Bill Clinton wasn’t the only politician to think getting a blow job from a young intern wasn’t sex. Others also claimed getting a little head wasn’t the same as crawling into bed with someone.
"We had oral sex. He prefers that modus operandi because then he can say, ‘I never slept with her.’" says Anne Manning, a married woman who had an affair with former GOP Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.
Mary Carey is a porn star who ran for governor of California (she lost although she might have been better in the job than the Terminator).
She’s also a guest of the President and Republican members of Congress at fancy fundraising dinners. And, she says, some Republicans got drunk and hit on her. "The guys in the NRCC (National Republican Congressional Committee) are very, very nice," she says. "I signed autographs for the Secret Service last time I was there. I’ve gotten hit on by lots of drunk Republicans."
Republicans? Drunk? Hitting on a porn star? What would God say?
Impeachment talk seems to be growing but it still has a long way to go before any real effort can be made.
In a little-noticed victory for gun control advocates across the nation, the number of gun dealers in the United States has plummeted 78 percent in the past 10 years as tens of thousands of home-based dealers surrendered their federal licenses.
After the furor last year over the excesses of 26,954 “earmarks” _ special-interest pork projects that members of Congress stuff in spending bills — embarrassed congressional leaders vowed there’d be a new era of restraint and reform. So how is that crackdown going?