Thursday, July 16, 2009

These guys just can't keep it in their pants

Another (this time former) republican senator gets exposed in an affair. It would be bad enough that he got caught but he's another one of those "moral values" type bible thumpers out of the C street bordello. Good ole boy Chip Pickering former republican senator from Mississippi lost all the way around except financially (that is until his wife finishes off his bank account). His mistress gives him an ultimadum either quit the senate or the party's over. He quits, his wife divorces him and the relationship seems to be over with the mistress. So what does an ex senator do? He gets a job as a lobbist for a cell phone company that he had ties to in Mississippi.
For those of you who aren't familiar with C street it's a building and a rather strange form of Christianity that goes along with it. Much like a YMCA for senators but with a twist. Their brand of Christianity puts their members above the law. They seem to have this idea that they are the chosen ones and everyone else be damned. They even hold Hitler in high esteem. Does this sound familiar? Do the white supremicists of Northern Idaho come to mind? All activity from this club is supposed to be held in high secrecy.
And this is the same club who's member include Ensign and Sanford.

Geez guys wouldn't it just be cheaper to just hire a call girl?

Update: SW Anderson corrects me on this. Pickering was a memebr of the house not senate. I guess this is equal opportunity philandering as far as the congress is concerned.


S.W. anderson said...

Hire a hooker? Oh no, he's a hunk of burning love for his sweetie on the side. Pickering reportedly had a relationship with the same sweetie before he married and had five — count 'em, five — children with his wife.

Pickering might be a hunk of burning love with his lover but he's a no-good piece of something you don't want to step in when it comes to traditional family values.

BTW, Pickering was a representative, not a senator. In fact, he decided not to run for Trent Lott's seat because his lover said it was either her or a Senate seat, and he chose her.

Tom Harper said...

That house on C Street is a lot more sinister than most people know. It's run by "The Family" aka "The Fellowship." Google either of those names and you'll get a sordid view of America's history, going back to the 1930s. That organization is the reason Big Business, devout Christians and white racists groups have been working closely together.

Snave said...

When I think of a name like "The Family" I think of stuff like organized crime. In this case, I think it's just about the same thing.

I hadn't read your post on this before I posted about it today. This is scary stuff. It needs lots and lots of media exposure in order to get people to not be so easily hoodwinked into voting for such creepy types.

Mike Licht said...

There's nothing sinister about the C Street Fellowship. The group just believes that "love thy neighbor" trumps the Ten Commandments if you're rich, white, male and Republican.