Discussion in 'Media' started by Jay Canuck, Mar 12, 2010.
sure it is....lets look at some of the scandals for both sides and compare!
"The Beltway has changed nothing since the GOP scandals and is still acting blind, deaf, and dumb toward the Democrat scandals.
-- Michelle Malkin, lying again, Link
Massa resigned while Vitter, Sanford and Ensign stay in office and any headlines or current stories about them?
"The Beltway media has been doing its darndest to liken the ethical problems facing the Democrats today and those faced by the Republicans in recent years, but the differences could not be more stark. In the case of Eric Massa, for instance, within about a week of allegations of his misconduct coming forward into the public sphere, he resigned. Yet when you look at the scandals affecting the Republican Party, the response is very different. David Vitter, Mark Sanford and John Ensign are all still in office years and months after it became clear that they were worthless scumbags."
-- Jonathan Singer, Link
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EcC0QAd0Ug]YouTube - Obama and Khalid Mansour[/ame]
Percy Sutton tells everyone how Prince Alaweeds adviser Monsour asked him to get Obama into Harvard
Begun the cartoon wars have...
[SIZE=+1]Utah House Leader Admits Naked [/SIZE]
[SIZE=+1]Hot-Tubbing With 15-Year Old Girl[/SIZE]
Hard to believe it was a girl this time
"Fox news should keep this quiet for me"
Years ago, the Majority Leader of the Utah House took a nude hot-tub with a 15-year old employee, then paid her $150,000 and had her pledge to keep quiet, he admitted yesterday. The incident occurred in 1985, when Kevin Garn was 30, and married. In 2002, when Garn, a Republican, was running for Congress, the woman, Cheryl Maher, began contacting reporters prompting Garn to pay her $150,000 and have an attorney draft a non-disclosure agreement. With his wife by his side, Garn told reporters: "I expect to suffer public humiliation and embarrassment. Some lessons are hard to learn."
[SIZE=+1]FOX: Larry Craig who?[/SIZE]
They acted like this wasn't a story
From 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET on August 27, Fox News devoted only 3 minutes to segments discussing Larry Craig's arrest for trying to blow some dude and his subsequent guilty plea to charges of disorderly conduct. In the same six-hour period, MSNBC devoted 8 minutes to Craig's arrest, while CNN devoted 20 minutes.
does Edwards still hold office because the amount of stories on him is truly amazing?
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYZre8kEsuw]YouTube - MC Rove[/ame]
Karl Rove dancing with all those talking heads from the "liberal left networks"
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