by Nick Wride
For eight years, the Republicans have whined and sniveled
about having a lying, draft dodging drug user in the White
House. Now what have they given us? A lying, draft dodging,
alcoholic, drunk-driving drug user in the White House. When
Bush's failings are pointed out, his defenders change the
subject to Bill Clinton. Bush can't be defended or the moral
phoniness of the GOP will become crystal clear.
The Republicans look away when one of their own is found to be and adulterer.
When Newt Gingrich stood in front of the American people and called Clinton
a bad man for having an affair and lying about it, his Republican loyalists
clapped and cheered for him. Yet, Newt's affair was an open secret in
Washington. A lot of people knew about it. Gingrich was seen sitting and
reading his Bible while waiting for his whore to get off work. Studying
morality, no doubt. Gingrich cheated on both of his wives and yet is treated
like a hero by the Religious Right. And hired by Fox News.
Dan Burton, congressman from Indiana fathered a child by his mistress.
Only when it was evident that this information was going to go public
did Burton come forward about it. Where did the support money for this
child come from? Burton loves to push for investigations, so why isn't
someone looking into this? After all, Burton says that the American people
need to know the truth, so let's get after the truth. Did the taxpayers
pay to support his love child?
Henry Hyde, one of the main impeachment leaders, broke up the marriage
of another man by having an affair with the man's wife. When this was
exposed, Hyde laughed it off to a "youthful indiscretion". Hyde was in
his forties at the time. Yet, the Republican God Squad has nothing harmful
to say about Hyde. You see, Hyde hates Clinton, so he can do no wrong.
Sean Hannity, Fox News commentator and right wingnut, frequent guest
host for Rush Limbaugh, twice complimented New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani
on his character and integrity. Guiliani cheated on his wife, humiliated
his wife in front of this country and Hannity has the nerve to call Guiliani
a man of character and integrity? The hypocrisy is sure thick at Fox News.
The list of Republican whoremongers can go on and on but space constraints
may not permit it at this time. If I can, sometime in the future, I'll
write another piece on this subject. I'll just have to remember to have
a barf bag handy. These people make me sick.