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  1. Best part: “Duvall, who is married with two adult children, received a 100 percent rating from a conservative advocacy group for his votes on legislation considered pro-family.”

    Snicker.

  2. You can’t change human nature. As a species…we cheat. A lot.

    The problem is, some of us act all high and mighty and condemn everything about CHEATING….while they’re getting groped underneath the table by lobbyist hookerwhores.

  3. Seriously, and this is independent of party politics, we’ve got to stop voting freaks into office. I mean we’ve just got to stop asking them to lie to us about their personal lives. We’ve got to stop expecting them to not ever have done drugs or cheated on their spouses or slept with the wrong person or whatever people do in their personal lives that has nothing to do with their jobs. Just divorce all that. Because if you base your vote on the purity of your candidate, you’ve either got a liar or someone who has no idea how the world works.

    And McGee, I’ve never cheated. It’s anecdotal, perhaps statistically improbable, but true. And yes, I do believe there are worse things. Like hypocrisy.

  4. Just read this in the OC Weekly. Nice quotes from the conservative family values man and Great American hailing from the epicenter of California Republicanism:

    “She wears little eye-patch underwear,” said Duvall, who is married with two children. “So, the other day she came here with her underwear, Thursday. And? so, we had made love Wednesday–a lot! And so she’ll, she’s all, ‘I am going ?up and down the stairs, and you’re dripping out of me!’ So messy!”

  5. Well that’s lovely. I for one blame viagra. There’s a reason a man that old shouldn’t be able to get it up, and it’s so it should never even briefly occur to me to imagine him mid-coitus. Are lobbying companies straight out hiring prostitutes and/or nymphomaniacs? Were these women just purely attracted to power and their actions not in any way condoned by their employers? If it’s just a couple of adults having fun it’s one thing, but it’s hard to sort through the briney fluid when you involve politics.

    Also I completely agree with Droplet. We aren’t electing them to positions in the Vatican. They can be cum sponges at S&M clubs on their time off so long as they’re working for the interests of their constituents while they’re on the job for all I care. Honestly I’d probably prefer it that way. What’s a congressman who’s openly into something like that going to lie about?

  6. And in typical politician manner, he is now DENYING that he ever had an affair and that he was just “story-telling”…oy…from his official website:

    “I want to make it clear that my decision to resign is in no way an admission that I had an affair or affairs. My offense was engaging in inappropriate story-telling and I regret my language and choice of words. The resulting media coverage was proving to be an unneeded distraction to my colleagues and I resigned in the hope that my decision would allow them to return to the business of the state.”

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