Sunday, November 05, 2006

Do As I Say Not As I Do Part I Stopped Counting

Is it my imagination, or are some of the loudest opponents of certain things, themselves, doing those things? Rush Limbaugh, mouthpiece for the Republican Party, said that drug users should go to prison, and the unfortunate man gets addicted to oxycontin (which may have been responsible for his deafness). Good thing he hired the same lawyer that successfully defended Michael Kennedy Smith (yeah, those Kennedys) on rape charges. Representative Mark Foley (R-FL) goes on the floor of the House and denounces internet child predators. Like himself. And now this "Reverend" Timothy Haggard, a frequent adviser to the White House and the President, and who I am told preaches some vehemently anti-homosexual sermons and lectures (I have no interest in hearing any sermons), has admitted buying meth from a gay male prostitute. He denies having sex with the man, but he admitted to buying the drug one time, and then claimed he threw it away unused. The man who, on more than one occasion, sold meth to Haggard for the purpose of enhancing their sex together tells a different story. Hypocrisy, thy party is Republican.

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