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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by TBO, Sep 3, 2015.
Non-story if they're not in a adulterous relationship.
Well, I'm sure it will make things better if they lie about it. I have a hard time believing the officer would make up the story but I suppose there is a chance.
Where did he buy the gas?
This is why the LEO need video. Politicians and liars (snicker) always dispute reality.
Do we really know if it was blown, I mean had they gotten that far?
Article says they're both married to other people and have kids.
Did he have his jimmy hat on?
Another "Slick Willie" type politician!
LOL...does this guy actually think that story will work?
It's against the law to fool around in a car?
Actually, yes. Its just not enforced in most cases.
I believe it is because of public decency (indecency?) laws.
I don't care that they were messing around, and I don't even care that they're married to other people and cheating. Adultery is NOT illegal in most parts of the country, and it's a personal issue between them and their respective spouses.
The problems start (as they did for Clinton) when they start lying about it, especially in a public setting like under oath. There's also the issue that it could be fuel for blackmail and will (or should) cost them any security clearances they have as representatives.
On a non-legal side, it becomes a political problem for them if their constituents don't like it, and even worse if they've ever campaigned from the "moral high-ground". But that's political issues, not real-world problems.
I know plenty of women that drive around with their pants around their knees.
Wait. No I don't.
Yes...it is normally illegal to "fool around in a car" in the parking lot of a public park with your pants pulled down.
ALLEGEDLY pulled down.
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