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TOPIC: Politicians Behaving Badly
Created by: vabeachcouple33
Original Starting post for this thread:
OK, here's an idea for a thread which I'm pretty sure will be derailed anyway, but let's give it a go.

Bonus points when the bad behavior is especially contradictory to a position the politician in question is well known to take (such as a rabid anti-gay politician caught bangin' male prostitutes).

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~It's not an easy decision. Animal breeding scientists will argue if it is a JiffyPopper or a CrackerJacker. How does a donkey become a mule? Trace the DNA of a '70's strain within the Republican't Party and you may find a viral contagion dangerous to the American citizen population. CrackerJack70 or JiffyPop70. Depends in the 'Y' chromosome infection.~

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Justus:

No, we won't be tearing into you this time, we will laugh with your back turned to us, but we will pat your head like one does to a scared child and try to reassure you that there are no ghost or monsters under your bed. Now run along with your security blanket you call your boom stick.

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I am sure I will get tore up over this, but this has been planned for decades and really put into motion when the POS POTUS took office. Keep your guns loaded and ready.

Mickey.

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U.S. Homeland Security Department adviser Mohamed Elibiary resigns following tweets about the "inevitable" return of the Caliphate, and "misreading" of 9/11.

Mohamed Elibiary, a controversial senior adviser to the U.S. Homeland Security Department, stepped down Sept. 3 from his position after receiving backlash for a controversial post he made on Twitter in June.

Responding to a question about the Islamic State group, Elibiary wrote, "As I've said b4 inevitable that 'Caliphate' returns."

The tweet was part of a string of posts deemed inappropriate for a senior government advisor, including one where he said he considered the United States to be an "Islamic country" and another where he suggested that those in the national security "uber hawks camp misread 9/11."

After the June tweet, Elibiary was asked if he supported the "inevitable Caliphate," and he responded by saying that the U.S. is moving towards engaging with radical Islamic groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, The Washington Free Beacon reported.

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Damn.

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The thing is that people like Z are *so* invested in a party that they consider their party's victories and setbacks as their own personal victories and setbacks. McDonnell's conviction is no more my loss than Blagojovich or however you spell it is his - i.e. zero.

You'd think we'd be saturated with this story, but the truth is Virginians themselves barely paid attention. I have not had even one person mention the story to me, and the local news didn't talk about it much. I'm not sure why. The National media, bent on making political hay out of it, gave it much more attention.

Anyway - I want corrupt politicians removed from office and jailed (if appropriate) with no regards to their party. Bad Democrats, Republicans, etc should all be treated with the same disdain, and unlike some fucktards I fully understand that both parties are rife with them.

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Good. I hope they rot in jail. I also hope this sends a message to the rest of the corrupt bastards. You think the republicans are the only ones doing this crap?

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If Z didn't insist on blocking everyone, he'd know that we already mentioned it.

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~Here's one for your topic, CrackerJack33:

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife were convicted Thursday of using his office to promote a dietary supplement in exchange for gifts in a public corruption case that derailed the career of a onetime rising Republican star.

A federal jury in Richmond convicted Bob McDonnell of 11 of the 13 counts he faced; Maureen McDonnell was convicted of nine of the 13 counts she had faced. Sentencing was scheduled for Jan. 6. Both bowed their heads and wept as a chorus of "guilty" kept coming from the court clerk.

The couple left the courtroom separately and remained apart. Bob McDonnell left first and walked into a witness waiting room; Maureen McDonnell came out later, hugging one of her daughters while weeping loudly. She went into a separate waiting room.

The couple was charged with doing favors for a wealthy vitamin executive in exchange for more than $165,000 in gifts and loans. They also were charged with submitting fraudulent bank loan applications, and Maureen McDonnell was charged with one count of obstruction.

[Seems the people of Virginia have a sense of fair play].

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It was a small note on Fox website.

Guess the headline story....

Yep, Benghazi. Beating that beaten to death horse.

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