Thursday, September 10, 2009

Another one bites the dust

Mike Duvall

Another "family values" republican resigns for telling another assemblyman that he was having an affair with two different lobbyist women at the same time. When called out on it he says it was all a lie. If that were the case why would you give graphic details to a coworker and get caught on tape? Unless he's a pathelogical liar most guys I've worked with only disclose such info when it's true. And at some point you'll usually catch them hanging with their booty call at a party or club.
Now don't get me wrong I could care less what somebody does in their private life but for these guys to claim to be morally superior to the rest of us mere mortals and then do something like this, then I say the penalties should be double the standard.


BBC said...

I remember family values. But it seems that those days are far behind us.

J. Marquis said...

The Republicans seem to be covering all the bases...mistresses, spanking, airport bathroom sex, congressional pages. They're like the Penthouse Forum Party.

Paul said...

“Family Values” California state assemblyman representing Orange County, Republican Michael D. Duvall, resigns for apparently not cheating on his wife. Well you have to take his word for it, or maybe believe that hypocrisy has been bred in. In my opinion the Republican Party has been taken over the most extreme religious right (people who love to push their beliefs on others while trying to take away rights of those they just hate) and that’s who they need to extract from their party if they real want to win. Good Luck, because as they said in WACO, “We Ain’t Coming Out”. He is just another name that can be added to the list of Republican 2009 summer of love: Senator John Ensign (NV), Senator Paul Stanley (TN), Governor Mark Stanford (SC), SC Board of Ed Chair, Kristin Maguire.

dana said...

I still re-run my yearly 9/11 tribute post to my husband and all firefighters. It still has all the ORIGINAL comments from my readers and you are there. It's kind of a trip down memory lane for all of us, and I invite readers to continue to leave comments, year after year, as a type of "blogger reunion".