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Pressure Building on Menendez: Senator Dodging Questions About Alleged Sex With Underage Prostitutes

PurpleStateBlueVote Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 11:57 AM
Did you miss the part that one of you geniuses was complaining about how UNFAIR it is that conservative politicians leave office when they're discovered to be "deviants", by your definition? If it's unfair, stop doing it.
wiseone Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 12:35 PM
As usual you, the liberal have it backwards. What's "fair" is for liberals to apply the same rules to liberals that they apply to conservatives. That means it would have been "fair" for Bill Clinton to have been forced to resign (IOW - the GOP House shouldn't have had to impeach him) over Monicagate, and not just because he obviously committed perjury, obstruction of justice, and contempt of court.

He should have been forced to resign because in 1992 he appeared on national TV with Hillary and confessed to having caused "pain in my marriage' with the implication being that he was sorry and repentant and that he was putting that all behind him so it was OK to vote for him for President.

That is what would have been "fair".

Democratic Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey thought allegations of sexual intercourse with underage prostitutes in the Dominican Republic would be going away now that he's been easily re-elected in the Garden State, but pressure is building as the FBI investigates the issue.  Menendez has been dodging Breitbart reporters Matt Boyle and Kerry Picket in order to avoid public questions about the scandal.

Senator Bob Menendez  (D - NJ) did not want to talk about allegations on Monday regarding an FBI inquiry that apparently show Sen. Menendez was sleeping with underage prostitutes.  Sen. Menendez told Breitbart News,...