Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Democrat Congressman Resigns Due to Sex Scandal

    "Rook at me! I big tiger!"
    Washington DC, July 27, 2011. Once again another Democrat Congressman has been forced to resign due to their total inability to control their sexual urges. This time it was Oregon Congressman David Wu who has resigned.

    David Wu was alleged to have had "unwanted sexual encounter" with the 18 year old daughter of one of his campaign donors, announced that he will soon resign from the House of Representatives.

    This development comes hot on the heels of Democrat Congressman Anthony Weiner resigning a few weeks ago for sending out inappropriate photos to women on Twitter.

    And it wasn't too long ago that New York Democrat Governor Eliot Spitzer had to resign his office due to patronizing high priced call girls.

    Precisely what is it that makes these liberal Democrats think they can get away with this sort of bad behavior? One theory is that they were encouraged by former President Bill Clinton's relative ease at "slipping the noose" when he got caught fooling around with a young White House intern.

    President Clinton told his staff "we can win this thing" and he was right. After a protracted public relations campaign, Clinton actually ended up with higher approval ratings than he had before his sex scandal broke.

    But Clinton had all the power of the Presidency plus all the media support he needed, which is something that neither Spitzer, Weiner nor Wu had going for them.

    "This guy must have a screw loose"
    The lesson here might be, that unless you can marshal powerful forces in your media war, you might as well pack it in now.

    When reached for comment, former President Clinton told us: "This Wu guy must be nuts. I just can't understand how anyone can do something like this. He has caused so much pain for his wife and children. I'm just glad he resigned."Source URL:
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