Friday, October 06, 2006

Needless to say, with respect to the upcoming election, the Foley scandal has less to do with Foley's abhorrent, inexcusable behavior and more to do with how Republicans did not deal with the situation when they had months, years, of prior knowledge about the serious problem.

Foleygate effectively highlights many of the more macro in size qualities we've come to realize about the modern-day version of the GOP: incompetence, denial, cover-up, blame others, dodge accountability, rampant hypocrisy, selfish preservation, politics come first, maintain power at all costs, blatantly lie, attempt to confuse the public -- the list goes on and on. And it's why they all must go.

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