Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Hands On Management

we are all prostitutes

The conviction this week of Deborah Palfrey ended the "DC Madam" case, which once held great promise for multiple instances of Republican humiliation by yet another public demonstration that the alleged party of moral rectitude is composed of frauds and whoremongers. Unfortunately, the case did not live up to the hype, as Diaper Dave Vitter and the other prolific republican sex consumers identified as witnesses did not appear and testify. In the way of all things Republican, only a select few got to fall on the grenade for the rest of the cowardly patrons of prostitution. Here is a tribute to those anonymous heroes of the Republican party.

2003: President George W. Bush announces his nomination of Randall Tobias to be the Coordinator for International HIV/AIDS Assistance in the Roosevelt Room Wednesday, July 2, 2003. A newly-created position, the coordinator will have the rank of Ambassador and oversee all U.S. international HIV/AIDS assistance.

2008: Randall L. Tobias, who resigned as a deputy secretary of state after acknowledging to ABC News that he used Palfrey's service for "massages," also did not testify.

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