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33: About Gov. Patterson

Posted by ridor9th on March 19, 2008

Hahahahaha!

I cannot help but burst out laughing when I heard about New York’s Governor Paterson who replaced Eliot Spitzer after the sex scandal exploded in his face which prompted the Republicans in New York to pressure Eliot to resign.  Democrats abandoned Spitzer as if he has some kind of plague.

Well, well, well. Men are pigs. Paterson has replaced Spitzer and yet, he admitted that he cheated on his wife several times in the past. Should we replace him as well?

Hell, at the pace we are going, we’ll remove everyone else from the position — let’s face the music. Everyone else cheats at some point in their lives.

If Paterson can admit that he fucked women behind his wife and remain as the Governor, that is double standard! Well, Eliot cheated, too. With a prostitute, but so what? What’s the difference?

I’ll admit that Democrats are likely to commit adultery while Republicans tend to do much worse — the majority of Republicans are in the closet — Look at Larry Craig, Mark Foley, Ken Mehlman, David Deier, Ed Schrock, Matt Drudge and James McCrecy — they tend to be in the closet, voted against the rights of gays and lesbians and yet, fucking the same gender in public bathrooms!  Of course, Matt Drudge does not vote but he is closeted Republican who attacked people that promoted the rights of gays and lesbians repeatedly on his website.

I think everyone, Democrat and Republican alike, is guilty of sexual indiscretion at some point in their lives. But Republicans has it much worse. I’d say that the repression gets the worst out of their lives at some point.

I had a friend who works for a catering company in Manhattan and he had to cater at a private party hosted by closeted Republicans during the Republicans National Convention in 2004.  He said that he cannot identify who’s who at the party but rest assured, it was mind-boggling thing to deal.  He said that he had to sign the forms to ensure that they cannot spill the beans of what they saw at this particular party.  He went on to say that very wealthy, famous, well-known men whom we thought are straight were fucking each other like wild animals in the party.  Oh, by the way, my friend mentioned that the majority of these men are married.

Ahh, c’est la vie.

Now, what to do with Gov. Paterson since he already admitted that he cheated on his wife not once but several times in the past?  Where is the uproar about him resigning from these Republicans?  They are noticeably quiet about it.

I never claimed that Spitzer should resign. I just thought it was hysterical that he was caught with his pants down. But I also thought that he should not resign. The ones who called for his resignation? We should dig in their past — I can attest that they did cheat on their spouses.

Mark my words — they did, trust me. I know. I’m man. I’m 34. I know men very well.

Cheers,

R-

9 Responses to “33: About Gov. Patterson”

  1. dog food said

    the cock is mightier than the sword.

  2. Silly Tony said

    It sure feels good to be naughty once a while. The goal is not to get caught.

  3. Matthew said

    Now, what to do with Gov. Paterson since he already admitted that he cheated on his wife not once but several times in the past? Where is the uproar about him resigning from these Republicans? They are noticeably quiet about it.

    As usual, when a Dem. misbehaves, you try to divert attention and shift the onus to the Republicans. Some likely explanations as to why there is no GOP chorus calling for the new gov’s resignation:

    1. It’s been less than two days since Patterson acknowledged being a serial adulter;

    2. Unlike with Spitzer, there have been no allegations of law-breaking (as of yet); and

    3. If Patterson did resign, he would be replaced by the NY Senate majority leader, Joseph Bruno (age 79). If the NY GOP sought Patterson’s resignation, the Dems could rightly accuse the GOP of trying to swipe the governor’s office from them. Who needs it?

    To paraphrase the old adage, when your foes are trying to destroy themselves, the best thing to do is to stand by and watch.

  4. ridor9th said

    Matthew: Ann is not credible commentator. Just ask anyone else. They always snicker when someone else mentioned Mann Coulter’s name.

    And who are you to make an assumption that I try to divert attention — the point is that both parties are guilty but the majority of Republicans are famous in doing that. Just ask Larry Craig and Mark Foley.

    As for your 1: Please. When spitzer first revealed, it was less than 5 hours before Republicans demanded his resignation. LOL.

    2. As for Spitzer, it is all allegations until one is proven guilty in the court of law.

    3. Whatever you say, Matthew, whatever you say.

    R-

  5. h... said

    thought blind people were holy…

  6. Darren said

    Here is a sex scandal I know you will love– http://willdo.philadelphiaweekly.com/archives/2008/03/a_new_old_gover.html

  7. Apparently, Ridor, you have never heard of Bohemian Grove? Both Republican and Democrat men as well as the world’s most powerful or richest men attended there for decades. It’s a place such men like them can get away with anything without worrying about what others would have think of them otherwise. Sex and power goes hand in hand for centuries, Ridor.

  8. ridor9th said

    Underhill: Interesting stuff! I hadn’t heard of it until you mentioned it. That does not surprise me at all. In fact, I met one of justices at Crew Club in DC. Yep, one of these men on the Supreme Court — actually, I did not realize him until days later after I saw him — I saw the photo in a magazine and the bulb goes off in my head …

    R-

  9. Matthew said

    ridor9th Says:

    Underhill: Interesting stuff! I hadn’t heard of it until you mentioned it. That does not surprise me at all. In fact, I met one of justices at Crew Club in DC. Yep, one of these men on the Supreme Court

    Him? http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/images/souter.jpg
    Wouldn’t surprise me. Neither would this:

    Further …

    And who are you to make an assumption that I try to divert attention — the point is that both parties are guilty but the majority of Republicans are famous in doing that. Just ask Larry Craig and Mark Foley.
    ——-
    An assertion, not an assumption. Mark Foley? So 2006. Larry Craig? So 2007. Let’s be more contemporary, shall we? Sex scandals have a relatively short shelf life nowadays.

    As for your 1: Please. When spitzer first revealed, it was less than 5 hours before Republicans demanded his resignation. LOL.
    ——–
    Spitzer had a track record for misconduct (i.e, dirty tricks – misusing the NY State Police to spy on political foes). Hooker-gate was the proverbial last straw. Spitzer misconduct v. Patterson misconduct is classic apples-to-oranges.

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