New York Republican Congressman Christopher Lee has become the latest conservative to resign because of a scandal. This time, the married representative was flirting with a woman on Craigslist, claiming to be a divorced lobbyist without bothering to come up with an alias or use an email address that wasn’t connected to his official Facebook page.
Unlike the good folks at the FAILblog, who are frequently duped in to publishing onion-esque articles on their front page, I made sure to check to make sure this was a legitimate article before posting.
Could the man who had worked so hard to get others to vote for this bill have accidentally voted against it himself?
Perhaps he was infusing “dry work of government with a dash of man-
ly brio,” as New York Times speculated, but Arnold calls it a “wild coincid-
ence.” (If you include the first letter in the first line, it reads, “I F*** You,” which is
a complete sentence, it’s also an interesting invitation. Who could turn down
such an offer? If this happened to me, I’d tell
Does this mean that the Governator made a FAIL? Or did he do it on purpose?
Nymag.com lamented the fact that the Connecticut legislature functioned so smoothly a few months before discovering this AP photo of the Connecticut legislature “busy” at “work.”
Nymag.com reported, “Now we know how they do it: by playing solitaire and reading espn.com instead of getting all worked up about the budget debate going on in front of them.”