Thursday, March 4, 2010

Just How Many Closet Queers Do We Have In Government?

I don't read the daily newsrags as a rule; but sometimes, one will be let on a subway or bus seat, and if I'm bored, I'll pick it up. On page 14 of the Daily News, I found this article: Upstate Rep. Quits Race Amid Harass Rumors.

One of the ways our government has been subverted to the whims of foreign nations is by blackmail. You'll recall the case of former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey and Golan Cipel - McGreevey, a married man, carried on a tryst with Cipel, and granted innumerable favours to Cipel. There are many other cases of said behaviour occurring, and this is usually due to our representatives living secret lives while in public office; invariably, those secrets are unearthed, and the personage is compromised into acting against the best interests of those they purport to represent.

Eric Massa took the appropriate steps after his dual lifestyle was revealed...but how about people being true to themselves, and not being hypocrite scumbags? I'll bet that his voting record against alternative lifestyle initiatives displayed the usual "outrage" against such "abhorrent" lifestyle choices.


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stonemaster said...

Queers in U.S. government = The Rise & Fall of the Roman Empire.Americas Done put a fork in it the inmates are running the asylum .