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October 3, 2006

Another Way To Spin It

-- by Dave Johnson

Heh, this is good. What do you do when you have a big problem with a Congressman, and it threatens your party in the upcoming election? The answer is so easy ... just say he ISN'T in your party - he's in the OTHER party! Heh. Heh. Man, they're good.

See the photo at the b side: FOX NEWS LIES!

Heh. Man, they're good.

WHile we're talking about REPUBLICAN Congressman Foley, I saw my favorite-ever first line in a newspaper story today:

Five weeks before a midterm election, when Republicans are already on the ropes, the last thing the GOP needed was a homosexual pedophilia scandal.
Heh.

Posted by Dave Johnson at October 3, 2006 8:56 PM

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Well, the Democrats made him do it, didn't they? The devil made him do it and everyone knows those Dems are minions of the devil.

Sheesh! His latest excuse, now that nobody believes he's an alcoholic since nobody ever even saw him drink, is that he was molested by a priest as a child! Can any Repug just take responsibility for his actions and say he's sorry? Doesn't seem possible, does it?

Posted by: MJ [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 4, 2006 6:04 AM

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