In Case You Missed A Few

As you Rs prepare for your GA convention, here’s a handy List of GOP Scandals with which to check-off your many latest and greatest by. Don’t want you to suffer from anything so vile as that ugly disease, Delusion of Grandeur, eh? Just looking out for your best interests here.

HT: PS

6 comments

  1. drjay says:

    ok–whatever–its a washington problem more than a gop problem–we could make a little list too–w/ jefferson and mollohan and w/out even getting into clinton’s personal stuff we could sift through his admin too–remember why reno was choice #3 for ag, remember why cisneros left the cabinet..etc. etc, etc…

  2. DMZDave says:

    The first “scandal” sounds familiar. Wolfowitz is apparently considered unethical by Democrats because he used his influence to help a woman with whom he was having a sexual relationship get a promotion and a raise. Wolfowitz should go just as Clinton should have gone when he got Monica a job for which she was wholly unqualified except that she apparently gave a job to get one. The parallels between Wolfowitz and Clinton’s conduct are pretty obvious in terms of their abuse of power and position and to be consistent I have to agree Wolfowitz should go. Glad the Dems have finally come around on this – yeah right.

  3. Rpolitic says:

    Lest we forget that Clinton and his friends did more then molest college girls in office.

    x-Clinton adviser Berger to forfeit law license

    By JULIA MALONE
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    Published on: 05/17/07

    WASHINGTON — Sandy Berger, the Clinton White House national security adviser who was caught removing highly classified documents from the U.S. Archives, has consented to disbarment.

    In an agreement filed in the District of Columbia Court of Appeals to be finalized as soon as today, Berger agreed to forfeit his license to practice law but avoided cross-examination before the Board on Bar Counsel and further disclosure of details of his misconduct.

    The two-page agreement states that Berger “acknowledges that the material facts upon which the allegations of misconduct are predicated are true” and that he “could not successfully defend against them.”

    The former White House official was convicted of illegally removing documents from the Archives in 2005 as he was preparing to testify before the national commission investigating the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

    Berger was fined $50,000 and sentenced to 100 hours of community service in 2005.

    In a statement released by his attorney, Berger said he had expected his law license to be affected when he pled guilty to criminal charges three years ago.

    “While I derived great satisfaction from years of practicing law, I have not done so for 15 years and do not envision returning to the profession,” he said. “I am very sorry for what I did, and I deeply apologize.”

    Berger is chairman of Stonebridge International, a Washington, D.C., company that offers advice on how to do business in Brazil, China, Russia and India.
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