3 thoughts on “Congressional Page Reported Foley to Kolbe in 2000 – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. And folks wonder why so many of us are sick and tired of being sick and tired of politics as usual. This is just one of many deplorable cover-ups in our government. We had a television debate here on October 6th concerning the four-way race for the Governor of Texas this coming November. One of the participants, Kinky Friedman, defined the root word of politics ….. saying “poly” meant many, and “tics” meant blood sucking parasites. Now, don’t misunderstand me here. I do not support “Kinky” … his first name says it all. What I do believe we ALL need are some serious political reforms. It seems to be perfectly all right to write checks that bounce (do ya’ll remember that scandal?), lie to the public with a smiling, straight face and cover-up the most vile types of behavior. These are the people we “hired” to represent us? If we continue to accept this and call it business as usual, then shame on us. It will be interesting to see what happens when Mr. Foley gets out of that alcohol rehab center. After all, he can’t hide there forever …. right?

  2. I’m kinda partial myself to Kinky. Any musician who named his backing group the Texas Jewboys (I am one myself–Jew boy that is , not Texan) is OK by me. I only hope yr fellow Texans give Rick Perry a run for his money. Politics in many of our states represent varying degrees of corruption. Texas is pretty egregious because of folks like Tom DeLay who raised institutionalized corruption into an art form.

    I love Kinky’s derivation of the meaning of the word politics though it’s a fabrication (it actually comes from the Greek word polis or ‘city-state’).

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