This message was dated April 2003, at approximately 7 p.m., according to the message time stamp.
Maf54: I miss you
Teen: ya me too
Maf54: we are still voting
Maf54: you miss me too
The exchange continues in which Foley and the teen both appear to describe having sexual orgasms.
Maf54: ok..i better go vote..did you know you would have this effect on me
Teen: lol I guessed
Teen: ya go voteÂ I don't want to keep you from doing our job
Maf54: can I have a good kiss goodnight
The House voted that evening on HR 1559, Emergency War Time supplemental appropriations.
read more at ABC's The Blotter
Apparently the GOP only protects pedophiles... Not America.
Geriatric Ol' Pedophiles.
How long do you think Foley has been protected by the GOP leadership?
One former page says pages were warned specifically to be careful with Foley five years ago.
"I know people who had been interacting with him like that, so I wasn't surprised. You know it's one of those things you know is going to come out some day," Matthew Loraditch, a page in the 2001-2002 class who is now president of the Page Alumni Association, said.
House Republican leaders were told about possible problems with Foley last year, and now they want an investigation to see how many pages may have been victimized by Foley.
ABC's The Blotter
I am willing to bet that GOP leadership has known about this AT LEAST as long as the pages did.
John at AMERICAblog has proven a pretty solid connection to THE COVERUP:
What's more, The LA Times didn't realize, and no one in the MSM has picked up on yet, that Reynolds sent his chief of staff [to "advise" Foley last week http://americablog.blogspot.com/2006/10/mr-reynolds-why-is-your-chief-of-staff.html] before the predator resigned. What's worse, Reynolds' chief of staff tried to broker a deal with ABC News last Friday in order to get ABC to cover-up
the worst of the evidence against Foley.
There is no doubt that Foley is a internet sexual predator.
There is no doubt that Republican leadership failed to protect the kids.
There is no doubt that there was a concerted effort to cover this up.
All that remains to be seen is who is simply too irresponsible to be a politician, and who is criminally responsible. And how long the GOP leadership has been this irresposible and criminal.
Hastert? Boehner? Reynolds?