New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez had loud sex with different women nightly in his Washington, D.C., apartment, his former neighbor told the liberal gossip website Gawker.
We lived below him, the former neighbor said, according to the website. It was outrageous. When it started, we thought it was a one-time thing. But it went on for months hours and hours of headbanging sex.
The report in the liberal Gawker comes on the heels of The Daily Callers early Thursday article about how Menendez allegedly paid two women in the Dominican Republic for sex.
The women told TheDC that Menendez agreed to pay them $500 for sex acts earlier this year, but in the end they each received only $100. The women said this happened around Easter time at Casa de Campo, an expensive 7,000-acre resort in the Dominican Republic.
Menendez spokeswoman Tricia Enright has refused to answer any questions about TheDCs initial reports: Were not going to respond to a completely false accusation, she wrote by email on Wednesday evening.
Then, after the initial report ran, Menendez spokesman Michael Soliman attacked TheDC.
It is disgusting that on a day when New Jerseyans are focused on responding to one of the worst disasters to ever hit the state, [Republican Senate candidate] Joe Kyrillos and the right-wing smear machine are peddling lies about Bob Menendez, Soliman said, according to PolitickerNJ.
Lets be clear: The accusations Kyrillos and his friends in the right-wing media are peddling are absolutely false. This unsubstantiated, untrue attack is a new low, and we hope that Kyrillos will pull his campaign out of the gutter and join us and other leaders in helping get this state back on its feet. Bob Menendez is going to continue to focus on helping New Jersey recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy and will not be distracted by desperate smears from a flailing campaign in the final days before an election.
Now that left-wing blogs are reporting on the senators sex life, the Menendez team is quiet. Enright has not returned TheDCs request for comment about the allegations in the Gawker article, and Gawker reported that a Menendez spokesperson ignored its request.
While I don't agree with his politics Project Vote Smart would indicate he was present for duty and voted for nearly every bill. Since that's his day job, something to be said for showing up, "head banger" or no. Go for it amigo!
I can't get to excited by what some neighbor says. Maybe they have some beef. Just as long as he's not screwing us. Can't say that for most of the Dems. Occasionally, some Pubs also show stupidity--most of them get drummed out of politics by the party.
Harry's too radioactive! Time to move him into Yucca Mountain waste storage.
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If the Donks retain a majority in the Senate, nothing stops the Trunks from backing a small group of bi-partisan oriented Senators [most likely to face reelection in 2014] to get a new Senate leader. Seen this done at the state level.
If the Democrats achieve minority status in the Senate as well the House, they'll toss Mr. Reid like an unmatched old sock. No one does revenge like a bunch of formerly powerful politicians with someone to blame.
Don't just want Harry demoted. Want him publicly humiliated, run out of town, prosecuted and left to rot in ignominy. I want his family name to be political poison for 100 years. I want the state of Nevada to quietly plow his childhood home into the sand and use the site to store toxic waste.
Yeah, if the liberal voting plantation believes all this hokum, I've got plenty of worthless stuff to sell em. I have seen propaganda put out that is laughable because of its absurdity. There may be some rubes who actually believe this stuff: gays are going to be sterilized, old people are going to be killed by R & R, Mexicans will be sent back to Mexico, the rich (1%) are going to steal from the poor, all the free stuff is going to be taken away, the unions are going to be destroyed (although a worthy thought to ponder, it won't happen), Education, EPA, DOE, etc. will be dismantled (another worthy thought to ponder but it won't happen), the environment is going to be polluted, we are going to sucumb from global warming, women are going to be held as sexual slaves with no control over their lady parts, and on and on.
Indeed, the education system is failing us if people believe the crap that has been put out by Donk operatives. On the other hand, look at the long line of failures in the Obama administration that were sold as snake oil and so gullibly and easily accepted.
I think it would be a good thing if the unemployed did go back to the fields to pick the crops, and whether they're black or not makes no difference to me. Displace the Mexicans to make room for them. If nothing else, it would help some of our fat and sedentary unemployed get in better shape.
I expect Holder's Justice to investigate all claims of election fraud thoroughly---in all places where pubs won by a small margin. The possibility that such investigations will, accidentally, uncover uncounted ballot boxes cannot be ruled out.
Ahhh! If they can't manufacture enough votes BEFORE the election they'll do so AFTER the election. Kinda like Gov Gregoir apparently did in Washington - every recount resulted in an amazing discovery of boxes, trunkloads, and finally an entire precinct of 'lost' ballots (all of which shockingly broke massivley for her) until she had enough to 'win' and then the election was over.
This will go the same way if by some miracle, they haven't gotten it nailed down before hand.
Obama: 29 EV, Romney: 257.
(Or if they really mess up making ballots in Iowa, Obama: 275, Romney: 263)
Lotsa headlines about how the comeback kid Obama managed to overcome racist Republican voter intimidation and negative campaigning to squeak out a victory!
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