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David Vitter, The D.C. Madam, The Palfrey List

I could give a horses buck teeth whether people have a few skeletons in their closets, (God only knows I have a couple of them myself!) but when these famous and semi famous hypocrites try to defame and destroy other people, then I become enraged.

I've always been suspicious of those who try to shove their HIGH FAMILY VALUES down people’s throats. Just as soon as I hear them mention the word FAMILY VALUES, my ears stand up on end, just like a bunny rabbits, and I ask myself what little skeletons these people have in their own closets that the world knows nothing about! These HIGH FAMILY VALUES people cause me to drop on my knees and beg my Lord to save me from His people each and every time!

I've been doing an awful lot of reading on David Vitter. Why it is that men like Vitter use the name of God, when their true colors are eventually exposed before the public? I have a feeling that as I speak, oodles of conservative self proclaimed FAMILY VALUES people are sweating profusely under the collar with fear of being exposed by the D.C. Madams little black book!

"This was a very serious sin in my past for which I am, of course, completely responsible," Vitter said in the statement. "Several years ago, I asked for and received forgiveness from God and my wife in confession and marriage counseling. Out of respect for my family, I will keep my discussion of the matter there - with God and them. - David Vitter

This hypocrite ran for the Senate in 2004, and promised to "protecting the sanctity of marriage." He has been against same-sex marriage, and stated: "I don't believe there's any issue that's more important than this one." "we need a U.S. senator who will stand up for Louisiana values."

When Vitter's wife was asked what she would do if her husband had been caught in an affair, like Livingston and Bill Clinton, this is what she said: "I'm a lot more like Lorena Bobbitt than Hillary [Clinton]," she said. "If he does something like that, I'm walking away with one thing, and it's not alimony, trust me." - Wendy Vitter, 2000

Now she's begging the news media to leave them alone. I wonder if hubby still has the FAMILY JEWELS! Sorry Mrs. Vitter, but you yourself opened the door back in 2004 with your snide remark by bringing out the smut on the Clintons by not showing mercy to Hillary Clinton!

Hustler publisher Larry Flynt and The Palfrey List

PLEASE! WHAT are YOUR thoughts on the Vitter Scandal?

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Jul. 17th, 2007 10:01 pm (UTC)
when are people goijng to realize politicians will say anything to get elected....whether it's "family values", segregation, or anti-illegal immigration stuff.

They ALL are scum, even the ones you like.

Make the world a better place, kill a politician.
Jul. 18th, 2007 12:23 am (UTC)
There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman
There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman politicians out there who are honest and are trying to make a difference; I feel Obama is one of them, and although he isn't a politician, Keith Obermann is another good and honest man.
Jul. 18th, 2007 04:18 am (UTC)
Re: There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman
Barak is no different...he just hasn't been caught yet..first off, I don't think there is no way in hell this country will ever elect a black man or woman to be president...I predict Rudy Guiliani will sweep into power and we'll have another 8 years of wars....unless the democrats hurry up and put a white guy in suit for the democratic parties nomination. Ameriucans are basically a stupid people who believe anything a white man in a suit says.

I don't advocate killing all politicians, just a few every now and again to keep them on their toes and to remind them that the government should be afraid of the people, not the other way around. We haven't had a good political assassination in a while. I think this is why we are in our current predicament.

it's all about checks and balances,
Jul. 18th, 2007 09:31 am (UTC)
Re: There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman
Ron Paul is a good candidate in my opinion, and I would like to see him win. Then you might actually get your assassination attempt too.

And I agree, I wouldn't be suprised if it's a Guiliani (sp) and McCain combo. Kind reminds me of the guy in the movie Armageddon who bull rides the nuke.

Jul. 18th, 2007 02:41 pm (UTC)
Re: There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman
..we might get an assasination with obama too...The white guys are still not comfortable submitting to a black man...

Elected on friday, Assassinated on Saturday, Buried on Sunday...
Jul. 19th, 2007 02:41 am (UTC)
Re: There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman
Whether politicians speak with fork tongue or not, God protect them all! There's nothing more cowardly and despicable than assassins!

Jul. 19th, 2007 03:16 am (UTC)
Well it's NinjaGuyDan, not SoldierGuyDan...
I would rather fight a shadow war with assassins and ninjas then, soldiers...Hell, it's how we drove the commies out of South and Central America. Assasins (derived from the word Hashishem, a tribe of mid-east killers who paid members off in Hashish, or Marijuana resin) came from the middle east, that's the kind of war we should be fighting. Some white college kid from Arlington is never going to win the Arab hearts and minds....one must be way more devious than that in order to maintain and control that region. Assassins come in handy every now and again. Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Czar Nicholas and many a despot has come to an end at the trigger of an assasin. War has nothing to do with honor, only victory at all costs.Imagine if hitler had ben assasinated a few years earlier, millions of lives would be spared....sometime all you have to do is kill a select few individuals in order to win.

An Amoral crackpot,
Jul. 19th, 2007 07:25 pm (UTC)
Re: There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman
Not to deride anyhting said at all. But the movie was not Armageddon. That was Dr. Strangelove.
Jul. 19th, 2007 09:12 pm (UTC)
Re: There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman
Nope..it looks I stand corrected. He did ride the nuke in Armageddon, but it was clearly a rip.. er "homage" to Stanley Kubrick's classic shot of Slim Pickens riding the nuke all cowboyed up in "Dr Strangelove". God, do I need another reason to hate Michael Bay?:)

Jul. 19th, 2007 09:49 pm (UTC)
Re: There still exist a sprinkle of good men and woman
I never saw that movie anyways. Bay did good with Transformers. At least as a big fan, I was very pleased.
Jul. 17th, 2007 10:12 pm (UTC)
he orchestrated this to help cover up his gay lifestyle
Jul. 19th, 2007 02:43 am (UTC)
You may be right! :o)
Jul. 17th, 2007 10:45 pm (UTC)
Didn't even know about it until you brought it up. But, this just edifies my point of view that deception is used for one's own personal gain. Not that it's a conspiracy; I never said it was. And at the chance of sounding like a broken record, I'm going to say this anyways.

We live in a common law jurisdiction where the only form of government recognized as lawful is a representative one and since representation requires mutual consent, those who revoke consent can not be lawfully governed, and since statutes and court orders are the tools of government used to regulate, control and govern, they can't be applicable to those who deny consent to be regulated, controlled or governed.

In other words, their authority comes from our consent to be governed by them. Well, when representatives use deception to become our representatives, and there is no one to hold them accountable, then what reason do we have to abide by their decisions in legislature when they defraud the people in order to become elected as our representatives? They have acted unlawfully in order to get elected, thus violated our agreement.

I too don't mind their skeletons in their closest as I have my own as well. But what does my personal life have to do with government? NOTHING! As long as I'm not bringing harm to others or their property or defrauding people or using extortion or breaking contract, then government should have nothing to do with me. Even if I do, then the injured party can use the government to receive remedy. The government has no authority to act. So why is family structure even an issue? What is the purpose of government? Surely it's not to tell us how to run our families!
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Jul. 18th, 2007 12:19 am (UTC)
Re: Not a religious person
I really like Larry Flint, because he's a guy who says it like it is without any sugar coated holier than thou charades, like these FAMILY VALUES hypocrites, who are later exposed for what they in truth are; just a bunch of dishonest assholes who eventually proved to be far worse than those they pointed fingers at.

I often wonder how many of these liars are wearing pantyhose under their slacks!

Jul. 18th, 2007 01:10 am (UTC)
I don't hate Ronald Reagan, I didn't like him much either. I read the Nancy & Ron letters and was moved by how deeply they loved each other. But a lot of the family values bunch would point him back in the day as the banner carrier for the movement.

But the irony was delicious. A divorcee who knocked up his second wife before they got married. Allowed pot smokers to spark up doobies in the Governor's mansion in California. Has a closeted alleged gay son (the gay community claimed him a long time ago) and a daughter who rebelled and acted up againsy every aspect of Daddy's policies. Then posed for playboy.

I mean I don't judge any of this, nor even Reagan himself. But the hypocrites who pushed all this on Reagan yet attack anyone else.
Jul. 19th, 2007 03:08 am (UTC)
Ronald knocked up Nancy before they got married?!


Did he disown the son for being gay? As for gays, I have a couple of gay friends who are among the most wonderful human-beings on earth!

His daughter posed for Playboy?! Good for her!

I don't look down on any of those things either. I only look down on those who pound their fist across their chest and cry holy, holy, and it's later found that they weren't so holy after all!
Jul. 18th, 2007 03:05 am (UTC)
in regards to republican politicians who are hypocrites, i can top this story.

Jul. 18th, 2007 09:25 am (UTC)
That's hilarious.
Jul. 19th, 2007 02:57 am (UTC)
You sure did top it! Thanks! :o)
Jul. 18th, 2007 01:58 pm (UTC)
Larry Flint is going to find out who the hypocrites are
isn't he? It's O.K. to be one if you admit it.
Much luv...........
Jul. 19th, 2007 02:56 am (UTC)
Larry Flint is out to get them, that's for sure!
Jul. 18th, 2007 09:19 pm (UTC)
Politicians tend to be liars for a living. So stuff like this doesn't surprise me at all.
Jul. 19th, 2007 02:54 am (UTC)
Oh, and they do it so well!
Jul. 19th, 2007 04:07 pm (UTC)
Devil's Advocate
Before I say anything else, I want to make it abundantly clear that adultery is never excusable under any circumstances. Period. A vow is a vow is a vow is a vow.

I do feel compelled, however, to argue that perhaps there really is a difference between a sin done deliberately and with malice and one done b/c of weakness or ignorance.

I do not think I am capable of committing a homicide in cold blood. But if one day my wife or son or daughter, or for that matter someone dear to me like Playgirl, was killed or brutally attacked, I cannot guarantee I would not kill the person responsible. But that act would still be wrong.

Politicians are human beings. We elect them to be our leaders, yet we delight to see them fail. We consider the very word "politician" to be synonymous with greed, deception, dishonesty, and corruption. Yet as much as they are reviled, they are also celebrities, especially in places like D.C., especially with people who are trying to get their vote on crucial legislation. It's a power trip.

Again, just to reaffirm, I am not excusing what he did, not by any means. I am merely trying to suggest that his failing may have been one of weakness rather than malice...at least the first time. When it comes to any such sin like adultery, usually when a person does it once, they promise themselves it was a mistake and they won't do it again. But it was so easy, so they justify it the next time as the last time. And then again and again, until it almost no longer seems wrong to them.

Also, I do think there is a difference between a man going to a brothel and paying for a hooker and a man who "seduces" a much younger intern while at work, in the Oval Office. But I do not condemn Mr. Clinton, either. I actually do feel sorry for him, b/c like Nixon and other presidents, for many long years it will be the scandal that defined his presidency.

Indeed, as Mark Anthony said, "...the evil that men do live after them, the good is oft interred within their bones..."
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