|Insurgent lawmaker Blake Farenthold (R-TX) caught up in a real scandal. It's not his pajamas.|
Paging Melanie Sloan. Paging Melaine Sloan.
You're needed to once again uproot the corrupt lawmakers in Washington. I got two of them the junk food media has focused on recently.
Ms. Sloan is the CEO of the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. Her organization tracks the money and corrupt lawmakers in Congress. The organization also follows governors and state lawmakers as well. See Oregon's former Democratic governor for example.
Congressmen Blake Farenthold (R-TX) and Aaron Schock (R-IL) are in the limelight.
I ignored this clown Farenthold for a moment. I remember he wanted to arrest Attorney General Eric Holder for not providing enough access to the failed Fast & Furious ATF gun run scandal.
Farenthold is a member of the insurgency. He's a strong supporter of its "SAY NO TO O" strategy!
He's caught up in a personal scandal. One being his pajamas and his bunch of hot girls. Some of the insurgent's funds went to a website called blowme.com
|Lawmaker Aaron Schock (R-IL)|
Schock was one of the youngest members of Congress. He's heavily covered by the local and national junk food media. He is one of the most outgoing members. He still parties like a 20 year old.
The 33 year old lawmaker is under fire for his staffer posting racial insults about his neighbors and the lavish spending by Schock.
Schock's communication director was told to shake after he called a Black neighbor an animal and the neighborhood being a zoo.
His office looks like Downtown Abbey according to some. He hired a woman to do his office and failed to disclose how much it cost.
Also he's being targeted by the out party. Since Schock is a single man and dressing like a gay man, the out party is trying to dig dirt on him.
It's kind of funny that with Trey Radel, Michael Grimm and Vance McAllister being in the limelight for their shortcomings, one could wonder if the Republicans are trying to get rid of the problems before this stuff surfaces in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.