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I can promise you ...

After reading Clemsongirl's post and googling the article I can promise you one thing ...

Lawyer will NEVER run for senator! Big fat, juicy hell to the NO!!!

This was the end of the news article ...

A partial list of U.S. politicians caught in sex scandals:

June 24, 2009 — South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, a Republican, admits to yearlong affair with Argentinian mother of two.
June 16, 2009 — Nevada Senator John Ensign, a Republican, admits to sexual affair with the wife of a former member of his staff.
August 2008 — Former North Carolina senator John Edwards, a Democrat, confirms an affair with a videographer after denying the relationship during his presidential campaign. Admission comes as his wife, Elizabeth, struggles with breast cancer.
March 2008 — New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, a Democrat, resigns after revelations he repeatedly paid for sex with a hooker employed by a high-priced prostitution service.
March 2008 — New York Governor David Paterson, a Democrat, admits upon replacing Spitzer that he had an extramarital affair during a rocky period in his marriage several years earlier.
July 2007 — Louisiana Senator David Vitter, a Republican, says he was a client of a prostitution service run by the so-called D.C. Madam, Deborah Jeane Palfrey, who committed suicide after being convicted on racketeering charges.
July 2007 — Senator Larry Craig, a Republican, was arrested and later convicted of disorderly conduct on allegations of soliciting sex in a bathroom stall in the Minneapolis airport.
September 2006 — Florida Representative Mark Foley, a Republican, resigns from Congress after revelations of sexually explicit e-mails and instant messages with teenage male interns.
November 2004 — New Jersey Gov. James McGreevey, a Democrat, resigns after revealing he had cheated on his wife and was involved in a homosexual relationship with a man he appointed as a homeland security adviser.
August 1998 — President Bill Clinton, a Democrat, admits to an inappropriate affair spanning several years with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.


  1. ...and just why do they think they will never get caught or do they care???!!

  2. Ugh - did you see his news conference? He just kept going on and on about it. I think someone should do an expose' on which politicians are NOT having an affair. That's when I'll really be surprised. I just kind of expect it now which is really wrong!

  3. My fiance works in politics, and the stories he hears about so many of the men he is associated with would blow your mind! Thankfully, the woman he works for is not a cheater! No messes to clean up there! Funny how we never hear of female politicans cheating? I think the men let the power go to their heads in a defferent kind of way. The women are just doing what women have always done...running everything smoothly! LOL!

  4. Amen! I have told my hubby the same thing.

  5. Amen, MPM.

    Sounds like they all have a critical case of narcissism fueled by morally lenient women.

  6. just dropping by to say there is an award waiting for you on my blog :-)



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