Friday, July 13, 2007
Another Louisiana Politician
It seems that these sorts of politicians always come from Louisiana.
In 1999 David Vitter replaced Congressman Bob Livingston after Livingston resigned due to an adultery scandal. In 2004 he was elected Senator from the state.
"Abstinence education is a public health strategy focused on risk avoidance that aims to help young people avoid exposure to harm...by teaching teenagers that saving sex until marriage and remaining faithful afterwards is the best choice for health and happiness."
“I’m a conservative who opposes radically redefining marriage, the most important social institution in human history.”
"It's obviously a tremendous loss for the state...I think Livingston's stepping down makes a very powerful argument that Clinton should resign as well and move beyond this mess,"
All the above quotes are from David Vitter.
David Vitter's phone number has been discovered on a list of phone numbers from the D.C. Madame Pamela Martin.
You know, it's not the fact that he visited a prostitute that bothers me so much. That's more of a problem between him and his wife. What bothers me the most is the hypocrisy. He wants to tell Clinton to resign because of the Monica Lewinsky scandal, but I don't see him resigning. These men set themselves up as arbiters of our morals, but they feel like they're above their own beliefs. They want to tell us who we can and cannot have sex with, but they feel like they can have sex with whomever they wish. If you're on the opposing side it's worse to get a blowjob than it is to lie about the reasons we go to war and thousands of our young people die.
If it wasn't so tragic it'd be funny.
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