1. News Update from Citizens for Legitimate Government
02 October 2006
GOPedophiles, the lords of hypocrisy – Mark Foley on Bill Clinton in 1998: “It’s more sad than anything else, to see someone with such potential throw it all down the drain because of a sexual addiction.” Congress sees through party-colored glasses By Bill Adair 12 Sep 1998 For more than a week, members of Congress said they would avoid partisan politics when they got Kenneth Starr’s report on President Clinton… Republicans were aghast at Clinton’s behavior, with many saying it showed he had lied and abused his power. “It’s vile,” said Rep. Mark Foley, R-West Palm Beach. “It’s more sad than anything else, to see someone with such potential throw it all down the drain because of a sexual addiction.” …Some of the strongest reaction Friday was in response to Starr’s account of [Monica] Lewinsky performing oral sex on Clinton as he chatted with members of Congress on the telephone. That was “just sad,” Foley said. “It’s unbelievable that he could behave so carelessly in that setting.”
2. Not only was Foley known to be a perverted creep, for years, but his method was extremely plotted out, contrary to his latest bleatings that it was all due to an alcohol problem.
scroll down to article… the sidebar, showing how several Republican legislators’ support for gay rights issues dramatically increased after they came out or were outed. Jim Kolbe of AZ, Steve Gunderson (WI) and Mark Foley (FL) are the ones mentioned. Question: Once Foley was known to be gay, wouldn’t it had been advisable for the Republicans to give him a different committee assignment to protect the support they have from a conservative base?http://www.thelawparty.org/FranklinCoverup/franklin.htm
4. On the Washington Times’s big exposÃ©
of a like sex scandal under Bush the Elder:
October 2, 2006 — EARLY EDITION. SPECIAL REPORT. Informed congressional sources have reported to WMR that the number of sexually salacious e-mails and instant messages sent from disgraced former GOP Representative Mark Foley of Florida to underage male pages number as many as 500. Moreover, WMR sources on the Hill report that the GOP leadership knew of Foley’s improper communications with the pages “for years” and not months as has been reported by the mainstream media. In addition, Foley allegedly sent sexually-explicit messages to both former and current congressional pages.