There is no truth to the rumor that Nikki Haley has hired a team of experts to quash the current and future douchebag eruptions, ala Bill Clinton’s team in charge of quashing bimbo eruptions.
Sorry, I can’t take what is happening in the randy state to the south’s gooobernatorial race. After first Mark Sanford and now the allegations against candidate Nikki Haley, one can understand my concern. Does anyone in the Palmetto state keep their marriage vows?
Here’s my bottom line. I think probably something happened. Homely blogger Will Folks claims that he had “an inappropriate physical relationship” with GOP candidate Nikki Haley. Ms. Haley responded with an emphatic denial that she had ever been unfaithful to her husband. I suspect that something “inappropriate” occurred, but not much.
Supposedly, there is a photo of “inappropriate physical conduct” between the two. Can they be any less specific? Here’s one of Bubba and Monica. In retrospect, that could be considered “inappropriate physical conduct” between a boss and his employee.
Hormones affect people in funny ways. They even can cause hot babes to become temporarily attracted to god-awfully ugly men. But that’s fine. Even if some inappropriate physical relationship occurred, I do not condemn Ms. Haley. I’m against having Republican candidates judged by a different standard than Democrat candidates.
The left always claims that the conservative Republican candidates are “hypocritical” for claiming to be the party of family values but not living up to their values. Well I say who cares what the leftist Democrats say? If, and it is still a big if, Nikki Haley did anything inappropriate, or lied about it, so what? Democrats rallied around Bill Clinton, claiming that “everybody lies about sex.” Folks was a consenting adult, not some post-teenage intern with gubernatorial kneepads on. If Haley did not live up to her ideals, so what? Ideals are a standard to strive for, not a trump card that liberals can use against conservatives to ruin our best leaders.
If Ms. Haley’s husband can forgive her, I say the voters of South Carolina should judge her on the merits of her political positions, not on whether or not she had some “inappropriate sexual conduct” with an ugly blogger.
The same people who jump through hoops to be non-judgmental of homosexuals and all manner of other sexual perverts suddenly become all Puritanical when it comes to the private actions of a conservative leader. Wake up, people! They are not going nuts and in a feeding frenzy because they give a rip what consenting adults do in private, they are acting this way because they want to knee-cap conservative leaders any way they can.
I, for one, refuse to play along. The bar was set by Bubba Clinton. I objected to the bar being placed so low, but there it is. I’m not about to use two sets of rules, one for scalawag douche bags on the left, and another, much higher, for the leaders on the right.
Let me say this in advance. I do not care. I refuse to allow the left or those moderate Republicans, as the case may be, to disqualify potential conservative leaders based on double standards. Unless laws were broken, or there is something worse than I have heard so far, I don’t care. Hopefully this is my first and last comment on the situation.