
So your Republicans are jst following the old rule that the best form of defence is attack.And they do so out of fear.Fear of themselves.

11:58 AM  
Blogger Professor Smartass said...

The GOP RECRUITS perverts because they can be blackmailed and controlled.

If someone truly had conservative convictions, they might try to be consisten with those, and maybe oppose things like say, corporate welfare, or wars that are fought for essentially the same purpose--enriching a very few at the public's expense.

No, they need guys who will say the right thing, and then say something totally different the next day without hesitation. You only get that kind of reliability when you have a gun to someone's back.

11:16 PM  
Blogger Professor Smartass said...

Help California get rid of Schwarzenegger with a few seconds at the keyboard google bombing:
google bomb the terminator

11:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GEF - 12-day dance. Just what we need! Wonderful. Thanks for the link.
D

12:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is sex their achilles heel ?

no, contributions to torment residents and citizens is their weak spot

not to mention stealing information from the computers and wiretaps of citizens for their own personal or political use ........

1:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Katherine Harris ? How about Mel F-ing Martinez ? First cuban American. There are millions of good cuban americans in Florida......certainly we could find one to replace him ......20 letters from the FEC .......his lobbyist quit and he knows nothing ?

1:29 AM  
Blogger Brad Eleven said...

"The biggest freaks are always the ones who pretend to be the upright people." ~Bill Maher

Hear, hear.

I firmly believe that "gay recruiting" is carried out by sexual predators. I'm not saying that all gays have been recruited--in fact, I'm saying that it's far more healthy for one to decide for oneself, independently of intimidation or harassment.

So it's highly ironic that the people complaining the loudest are so often the most guilty, the ones with something to hide.

I'm sick and tired of hypocrisy, and I don't believe those who say that it's simply part of human nature. It indicates that something is missing, something that supports the facility of consideration. I suspect that it's rooted in the inappropriate activation of survival instincts. Destructive social behavior at the hands of (and covered up by) people in positions of power is simply the expression of their damaged personalities writ large across our collective history. Whether they're shamed in the process is our responsibility, as is the simple and obvious fact that it exists because we have tolerated it.

After all, we get what we tolerate.

3:33 PM  

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