Sunday, October 01, 2006

Not play the piper, Mark, PAY the piper

It looks like anFBI investigation into Mark's sexcapades is on...

Officials say the FBI and Department of Justice lawyers are trying to determine how many such e-mails were sent, how many different computers were used and whether any of the teenage victims will cooperate in the investigation.


Well, good! This sheister needs to feel the weight of the law he created.
It's possible Foley could be prosecuted under laws he helped to enact, as the co-chairman of the House Caucus on Missing and Exploited Children.

It is disgraceful that he played the two-faced wolf, ignoring the many facts that were sent to him about how that particular legislation will do NOTHING to actually help protect our kids. Time to pay the piper, Mark.

This has nothing to do with party - it has everything to do with the fact that sexual abusers tend to insulate themselves with good deeds, community service and altruistic activities - that way no one will suspect them. Of course, everyone is shocked when the abuse comes to light.

I certainly hope he does not get any points or leniency for his "good deeds" - no one else does. Already the NCMEC is saying they will "miss him" - what? WTF??? More hyprocacy! For any other sex offender it would be all venom and vitriol - screams that he will reoffend, the worst of the worst and all that bit. But I guess Markie's different?

No matter, he will soon find out what it means to be a pariah in our society: no where to live, work or be, hounded, harassed and in fear of his life - for the rest of his life. Oh, and the handy little mapping features on the online registries will let the vigilantes know exactly where he lives. That will at least redirect vigilantes away from little kids who are on the registry for playing doctor or just messing around, 'cause, in Mark's bill (the AWA), they are all required to be listed online, and many mislabeled as predators... for doing MUCH LESS than ol' Markie.

I guess he would know all that already, since he helped to write it, sponsor and make it a reality? Boy, that's gotta hurt!

I just feel badly for the pages he messed with - yuck! What a creepy experience that must have been for them. I wonder if they can sue him for sexual harassment? I think they are more deserving of his lifelong pension (read: OUR tax dollars) than he is!

What do you think, America? Fellow humans around the world?

2 Comments:

Anonymous Marcellus Wallace said...

Saw your comment at Raw Story and followed the link. I like the cut of your jib.

8:04 PM, October 02, 2006  
Blogger Sunny said...

Now Foley is claiming alcoholism to mask the pain of abuse by the hands of the clergy. I think Foley's lawyer may need the advise of a clergyman and a team of lawyers before this is over.

:)

7:02 PM, October 03, 2006  

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