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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    So wait...

    She acted inappropriate with a subordinate, was found out, and then resigned?

    Well that synches it, string her up. Doesn't she know that when you screw around with a subordinate while being a politician you go on to attempt to define what "is" is and then its all okay? I mean, what? Does she think this is normal society and a business where bosses screwing with subordinates is a seriously bad thing?

    Though her mistake really was an obvious one. She shouldn't have resigned, she should've just changed her party affiliation to Democrat. Then apparently she'd have been free to do any immoral thing she wanted because we know that if you never suggest that people should ever attempt to be moral then you're fine to do any horrible thing you want because hey, at least you're not a hypocrite about morality and THAT'S what really matters.

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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    Yes...Bill Clinton classified as children anyone up to the age of 25 for the purpose of fudging his statistics on gun deaths...So yes...by his own definition he wasnt JUST having an affair with a subordinate (a major no-no in the fed world) but he was getting blow jobs and sticking his cigar in the vag of a child.


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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Some may know that I work in a State capital for a legislator. Believe me folks, this sort of thing knows no partisan boundaries, no ideological boundaries or no gender boundaries.
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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Some may know that I work in a State capital for a legislator. Believe me folks, this sort of thing knows no partisan boundaries, no ideological boundaries or no gender boundaries.
    Does it know orifice boundries?

    :rimshot:

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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Does it know orifice boundries?

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    I think you misspelled OFFICE.
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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    I think you misspelled OFFICE.
    Only if she likes it in the office towards the back.

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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Only if she likes it in the office towards the back.
    wait a minute! this is disturbing. In our office, there sits a assistant/aide who works up front... then my office is in the middle... the the reps office is in the back. From time to time we also get an intern who sits way up front next to the front door on the other side of a partition. That then puts me in the lower half of the middle. Any way you configure it, this is disturbing.

    Is this configuration making some sort of statement?
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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Funny how it's usually the righteous neo-cons who get caught engaging in questionable behavior. Gotta love the hypocrisy of modern politicians.

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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    So wait...

    She acted inappropriate with a subordinate, was found out, and then resigned?

    Well that synches it, string her up. Doesn't she know that when you screw around with a subordinate while being a politician you go on to attempt to define what "is" is and then its all okay? I mean, what? Does she think this is normal society and a business where bosses screwing with subordinates is a seriously bad thing?

    Though her mistake really was an obvious one. She shouldn't have resigned, she should've just changed her party affiliation to Democrat. Then apparently she'd have been free to do any immoral thing she wanted because we know that if you never suggest that people should ever attempt to be moral then you're fine to do any horrible thing you want because hey, at least you're not a hypocrite about morality and THAT'S what really matters.
    She didn't resign from her seat. Only her post as leader of her party.

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    Re: MN GOPer Resigns Leadership Post Over Alleged ‘Inappropriate Relationship’

    Quote Originally Posted by Temporal View Post
    Funny how it's usually the righteous neo-cons who get caught engaging in questionable behavior.
    Are you ****ing kidding me? From Clinton, to Edwards, to Anthony Weiner, you have to be pretty...ah...dedicated to the left to fail to notice their 'questionable behavior'. LOL

    Gotta love the hypocrisy of modern politicians.
    Not just politicians.

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