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A question for the ages

In The American Spectator, Robert Stacy McCain attempts to clarify the current state of the Bob Menendez scandal -- and asks a question for the ages...

[...] Again, however, the Menendez denial is false. Matthew Boyle says he interviewed two of the women last year, and Boyle is adamant in his belief that these accusers were telling the truth. This presents a rather tricky dilemma for any journalist: Who is more trustworthy, a Dominican prostitute or a New Jersey Democrat? [...]

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3 comments to A question for the ages

  • asombra

    I'm no fan of the senator, but if Barney Frank, never mind Ted and JFK, got a pass, this affair is NOTHING.

  • asombra

    Rubio had better avoid even the remotest semblance of impropriety, or he's toast.

  • Gigi

    Just because cavorting with a [possibly underdage] prostitute may not be as serious as allowing a woman to drown and die, doesn't mean Menendez should get a pass. This is precisely the reason we keep getting Barneys, Teddies, and JFKs.