stockingfull wrote:coalkirk wrote:I wouldn't have been in a position to have to lie about it because I wouldn't use my authority over a subordinate to coerce sex. This was not an isolated incident with him. There are several other women who were coerced or downright forced. They were marginlized, paid off or scared to death to talk. Quite the role model and leader.
Skirt-chaser, yessiree. But that doesn't mean he necessarily coerced anything.
Necessarily coerced anything? Nice word parsing, definately worthy of Bill Clinton. Juanita Broderick claims she was raped, Kathleen wiley was pressed up against bookshelves and groped. Make kight of it in typical lefty fashion but these are sex crimes, plain and simple. If anyone of us did these acts, we would be arrested, punished annd put on a sexual predators list. Bill is lionized by the zombie like masses of yellow dog democrats, including NOW. Unbelievable. The left will bend over backwards making excuses for the Clintons. The amazing part to me also is Hillary was aware of these incidents and was leading the intimidation campaign against these women to keep them quiet. So ambitious and hungry for power she was willing to sanction sex crimes by her husband. There's something really wrong in that house.
For real coercion, I think, you've got to look to the homo-hating, page-punishing GOP homos, like Mark Foley and, ah, remember Bob Bauman?
There's no bias in the news media, stockingfull has it all. You missed a few names on this list of congressional sex escapades, didn't you? Gary Studds? Banrey Frank? That piece of work was caught hiring a male prostitute and then being involved in running a drug operation out of his Washington townhouse. The difference is Rebublicans deal with their own when it happens, democrats wink, nod and celebrate it.