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Nigerian Scammers to fault in Senator Mark Foley's scandal

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10 October 2006

“I didn't have sexual relations with that underage boy...

...I mean, I wanted to.
~ Mark Foley, R-Fla.

edit In it for the Money, not for the Honey

Washington, D.C. -— House speaker Dennis Hastert R-Ill., is trying to change the subject. But the accusations about Hastert subordinates who were allegedly told about Congressman Mark Foley's questionable activities keep coming. But new evidence seems to lead investigators to the conclusion that Foley isn't to blame, but rather the alcohol, his childhood, Jesus, the weather, and among other things, Niggers.

Niggerhorn

Hastert spoke to reporters Tuesday insisting that he and the GOP House leadership had found conclusive evidence that a ring of Nigerian scammers generated the email from the months prior; futile attempts in seducing old congressmen with the lure of underage boy-meat.


“It's obscene, yet... strangely arousing.,

I cannot put my finger on it... or can I?'
~ Mark Foley, R-Fla.


These messages were the man-candy which our government urns for; the sole weakness which the United States has. Meanwhile ABC News has learned that one former staffer who worked for the GOP leadership will tell the House Ethics Committee Thursday about an incident several years ago when he was alerted that an apparently inebriated Foley had tried to gain access to the Page dormitory: codenamed "Gryffindor." Analysts predict this will generate four television documentaries, and an erotica book deal.


edit Sources

  • Kyle Kennedy "[ Nigerian Scammers to fault in Senator Mark Foley's scandal]". Reuters, October 10, 2006


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