Urbin Report

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Two sets of rules..

Mike of Mike's America nails it:

I don't know any Republican who condones or excuses the actions of ex-Congressman Foley. As soon as evidence of those abhorrent Instant Messages came to light, he was forced to resign.

It's a shame our friends on the other side of the aisle don't have a similar regard for standards of conduct and accountability.

After all, Congressman William Jefferson, (DEMOCRAT-Louisiana) was videotaped by the FBI accepting a $100,000 bribe, $90,000 of which was later found in his freezer. He's still a member of Congress. No "rush to judgment" there.
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And while we are demanding the utomost accountability for House GOP leadership, is it not fair to ask the same for Democrat leadership who knew that Rep. Patrick Kennedy (DEMOCRAT-RI) had a problem and yet did nothing to stop it? Kennedy could have KILLED a child while driving under the influence. Where's accountability for that?


Dick Morris summed it up quite some time ago:
"If you're going to be a sexual predator, be a Democrat."


Go read the whole thing.

Update: democrat Harry Reid had double standard on corruption back in May.