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Republican deviants continue to try to represent their party: Sanford, Koch, Vitter, Craig, Foley, etc. These people have no morals, yet they want votes from the right. What a party of amoral candidates.
This election is going to speak volumes and will point out what (and who) is really going wrong with this country.
guessagain Some republicans are deviants, so are some from every possible political, secular, religious, and social group ever assembled on this planet. There's no way to justify judging a whole people the way that you have.
Sanford's closer walk with God sounds like the right thing to say if you're for e.g. a disgraced Televangelist trying to assemble your scattered sheep. But I'm not sure that dog will hunt in present day SC. By contrast Elizabeth Colbert Busch seems to possess more dignity if not more gravitas.
If some of you on the Left are using this guy to somehow cast shame on the Right I have one name for you (out of the dozens I can think of off the top of my head), "Marion Barry".
norshorej: "There's no way to justify judging a whole people the way that you have." There was no judgment of a "whole people" as you suggest. The comment was referring to the numerous GOP candidates (whose party preaches family values) who have affairs and want to continue to be elected. How can Republicans try to claim the moral high ground when their candidates can't seem to live it and their supporters keep them in office.
Who's Marion Barry?? Got anybody from this century who committed adultery and who stayed in office anyway? At least Spitzer and Weiner had the decency to resign.
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