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Right now Radar has an interesting article up about the book "You Don't Know Me: A Citizen's Guide to Republican Family Values," here is a link to the Radar article;

"Shocking, illuminating, profoundly disturbing, You Don't Know Me: A Citizen's Guide to Republican Family Values details more than 100 cases of sexual misconduct by Republican officials, officeholders, and ideological supporters. In addition to augmenting the public's knowledge of recent infamous scandals, the book unearths a multitude of other instances of Republican sexual waywardness, most criminal in nature."

As some one who has grown up in the south around many who claim to be members of the moral majority, I can say without hesitation that those who claim to be the most pious are often the most sinful.

This book looks like a very interesting read, interesting that Newt has the largest entry in the book.  From his affairs while going after Clinton, to dropping off his divorce papers while his firs wife was in the hospital recovering from surgery.  

Here's a clip:

"Carter also recounted having Gingrich's two young daughters with him when he saw Gingrich having oral sex in a parked car:

"As I got to the car, I saw Newt in the passenger seat and one of the guys' wives with her head in his lap going up and down. Newt kind of turned and gave me his little-boy smile. Fortunately Jackie Sue and Kathy were a lot younger and shorter then."

Pretty gross stuff, the book talks about the gropenator, and the pedophiles that the republican party is full of.

Either way it was an interesting read, and if america has forgotten what a bunch of slimeballs the repubs are i think that we should remind them.

Originally posted to Mebe on Tue Aug 05, 2008 at 11:32 AM PDT.

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