Saturday, April 28, 2007

Finally, a sex scandal. Now can we impeach him?

After the lying, obfuscation, war, pestilence, plague, and famine that have come to define the Presidency of George Bush, we finally have a sex scandal.

Seems Randall Tobias, the Undersecretary of State got caught in a web of a DC madam's prosecution. She's not going down without a fight, so she's naming names.

The best part--he's the AIDS czar in charge of the administration's abstinence and faithful monogamy iniatives. Of course he's married. That goes without saying.

Can we go ahead and get rid of Bush now? Or do we have to wait until he lies about it and then impeach him?

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