Dan blogged the other day on New York Democratic Congressman Eric Massa and the hypocricy of the gay Left in America today, concluding that:
[P]erhaps because of that all-purpose (D) after their names, they become immune to criticism from those who claim to speak for our community.
While possibly simply a lashing back, today we learn that
soon to be ex possibly non-resigning Congressman Massa is accusing the Democratic leadership of bullying him out due to his “no” vote on health care and suggesting that he may take back his resignation after all. Honestly, it sounds kinda fishy. (Didn’t he say he was resigning because of his health? What? Is he suddenly feeling more spry?) On the other hand, who would put this past the Speaker and her minions?
So what side do you take? The alleged gay sex-accoster who can’t decide if he should stay or go? Or the clearly proven snake-in-the-grass Democratic leadership whose stated goal is to pass the Stalinization of Health Care Bill whether they have to pole-vault over or parachute in? With determination like that, and given she’s pretty much told her caucus to sacrifice their own jobs over it, what’s the destruction of an innocent man if it means one fewer “no” vote?
It’s hard to take sides in this one, isn’t it?
-Nick (ColoradoPatriot, from HQ)
UPDATE: Here’s something. Apparently Rahm Emanuel might be guilty of his own creepieness: Approaching other naked dudes in the Congressional Showers!