September 29, 2006

Latest Republican sexual deviant, hypocrite resigns

In a party built on phony piety and hypocrisy, it's become almost routine when prominent members, almost always those that are most damning and intolerant of gays, are revealed to be gay, perverts, or both. Literally dozens of Republicans have been revealed to be sexual deviants and predators.

Here's just the latest example.
Rep. Mark Foley (R-Fla.), who suddenly announced this afternoon he is stepping down from Congress after his sex-laced e-mails to a former male page, who was 16, were published, made headlines in May 2003 when he took the unusual step of calling a news conference to denounce a report in a South Florida alternative paper that he is gay.

Foley declined to answer questions about the subject then, saying his sexual orientation had nothing to do with is duties as a lawmaker. New Times had raised the issue.

But Foley accused Democratic activists of spreading the rumor to derail his Senate campaign. That drew a sharp response from Florida Democratic Party Chairman Scott Maddox, who criticized Foley for responding to one inappropriate accusation with another. Foley later dropped out of the U.S. Senate race.

In the House, Foley was co-chairman of the Missing and Exploited Children Causus.

The House in 2005 passed Foley-sponsored legislation that would subject child sex offenders to stringent monitoring requirements and tough penalties for failing to comply with registration requirements. "We track library books better than we do sexual predators," Foley said.

Foley said he was "sorry" today after the emails to the former page were revealed. In the emails, sent from his AOL account, Foley had made repeated references to sexual organs and sex acts.

In Congress, Foley has been considered one of the foremost critics of child pornography and pedophiles. Among other measures, he succeeded in getting a law passed that allowed organizations like the Boy Scouts of America and Boys and Girls Clubs to have access to FBI fingerprint background checks to help protect children.

9 Comments:

At 9/29/2006 9:21 PM, Anonymous havinfun said...

Certainly a disturbing issue - shocking.

What a shame that we have Congressmen that are this stupid - regardless of party.

What is even more amazing is that you are such an amazing political hack. I do not recall one word on your website about the Louisiana (Democrat) Congressman that stole (I believe that it was) $90,000 (shoved in his freezer).

I am sorry, there was a post on this - defending his rights to not be searched!

Further, have you realized that every post on your website is strongly anti-Republican/ anti-Administration.

Is it remotely possible for you to discuss an issue without being aggressively liberal?

 
At 9/29/2006 9:42 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

No.

I think I'll continue to have a bad attitude about bullshit, lies, and dumb actions, when they occur. It just so happens that the Republicans have the market cornered really.

Have there been any Democats who've been revealed as liars, perverts, or dumbasses lately that I've missed?

I'd note that I've gotten dozens of angry comments including some recently, which accuse me of being a Republican and bitching that I'm too tough on Democrats.

Interesting.

 
At 9/30/2006 8:19 AM, Blogger Mountman said...

You Said it....
I guess we need to forget that there was a time that Ole G.W. hung out with Osama.... maybe that's why we let him go.
Oh but we don't want to talk about that, Huh?

 
At 9/30/2006 8:21 AM, Blogger Mountman said...

Keep up the good work!
It's people like that that want us to forget that when Clinton was in office G.W. was showing Osama his ranch...
Or am I just delusional?

 
At 9/30/2006 11:00 AM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

Montman, you're not delusional, but I don't think you're correct.
Osama never came to the Bush ranch, but the Bush's were very close to Osama's father, a billionare Saudi contractor, and a few bin Laden pals and money men have been to Texas several times, as has been documented and reported, including one who died mysteriously in a plane crash.

The bin Ladens through a business connection have bailed out George Jr. on at least one business failure (of his many)

 
At 10/01/2006 12:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mark Foley, you reap what you so, and what comes around goes around. I hope you get the max allowed by law, and on the sex offender registry, and that if you know anything about John Walsh, you squeal on him as well. ROFLMAO!!!!!!

Now you will get 1st hand experience on these laws that you helped pass.

 
At 10/03/2006 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

People like Foley created child porn hysteria, dangerous laws and witch hunts
I would like to send you some links to publications about my criminal
case. I was forced to confess to the
possession of child porn. My browser was hijacked while I was browsing
the web. I was redirected to illegal sites against my will. Some
illegal pictures were found on my hard drive, recovering in
unallocated clusters, without dates of file creation/download.

I do not know how courts can widely press these charges on people to
convict them, while the whole Internet is a mess.

This is my story in inquisition21.com. There is all
information about case written by Irish writer Brian
Rothery.

http://www.inquisition21.com/article~view~7~page_num~3.html

This is publication in Wired news

http://www.wired.com/news/infostructure/0,1377,63391,00.html

This is publication in Theregester

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/05/13/browser_hijacking_risks/

Article in Globe and Mail newspaper
http://ctv.globetechnology.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20040617.gttwhijac17/tech/Technology/techBN/ctv-technology

Article in ZDnet
http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1105_2-5344831.html

This is article in Washington Times, May 22, 2004
There is information about my case.

http://www.cato.org/cgi-bin/scripts/printtech.cgi/dailys/05-30-04.html

Article in Crime research center:

http://www.crime-research.org/news/07.22.2004/506/

Article in Dallas, TX Newspaper

http://www.crime-research.org/news/24.12.2004/862/

Child porn law was declared unconstitutional in Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA'
http://xbiz.com/news_piece.php?id=11750


"I came here to the US as political refugee from the former Soviet
Union, and, now like many other people in the US, I feel shame that
all of this can happen in the US – supposed to be the greatest
democracy in the world."

estrinyefim@gmail.com

 
At 10/04/2006 8:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Certainly mountman is delusional - to accept a stupid comment like GW hung out at the ranch with Osama shows this sites true colors.

 
At 10/04/2006 8:41 AM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

To accept the comment of one reader as defining an entire blog is delusional.

And aside from that, if you knew the history and extensive connections between the bin Laden's and Bush's, you'd realize that Montman is not that far off.

There were Saudi's who were binLaden associates in Texas often, and meeting with the Bush's.

I highly recommend getting "House of Bush, House of Saud" by Craig Unger and giving it a read.

I'm sure you might be surprised.

But of course, you don't want to know anything negative about dear leader. But you really might consider educating yourself on history, truth, and reality.

 

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