The Fall Foley Age

There is some talk about who knew what, when with regard to this, and what should happen to them.

The unfolding cyber-sex scandal involving former Rep. Mark Foley, who resigned Friday, has spread to the House leadership that appears to have known of Foley’s involvement with a former congressional page for months. The word “cover-up” is now being aimed at various top House Republicans, and they are losing support from Republican bloggers as a result.

To me, anyone who knew about this, actually knew and not just ‘heard rumors’, should be voted out. I don’t care what party they are from. Yes, there are legitimate questions about the timing of stories from the MSM on info they had for a year; I don’t care, that’s a different issue.
Any bastard/bastardette who knew about this is a disgrace and should be hounded from office.

2 Responses to “The Fall Foley Age”

  1. “[Sigh]… release the hounds…”

  2. Dave J says:

    I think Hastert’s done a pretty miserable job as Speaker regardless of whether he knew about this. As far as I can tell, he kind of just lets the rest of the leadership pick and choose what to make their individual agendas: he may, I suppose, have a governing philosophy, but he doesn’t actively get down in the trenches the way Newt Gingrich did.

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