Disorder in the house

Hastert: I saw nothing. I know nothing.

The Washington Times wants House Speaker Dennis Hastert, who ignores moral failings, to step aside and let Henry Hyde, a moral failure, take his place leading the Republicans.

Yes. This Henry Hyde.

Shtup housewives, not pages, I always say…

Snodgrass says Hyde carried on a five-year sexual relationship with his then-wife, Cherie, that shattered his family. Hyde admitted to Salon Wednesday that he had been involved with Cherie Snodgrass, and that the relationship ended after Hyde’s wife found out about it. At the time of the affair, which lasted from 1965 to 1969, Fred Snodgrass was a furniture salesman in Chicago, and his wife was a beauty stylist. They had three small children, two girls and a boy. Hyde, then 41 years old, was a lawyer and rising star in Republican state politics.

Is their bench really so thin that the best they can come up with is MILFMaster Henry?

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