Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Spitzer? Didn't even touch her!


Thank you, I'll be here all week, try the veal.

Seriously, though: Wasn't this the guy who wanted to give Illegals driver's licenses? Wasn't this the guy of which Hillary Clinton said he'd be "filling a void" by giving illegals licenses? Hmmm. Foreshadowing :)

See them share a chuckle here, probably after discussing campaign finance, money laundering, sub-prime mortgages, Whitewater, prostitution, and amnesty for illegals. Hmm, come to think of it, if this is her "experience", I'm not sure its the type we need.

He is expected to resign tomorrow, but if recent events are any guide, sexual impropriety by government officials will get a token growl from the public, then we will forget about it.

His impeachment would face a difficult path, as well; struggling to get through a Democratically controlled legislature. Quite the sign of the times, that. A criminal and philanderer might not get impeached. And I'm not talking about Bill either!

Wake up America! Until we start holding our leaders to standards of moral conduct that meet or exceed our own, we will continue to have problems with our leaders!

A friend of mine, who shall remain anonymous, and I were having a discussion the other day. He maintained that the personal life of a public official should be just that: private. I disagree. I think the personal life of our public officials is the easiest way for us test if they are likely to perform their jobs in a moral and upright manner. What do you think?

To Mrs. Spitzer's credit, she hasn't gelded him. Yet.

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