Friday, September 29, 2006

Republicans: The Party of Pedophilia

Rep. Mark A. Foley (R-Florida), just resigned. Apparently, Rep. Foley had been sending sexy emails to Congressional pages (read: male interns) who worked on the House floor. According to the NY Times (itself stealing from ABC News):

ABC News reported Friday that Foley also engaged in a series of sexually explicit instant messages with current and former teenage male pages. In one message, ABC said, Foley wrote to one page: ''Do I make you a little horny?''

"Do I make you a little horny?" Is he serious? What's former-Rep. Foley shooting for here -- a gay pedo-political Austin Powers? "Do I make you randy, Page -- do I? Yeah Pagey Yeah!"

Rep. Freak continues:

''he's such a nice guy,'' Foley wrote about the other boy. ''acts much older than his age...and hes in really great shape...i am just finished riding my bike on a 25 mile journey now heading to the gym...whats school like for you this year?''

C'mon Foley, focus -- are you trying to seduce him by claiming you went on a long bike ride? Mental image: pedophile in spandex. No good.

In other e-mails, Foley wrote, ''I am back in Florida now...its nice here...been raining sounds like you will have some fun over the next few old are you now?'' and ''how are you weathering the hurricane...are you safe...send me an email pic of you as well.''

At this point, I should stop to remind people that the former Rep. Foley was not, in fact, a twelve year old girl. "Its nice here...been raining today..." That's some deep shit. Of course, deep shit is exactly what Rep. Foley is in vis-a-vis America's prohibition on creepy child seduction.

Move this seat on over to the Dems. And ponder just how ridiculous our government has become.


Blogger Johnbai3030 said...

I'd love to see the statistics on which elected officials get booted out on creepy sex charges. It sure seems like it's 3-1 Republicans. I almost count on any Southern bible-belt chump who spouts off about the evils of sexual deviance being a pederast at this point.

11:22 AM  
Blogger Robert Boyd said...

This scandal might snare more than just Foley. Apparently this behavior was known to certain powerful fellow Republicans months ago, and they swept it under the rug. Hastert could be in big trouble.

3:50 PM  

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