Foley blasted 'vile' Clinton in 1998 for his 'sad sexual addiction'
For more than a week, members of Congress said they would avoid partisan politics when they got Kenneth Starr’s report on President Clinton. But when they finally saw it Friday, they split along party lines.
Republicans were aghast at Clinton’s behavior, with many saying it showed he had lied and abused his power.
“It’s vile,” said Rep. Mark Foley, R-West Palm Beach. “It’s more sad than anything else, to see someone with such potential throw it all down the drain because of a sexual addiction.”
Read the online chats at PageOneQ of the oh-so-discreet IMing of the former chair of the House Caucus on Missing and Exploited Children with a teenage House page:
Maf54 (7:58:59 PM): but it must feel great spirting on the towel
[redacted screenname] (7:59:06 PM): ya
Maf54 (7:59:29 PM): wow
Maf54 (7:59:48 PM): is your little guy limp…or growing
[redacted screenname] (7:59:54 PM): eh growing
Maf54 (8:00:00 PM): hmm
Maf54 (8:00:12 PM): so you got a stiff one now
[redacted screenname] (8:00:19 PM): not that fast
[redacted screenname] (8:00:20 PM): hey
[redacted screenname] (8:00:32 PM): so you have a fetich
So, let’s see what the Republican-controlled House plans to do about Foley. The reaction of the House leadership (denial, changing stories over who knew what and when) — and the lack of a reaction from the AmTaliban will prove what a sham they are putting on regarding “pro-family” values.