Monday, December 04, 2017

Well, Of Course

As a taxpayer, I'm amazed that it was ever a question.
Several members of the House want to change the rules on Capitol Hill to force elected officials to pay for settlements for sexual harassment from their own pockets.
That is just common sense, and I am simply confounded that the question even needs to be asked.  There is no legitimate reason for any taxpayer to foot the bill for any congressional misconduct, sexual or otherwise.  Congressional members and their staffers should be held to the same standard that the rest of us are held to. 


Anonymous said...

Another thing that I'm amazed at: having an "anti-sexual harrassment training" session for those dolts!!! In this day and age, you still need that?!?!!?!


juvat said...

Personally, I think they should be held to a higher standard than you and I. However, at this point, I'd be satisfied even got close to the same standard.

Jerry The Geek said...


You're fouling up The Government!

They know where you live, what guns you own (if any ... and if they haven't already taken them) and where your children go to school.

They ARE the government, and they ARE her to help you;