The Wrong and Whining Toad

Shocking, I know, but it doesn’t seem as though the Tyrannosaurus of Turpitude inspired a lot of loyalty from his underlings—at least not the kind that would move them to lie under oath to protect his lying, whimpering ass:

Jeff Trandahl, the former House clerk who oversaw the Congressional page program, testified for more than four hours today before the House ethics committee about his recollections of how Republican leaders handled complaints of former Representative Mark Foley’s behavior around young workers on Capitol Hill.

…People close to the case, who asked not to be identified because of the continuing investigation, said Mr. Trandahl’s version of events would corroborate that the speaker’s office had been advised of complaints about Mr. Foley’s behavior for at least three years. Mr. Hastert’s office has denied that assertion, saying it learned of concerns about Mr. Foley only a year ago when a former page from Louisiana turned over e-mail exchanges he had with south Florida congressman.
Toad-boy Denny hasn’t testified yet, as the investigation moves into its third week. They should have put his lumbering pooper on the stand first, so he wouldn’t have had time to create his story based on everyone else’s leaked testimony.

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