Republican Representatives of 1994 Enjoyed Their Washington Stay – While It Lasted — 6 Comments

  1. Hey, you forgot ol’ Newtie Gingrich, who was the first Speaker of the House to be reprimanded by his colleagues for ethics violations.

    You also omitted Tom DeLay, who was indicted in 2005 for a felony conspiracy charge, and was later implicated in the Jack Abramoff scandal.
    .-= Larry Wallberg´s last blog pithDear Athiest =-.

  2. No, both representatives. (Hint: You can’t get to be Speaker of the House unless you’re in the House.)

    I can hear you smacking yourself upside the head all the way over here on tother side of the state.
    .-= Larry Wallberg´s last blog pithDear Athiest =-.

  3. God, if all it takes to get laid in this world is to be a Republican, no wonder it’s been a dry spell for the last 7 years.

    Guess I need to change parties, at least until I am old and shriveled up. Then I can go back to being a democrat.
    .-= Absurdist´s last blog pithAn Apology to Family =-.

  4. Well like they say, “power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” These people are abusing there so-called powers thinking they can get away with it. Since they are infuential, people are easily swayed with their smooth-talking and prestige. It’s the same in every country, not just in the US. At least in the US politicians have enough decency left to step down when they are caught red-handed. In another country I know of, you deny everything and carry it to your grave. Even run for president again even when already convicted of a crime. Sheesh!
    .-= Bleka tänderna´s last blog pithTandblekning Hemma =-.

    • Couldn’t said it better myself. They are using there powers and then they are getting away with it. Always the same, doesn’t matter how is ruling the country. It will still be the same.