Posts Tagged ‘affair’

Monica Lewinsky and Why the Left Should Feel Ashamed

Posted by Troy on 6th May 2014 in Current Events, Political

She’s come back into the news, and her name brings up some old issues for me.  Her case definitely makes you see the hypocrisy of the left.  We had a much younger intern who was taken advantage of and seduced by her boss.  Had her boss been the head of a Fortune 500 company, NOW and the left in general would have called for his head (unless the boss in question was a major donor to the Democrats).  Instead, they rallied around her boss.  Why?  Because he was a Democrat and he was a President.  Make no mistake, if the tables were turned, Republicans probably would have done the same in the face of a Republican President because it is never about the offense but rather if they have a D or an R after their name.  So you had a President lie.  Not only did he lie, but he showed how much contempt he had for the American people by trying to convince us that he did not lie because it really depends on what the definition of “is” is.  Recall that?  He thinks we’re all morons.  But rather than get mad at a man taking advantage of a woman, what did they do?  They attacked the girl.  They called her horrible names and talked about her weight and how unattractive she was.  Again, if another woman was in that position, they would have run to her aid, but since protecting Bill was their top priority, they chewed her up and spat her out.  Was she fashion model quality?  No, but she was far from the pig the media made her out to be.  She went on to become a social pariah and the butt of a joke.  Meanwhile, they elevated him to Olympus.  There is no one that I will defend if they are in the wrong, and I damn sure wouldn’t shred the victim of someone I thought was in the wrong.  For shame!

Long Live the Constitution!

Petraeus Scandal

Posted by Troy on 12th November 2012 in Current Events, Political

It appears that his biographer had access to secret information.  If that’s the case, then that is most definitely inappropriate.  However, if he was merely having an affair, I really couldn’t care less.  It’s the circumstances, not the act that I find objectionable.  For instance, when it was Bill Clinton, it was the perjury that pissed me off.  The same thing here.  It is silly to think that politicians and powerful men will not cheat.  Biologically speaking, we are programed to gain riches and power to increase our chances of procreation.  If not for the secrets, this is a non-story.

Long Live the Constitution!

Herman Cain’s mistress

Posted by Troy on 1st December 2011 in Current Events, Political

I know I’m going to look like an idiot, but I still believe him.  He’s either telling the truth or is just an incredible liar.  I liken it to when you have a good friend who is arrested.  The cops found fingerprints all over the place.  He had blood on his hands.  His story sounds insane.  But, when he looks you in the eye and says, “I know how it looks, but I didn’t do it,” you believe him.  There is definitely an effort to get rid of Cain.  False allegations would work just as well as real ones.  Here are some points that work in his favor, in my opinion:

His wife would have to be brain-dead not to notice something was up after thirteen years.

Thirteen years is a long time to be sneakin’.  Someone would have seen this girl eventually, and we haven’t seen a host of collaborators at this point, which is odd.

During the timeframe in quesiton, he had stage 4 cancer, which would make gettin’ your groove on more difficult and that much more difficult to hide.

Thirteen years is a long time to be involved with someone.  I would assume that you would have actual feelings for someone, and as such, you wouldn’t want to stab them in the back the way Ginger White is doing. 

Based on these points, I’m still willing to give Herman Cain a chance to clear his name before I cast him off.  Even with the affair though, I still view him as the best choice up there.

Long Live the Constitution!

Who would you vote for?

Posted by Troy on 29th November 2011 in Current Events, Political

There are two candidates.  One drinks, smokes, eats rich foods and is fat, is disrespectful to women, and is generally viewed as a horrible person.  The other doesn’t smoke, doesn’t drink exercises, is a vegetarian, and is a war hero.

If you voted for the war hero, congrats!  You just voted for Hitler.  The other guy was Churchill.

My point: personality should be a second consideration when choosing a candidate.  In this regard, I am still supporting Herman Cain as my choice.  Honestly, what business it of mine if the allegations are true?  Who the hell cares?  Now, I can understand being upset with an allegation that Rick Perry sold his vote as he might do the same as President.  I can understand if you worry that Newt or Romney flip flop because they could say something to just get elected and then do just whatever they want.  There are different classes for moral weaknesses.  No one up there is perfect.  Unless Jesus himself comes down and runs for the nomination, quit looking for a perfect candidate.  Look for one that will get the job done and can beat Obama.  I think Cain is the guy.

Long Live the Constitution!