The Second Declaration of Indepencence

Thursday, November 10, 2011

The hypocrisy of Sexual Harassment

Last night the question of sexual harassment was met with a resounding booing from the presidential debate audience making it clear that America was far more interested in solving America’s problems than speculating on yet another apparently made up sensational sexual scandal.

Whether or not the sexual allegations emanated from the left or from the right, you can bet that it was approved or maybe even sponsored by the Washington Mafia. One thing is for sure; America is getting suspicious of such allegations and rightfully so as it takes the spotlight from the real issues that need to be dealt with.

http://townhall.com/columnists/anncoulter/2011/11/09/david_axelrods_pattern_of_sexual_misbehavior/page/full/

It is kind of sad that America is saddled with mountains of ridiculous laws, rules, regulations and red tape to the level that it has killed the American dream, killed American freedom and killed the American economy but there is no apparent law against smearing good men with sensational material either made up or exaggerated for political gains.

Apparently t here is no law against government corruption as well, leastways not when you can appoint your own chief lawman to run interference for you.

I also find it somewhat amusing that Americans allow and even expect politicians to become corrupt and steal America blind but at the same time demand that they remain nearly as celibate as a roman priest, and we know how hard it is for even a priest sometimes to remain faithful to their chosen path.

Perhaps we are witnessing hypocrisy at its max.

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