Myspace.com kicks out the GOP

mexican fruit fliesIn a rather disturbing turn of events, it’s being investigated that MySpace, a popular social network for young people on the Internet, has removed some 29,000 personal profiles belonging to sexual predators, mostly belonging to the Republican party.

You may recall that in January 2006, the Bush Administration demanded that a federal judge order Google and CNET News service to turn over their search engine records in an effort to stop sexual predators and Internet-child porn rings. And now it would appear that the large Internet social groups have begun cleaning up their own computer networks by removing known sexual predators starting with the Republican Party.

In the past two weeks alone, the Republican Party has been hit hard by breaking the very Family Values Laws they espouse to hold dearest to their hearts and minds of their families. Most noteably was “Diaper-David” Vitter, Republican Senator of Louisiana who was recently fingered as one who had the Washington DC Madam on the speed-dial of his phone.

Other noteables worth mentioning in the past few weeks?

  1. Bob Allen was proposing a draconian Sexual Predator Elimination Act– which would send sexual predators to prison for life– he was prowling public toilets and asking men if he could pay them to perform fellatio on them.
  2. North Carolina Rep. David Almond sexually assaulted a legislative aide in the state Capitol and was forced to resign by his fellow Republicans when the cover-up didn’t work.
  3. NYC’s only elected Republicans, Queens City Councilman Dennis Gallagher, was accused by a woman he picked up in a bar of raping her.

BlogActive LeagueThe Republican’s newest edition of sexual predators?

This morning’s Cleveland Plain Dealer reported that the former head of the Michigan Federation of Young Republicans raped a college student at the national Young Republicans convention in Cleveland’s Warehouse District. …Michael Flory wanted to be a Republican player. So he played like the big shot respected, admired Republicans.

This man is now an attorney who has spent a great deal of time defending his good name in the courts, but an even greater amount of time smearing the good name of the victim that he raped! During the trial-hearing:

“People were using every opportunity to try to trash her, on Web sites or whatever,” the prosecutor said. “He’s been running around telling everybody what a piece of trash she is, so she was very happy to see him plead guilty.”

Now MySpace.com has begun to clean it up for their audiences. After dealing with a great deal of pressure from the public, the MySpace administration staff has finally said “No more!” to Republican sexual perverts.

Thousands and thousands of Republican sex offenders and other perps have been kicked off MySpace according to the Christian Post. MySpace refuses to confirm or deny that Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Larry Craig (R-ID), Bob Allen (R-FL), Mark Foley (R-FL), David Almond (R-NC), Ed Schrock (R-VA), James McCrery (R-LA), Alex Arshinkoff (R-OH), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), John Barrasso (R-WY), Patrick McHenry (R-NC), David “Diapers” Vitter (R-LA), Dennis Gallagher (R-NY), Michael Flory (R-MI), Ted Klaudt (R-SD), or dozens of other known GOP sexual predators were among the people whose pages were taken down.

Of course, there’s been nothing said about any sexualMe impropriety of any Democrat, Liberal or Progressive thus far. MySpace.com, young people and their parents continue to enjoy an outstanding relationship. Parents are thrilled by the fact that they no longer fear another Republican sexual predator on MySpace.

To keep informed of what new Republican sexual predators have been arrested or charged, please visit Republicansexoffenders.com or check out my good buddy Michael Rogers over at blogActive.com.
Fresh FruitMy own personal offering of fresh fruit to my friends over at Downwithtyranny for their insatiable appetite to get out the truth. You Dudes and Dudettes rawk.

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