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Re: What is pee oh are en?
I'd suggest that those who have had extramarital affairs should excuse
themselves from judging others who've been so accused. This advice if followed,
of course, would have precluded Congress from meeting a quorum call. And I do
understand all the ins and outs of the difference between being accused of lying
under oath and having an affair. If I choose to summarize Hyde's participation
in what's intended to be a somewhat humorous way, that's my choice. Who can take
these people seriously? I just want them out of my life, an apparently
I'd also suggest that you drop into name calling a little too hastily and with
incomplete knowledge. You may want to rethink the position that just because
someone may or may not have paid attention to the impeachment proceedings (talk
about a major time waster, right up there with OJ), s/he is a yokel.
Linda Phillips wrote:
> Some of you yokels need to get out of the darkroom now and then. Perhaps
> read a newspaper so you don't come off as such idiots. I never thought I'd
> be put in the position of defending the likes of a Henry Hude, but really.
> The guy didn't actually 'dump all over "BILL", he was the damn CHAIR of the
> Judiciary Committee that was deciding on what to do with the IMPEACHMENT of
> your PRESIDENT. Hyde's efforts in playing peacemaker were appreciated by
> Democrats and Republicans alike.
> And Judy blurts, "he had a problem. Either financial abuse or peophilia."
> PEDOPHILIA???!!! Judy, you should be ashamed. His "problem" was an affair
> he had with a married woman thirty years ago.
> >From: Pam Niedermayer <email@example.com>
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> >Subject: Re: What is pee oh are en?
> >Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 14:41:22 -0500
> >Oh, he'd been dumping all over Bill for his sexual transgressions with
> >et al; but, low [sic] and behold, turns out he'd been having at least one
> >extramarital affair for quite some time. And the Democrats were accused of
> >playing unfair when that was revealed. Boy, don't these politicians just
> >the cake sometimes, bunch of hypocrits, as are a very high percentage of
> >the public.
> >Judy Seigel wrote:
> > > ...
> > > However, I just asked my daughter, who was a reporter for the Chicago
> > > Tribune for 8 years, what she knew about the estimable Henry Hyde. She
> > > answered (distractedly) "he had a problem." So long ago she couldn't
> > > remember details: "either financial abuse or pedophilia." Whether
> > > this confusion is grounds for sarcasm or an apt reflection on current
> > > journalism, I cannae say. But, she added, "everyone from Illinois had
> > > kind of scandal at the time, from Rostenkowski on down."
> > > ...
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