Friday, October 06, 2006

Mark Foley Steals a “Page” from Bill Clinton’s PlayBook on Morality

By John W. Lillpop

In this era of rampant identify theft, unrestrained plagiarism, and other offenses against good, decent people of God—i.e., conservatives—it seems fitting that we Republicans work extra hard to avoid such boorish behavior. This is particularly true for those who interact with liberal hooligans on a regular basis, and who are thus vulnerable to moral decay by association.

Accordingly, in the name of giving credit where credit is due, the antics and sexual misdeeds of Mark Foley must be attributed to the party most responsible for showing Foley the way to Hades.

That would be one William Jefferson Clinton, 42nd president of the United States, and a notorious sex addict, liar, and adulterer.

Mr. Clinton’s indiscretions in and about the White House included:

* Maintained a long-term sexual relationship with a subordinate, Monica Lewinski, on government property.

* Discussed important military matters on the telephone with a member of the U.S. Congress while in the midst of a sexual episode with Ms. Lewinsky.

* Left a foreign leader, Yassar Arafat, waiting in the Rose Garden while entertaining Ms. Lewinsky in the White House.

Mr. Clinton was also alleged to have made an unwelcome sexual advance on a volunteer worker, Kathleen Wiley, also in the White House.

All in all, President Clinton became the poster child for those who have no regard for traditional family values and morality.

To his eternal damnation, Mark Foley proved quite adept at stealing a “Page” from Bill Clinton’s PlayBook on morality!