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Took one look at the thumbnail and knew it was going to be slanted. According to this piece, not one GOP politician has been caught with their pee-pee hanging out before last month. They don't even mention the Diaper-wearing, whore mongering, David Vitter who was caught up in the DC Madam Scandal. According to the AP video: Before last month, the only philanders of the past sixty years have been "Liberal" Democrats.

This "story" - which is supposed to give context to the Sanders sex scandal by explaining why politicians stick their Johnson in anything that moves - covers ground that's more trod upon than Times Square. The subject is about as stale as the smell of cheap hotel room. Faryl Ury, the author of this crappy piece, must think no one's ever thought about why powerful men cheat. "I've got an idea, I'll put some pop psychologist in front of the camera to tell everyone the obvious. How original."  
Maybe Ury subscribes to the Rush Limbaugh theory that Governor Sandford stepped out on his wife because of Obama. Here's the breakdown of philandering Dems vs. GOPS in the Video:

Democrats                        Republicans

Gary Hart                        Mark Sandford
David Patterson                  John Ensign
Elliot Spitzer
John Edwards
Jim McGreevey
Bill Clinton
JFK
FDR

Here's a few philanders she could have mentioned:

David Vitter
Newt Gingrich
Bob Livingston
Henry Hyde
Strom Thurmond

There's so many others. Can y'all add to the list.

UPDATED: Bob Packwood - The dude kept a diary - Remember that?

 
                 

Originally posted to Mahler3 on Fri Jun 26, 2009 at 03:45 PM PDT.

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