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   Divorce trial testimony shows that 100% pro-life, family values, Tea Party congressman and doctor had affairs with three co-workers, two patients and a drug rep, and supported his wife's decision to get two abortions

16 Nov 2012 09:02 AM   |   10278 clicks   |   Chattanooga Times Free Press
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soia     
Why does the MSM keep bringing this up when we have a fiscal cliff which will usher in the apocalypse and turn all english speaking white people into dark skinned spanish speaking mexicans?

16 Nov 2012 09:05 AM
GranoblasticMan     
He's rich and white, so he's absolved from those sins.

16 Nov 2012 09:05 AM
Farking Canuck     
What a surprise! A republican campaigning on a platform of lies and hypocrisy.

16 Nov 2012 09:05 AM
Satanic_Hamster     
But he apologized for it so it's all in the past. On the same note, the Democrat party can never be trusted because Bill Clinton got a blow job 20 years ago.

16 Nov 2012 09:06 AM
ablank     
was the obvious tag not working today?

16 Nov 2012 09:06 AM
Nurglitch     
To play the devil's advocate, maybe he's seen first-hand the damage done by his pro-choice, anti-family activities?

16 Nov 2012 09:07 AM
camaroash     
"Guilty dog barks the loudest." -- Southern proverb

16 Nov 2012 09:07 AM
Arumat     

Nurglitch: To play the devil's advocate, maybe he's seen first-hand the damage done by his pro-choice, anti-family activities?


Like the damage this will do to his next re-election campaign?

16 Nov 2012 09:07 AM
PawisBetlog     
Wow, this sucks. But lets be honest, it's a total outlier, unlikely to be seen again in our lifetimes, so lets just ignore it and pretend it never happened ok?

16 Nov 2012 09:08 AM
Pants full of macaroni!!     
Republicans can do whatever they want because they've already been saved and are going to heaven whether you Liberal sinners like it or not.

16 Nov 2012 09:10 AM
legion_of_doo     
he's absolutely the only hypocrite politician on either side, so rejoice, citizens.

/ can we just abolish the politics tab since all of the flame bait goes to Main anyway?

16 Nov 2012 09:10 AM
camaroash     

Arumat: Nurglitch: To play the devil's advocate, maybe he's seen first-hand the damage done by his pro-choice, anti-family activities?

Like the damage this will do to his next re-election campaign?


He'll just blame it all on "Satan's temptation" and his target demographic will accept that because it gives them the same "out".

16 Nov 2012 09:11 AM
RoxtarRyan     
Only thing missing is a gay lover.

16 Nov 2012 09:12 AM
theorellior    [TotalFark]  
Overzealous staffer?

16 Nov 2012 09:12 AM
Wookie Milson     
I'm shocked. Shocked, I tells ya...
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16 Nov 2012 09:13 AM
minnesotaboy     
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* Supported his ex-wife's abortions (plural)
* Had unsafe sex with co-workers
* Buys illegal imported Head Wax
 

16 Nov 2012 09:13 AM
The Southern Logic Company     
MY GOD, POLITICIANS LIE?

WHY DIDN'T ANYONE TELL ME

16 Nov 2012 09:14 AM
bunner     
Oh, hypocrites. Up yours. You tedious, squinty, preposterous dolts.

16 Nov 2012 09:14 AM
MycroftHolmes     
His wife secretly wanted those babies. It is my understanding that the human body has ways of preventing unwanted pregnancies

16 Nov 2012 09:15 AM
SirDigbyChickenCaesar     

Farking Canuck: What a surprise! A republican politician campaigning on a platform of lies and hypocrisy.


Don't have such a narrow view of things.

16 Nov 2012 09:15 AM
Lunaville     
I am beginning to understand why these people operate under the illusion that the typical American woman undergoes five or six abortions in a life time.

Dear Extremists,
It is not the typical American woman who undergoes five or six abortions in a lifetime. Moderate Republican women, Democratic women, Green Party Women, and so on; none of them personally undergo a slew of abortions. It is only your women who are doing this sort of thing.
Sincerely,
The Rest of Us

16 Nov 2012 09:16 AM
abhorrent1     
Oh Look! A moralistic, fmaily values pushing, anti-gay, pro-life douchebag republican does everything he's constantly railing against.
Live your life according to my rules. But remember, they don't apply to me.

Farking asshole. Die.

16 Nov 2012 09:17 AM
bwilson27     
Root em out, Joe! Root em out Joe! Send them off to a Commie a go-go!!

16 Nov 2012 09:17 AM
The Fifth Dentist     
Why would a gay guy have to deal with his beard's abortions?

16 Nov 2012 09:17 AM
rev. dave     
Will say anything for a vote from the stupids.

16 Nov 2012 09:19 AM
abhorrent1     
"Abortions for me, Rape babies, for everyone else!"

/vote DesJarlais

16 Nov 2012 09:19 AM
Lunaville     

Lunaville: I am beginning to understand why these people operate under the illusion that the typical American woman undergoes five or six abortions in a life time.

Dear Extremists,
It is not the typical American woman who undergoes five or six abortions in a lifetime. Moderate Republican women, Democratic women, Green Party Women, and so on; none of them personally undergo a slew of abortions. It is only your women who are doing this sort of thing.
Sincerely,
The Rest of Us


Silly me, I should have thrown pro-choice women into that list of women who don't have repeated abortions. I suspect pro-choice women likely have the fewest abortions as a group because they are best informed about the risks of sexual intimacy and their birth control options. They are, therefore, less likely to end up surprise pregnant.

16 Nov 2012 09:19 AM
Sock Ruh Tease     
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16 Nov 2012 09:23 AM
Tigger    [TotalFark]  

Lunaville: Lunaville: I am beginning to understand why these people operate under the illusion that the typical American woman undergoes five or six abortions in a life time.

Dear Extremists,
It is not the typical American woman who undergoes five or six abortions in a lifetime. Moderate Republican women, Democratic women, Green Party Women, and so on; none of them personally undergo a slew of abortions. It is only your women who are doing this sort of thing.
Sincerely,
The Rest of Us

Silly me, I should have thrown pro-choice women into that list of women who don't have repeated abortions. I suspect pro-choice women likely have the fewest abortions as a group because they are best informed about the risks of sexual intimacy and their birth control options. They are, therefore, less likely to end up surprise pregnant.


Of course.

It's the golden rule of being a Republican. Whatever they accuse everyone else of is something that they are doing:

manipulating elections
skewing polls
defrauding welfare

The reason they think the world is an evil place full of morally bankrupt shiftless hucksters is they think it's populated by people like them.

16 Nov 2012 09:26 AM
Bigdogdaddy     
This is one issue I have with anti-abortion people. I tell them that rich people will be able to get abortions because they will go to Europe, Canada or wherever it is legal. Now, if they really want to make it illegal, they'll do it like they do people that go to foreign countries to have sex with minors and prosecute them.. Of course that won't happen because people with money live by different rules than poor people do.

16 Nov 2012 09:28 AM
Two16     

RoxtarRyan: Only thing missing is a gay lover.


Give it time.

16 Nov 2012 09:29 AM
Molavian     

Farking Canuck: What a surprise! A republican campaigning on a platform of lies and hypocrisy.


Whoa, now. How are you getting that he's a Republican? I didn't read anything about anonymous gay sex in a bathroom stall.

16 Nov 2012 09:29 AM
mmagdalene     
...aaaaand a partridge in a pear tree.

16 Nov 2012 09:30 AM
Ronin_S     
Remember its only his wife that got an abortion because the fetus had a horrible condition that would result in a nonviable pregnancy (*cough*ectopic pregnancy*cough*). It was only his wife that had an awful medical condition where if she didn't abort her life would be in danger. Only her doctor said it had to be done after careful thought and preparation. Only her abortion was going to be long, painful and traumatic. Everyone else's abortion is totally immoral and because she was a filthy, filthy, slut.

16 Nov 2012 09:33 AM
ghare     
Republicans understand that rulers don't need the morals that the poor need, because they're leaders and not poor. Poor people have to be given stricter codes of conduct, because they're weak and stupid and need them, otherwise they wouldn't be poor. Both poor Republicans and rich Republicans understand this.

16 Nov 2012 09:34 AM
pciszek     
Why the heck is this on the main page instead of the Politics tab?

16 Nov 2012 09:34 AM
NickBush24    [TotalFark]  

Nurglitch: To play the devil's advocate, maybe he's seen first-hand the damage done by his pro-choice, anti-family activities?


Could be that he was "born again" after these incidents. If that's the case I applaud him for at least trying to be a better person. Still no excuse for having a shiatty platform, though. It's like a former alcoholic pushing for prohibition.

/dude could have unimpeachable character, he'd still be a festering coont for espousing such idiotic policies.

16 Nov 2012 09:35 AM
No Time To Explain     
Why does this have a dumbass tag instead of an obvious tag?

16 Nov 2012 09:35 AM
clowncar on fire     

soia: Why does the MSM keep bringing this up when we have a fiscal cliff which will usher in the apocalypse and turn all english speaking white people into dark skinned spanish speaking mexicans?


You forgot the opening of the 7th seal: Hostess is closing their doors and Twinkies will be no more.

16 Nov 2012 09:37 AM
pciszek     

Ronin_S: It was only his wife that had an awful medical condition where if she didn't abort her life would be in danger.


I know that some individual Republicans have taken the "no exceptions" stance, claiming that situations like that do not exist, but what did this year's party platform say? Did it make exceptions for the life of the mother?

16 Nov 2012 09:37 AM
KawaiiNot     
Well duh...Rules and Moral codes only apply to the poor. Real Repubs are rich and therefor exempt from living by what they claim to believe.

16 Nov 2012 09:38 AM
Tenga     
He's my Congressman. I voted against him, but knew he would win because there's an "R" next to his name.

One thing is for sure though, he will be primaried next time, and we will have a new Congessman in 2 years.

/never thought I would say it, but between this guy and Fleishmann, I miss Zack Wamp

16 Nov 2012 09:39 AM
TheOther     
To be fair, pharm reps are just fleshlights with drug samples, so does that even count?

16 Nov 2012 09:39 AM
Two16     

Molavian: Farking Canuck: What a surprise! A republican campaigning on a platform of lies and hypocrisy.

Whoa, now. How are you getting that he's a Republican? I didn't read anything about anonymous gay sex in a bathroom stall.


Give it time.

16 Nov 2012 09:40 AM
david_gaithersburg     
Fiscal responsibility now = pro lifer. Oh Tay.

16 Nov 2012 09:41 AM
BolshyGreatYarblocks     
Is it bigotry to distrust people automatically when they look like Cheney, Blofeld AND Largo at the same time?

16 Nov 2012 09:42 AM
StoPPeRmobile     

legion_of_doo: / can we just abolish the politics tab since all of the flame bait goes to Main anyway?


16 Nov 2012 09:42 AM
clowncar on fire     

pciszek: Why the heck is this on the main page instead of the Politics tab?


There's no opposition to oppose so they've expanded into more fertile tabs looking for fresh meat.

16 Nov 2012 09:42 AM
Two16     

NickBush24: Nurglitch: To play the devil's advocate, maybe he's seen first-hand the damage done by his pro-choice, anti-family activities?

Could be that he was "born again" after these incidents. If that's the case I applaud him for at least trying to be a better person. Still no excuse for having a shiatty platform, though. It's like a former alcoholic pushing for prohibition.

/dude could have unimpeachable character, he'd still be a festering coont for espousing such idiotic policies.


Except, in that case, the person wouldn't be a frak'n hypocrite. This piece of grime is.

16 Nov 2012 09:45 AM
special20    [TotalFark]  

Farking Canuck: What a surprise! A republican campaigning on a platform of lies and hypocrisy.


16 Nov 2012 09:45 AM
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