Tuesday, March 20, 2007

It's the Sex, Stupid!

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales:...Let the child abusers go, prosecute the consenting adults.

Why are Republicans so screwed up in their sex lives? Who was the gay male prostitute visiting in the White House? Why did they invite the gay male porn star to speak at the Conservative political convention alongside Ann Coulter and Rudy Giulianni? Why did Alberto Gonzoles say child obscenity was not to be prosecuted but normal adult stuff was?

I think it goes beyond mere poitics but for now we will just concentrate on that and let the deep sickness of these creeps go for the moment.

For insight into Alberto Gonzoles and his nasty scheme to subvert america's Justice Department to republican political purposes, you need to look no farther than the case of Paul Charlton. Gonzoles wanted him removed because he began an investigation into a corrupt Republican and refused to divert his investigators from child obscenity cases and make them bring charges against consenting adults.



In September 2006, just weeks before pivotal Congressional midterm elections,
Paul Charlton, US Attorney for Arizona, opened a preliminary investigation into
Republican Representative Rick Renzi of the state's First Congressional District
for an alleged pattern of corruption involving influence-peddling and land
deals. Almost immediately, Charlton's name was added to a blacklist of federal
prosecutors the White House wanted to force from their jobs.

White House Porn Plot against Prosecutors



There is nothing as corrupt as using the governmental powers of law enforcement
to selectively prosecute your political enemies and to cover-up criminal
behavior by your political organization and allies, while in a position of
political power. This situation is the essence of the current scandal concerning
the firing of U.S. Attorneys by the Bush White House.


Stephen Crockett



Kitty Kelly wrote the definitive biography of the Bush family and was savagely attacked in the media by republican operatives. None of her claims were disproven, however. Not even the one about Laura Bush selling pot in college. Now, Kelly points out what a good example the Bush family continues to set for America...NOT!


In Britain, Prince Harry is insisting on going off to Iraq — even as his country
is reducing its troop commitment...

...while the 25-year-old (Jenna Bush) makes the rounds of TV talk shows this fall in a White House limousine, dozens of her contemporaries will be arriving home from Iraq in wooden boxes. .


The power of a good example


I will be shocked if Aleberto Gonzoles lasts out this week. I'm choosing late Friday afternoon in the office pool.

Cheers,

Steve

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