Monday, October 02, 2006

Strange times along the Potomac

The "page-gate" scandal, which is rocking Capitol Hill right now, has resulted in the resignation of Florida Congressman Mark Foley and is beginning to expose the tip of the creepy iceberg lurking in the dark waters of the Potomac.

It turns out the main page in question, a teen by all accounts, was from Louisiana and working for Rep. Rodney Alexander, a former Democrat from Quitman, La. who jumped onto the GOP ship a couple of years ago when winds began blowing their way. Anyway, Wayne Madsen, from the Wayne Madsen Report, is reporting that Rep. Alexander may have known more than he is telling, regarding Foley's sexually suggestive e-mails to congressional pages.

I hope Alexander will come forward with ALL the information he has on this subject.

And, as usual, Paul Joseph Watson, at has his finger on the pulse of what's really been going on there in the District and says as much in his latest article, "Rabbit Hole of Elitist Perversion far Deeper than Foley." It addresses a 1989 Washington Times article about "call boys" visiting the White House and the Franklin Cover-up at around that same time.

Wonder if more will be exposed?

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