good riddance

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This is not a political smear campaign.  This is despicable behavior.  And I don’t care that he is a member of my party, and that the loss of his seat from the Republican column could turn the balance of power in the House of Representatives. 

Leaders don’t be have like this.


Brittney noted this link in the comments below.  I saw the same thing on NBC and CNN this morning.  There’s more here.

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5 Responses to “good riddance”

  1. brittney Says:

    The GOP knew about his predatory behavior for a long time.

    Disgusting–the actions and the coverup.

  2. Mack Says:

    Just dropped by to say that I appreciated your comments regarding the effect on your Party. You and I probably agree on nothing, but I have long maintained that sometimes Party loyalties work against the common good. Some Democrats I know ignore real issues within our ranks.

  3. rightwingprof Says:

    Well, it appears that while leaders knew of the innocuous email messages, they did not know of the X-rated ones. Leave it to CNN and the NYT to not make that clear.

  4. Rick Forman Says:

    Kerry, needs to be careful lest he forget 1973 and Gerry Studds’ (D-Mass) affair with a male page. The Ethics Cmtte. simply reprimanded him. Studds refused to resign and served until 1996. Studds was probalby considered a “victim” by the Dems. What party controlled Congress during this time?

    Power corrupts and runs across party lines. Ethics and morals unfortunately are pushed aside for party loyalties.

    When it comes right down to it both parties are willing to screw the American public to keep their power.

  5. fiend Says:

    Bully for you for sticking to your guns despite the harm to your party. Would that more Republicans had these ethics.