Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Inside the mind of Mark Foley

By Capt. Fogg

"Ninety percent positive — 99 percent positive from Palm Beach," said the station's general manager, Chet Tart in an e-mail to Florida's Sun-Sentinel. "Negative from other areas."

He's talking about comments on Inside the Mind of Mark Foley, a radio show that debuts tonight at 6:00 PM Eastern on WSVU-AM 960 KHz.

He's still a local hero, never mind the sexual harassment of teenage boys that caused his embarrassed resignation and "rehab." Disgraced Republicans do that: they become heroes like Ollie North, G. Gordon Liddy, and now Mark Foley -- martyrs to the cause, whatever it is and without that unpleasant martyrdom thing.

Of course, Foley is a minor-league player compared to the guys that ran illegal wars, illegal arms deals, and burglaries out of the White House. He's just a sad fellow compared even to Shouting Joe Wilson or Larry "Wide Stance" Craig. I'm not upset or surprised that he still has friends and supporters, I'm just amazed at how the public can't wait to get advice and presumably snarky opinions about the real enemies, liberals, from him on the radio.

The producer isn't going to risk putting any irate callers on the air though. The show will consist mostly of pre-recorded answers to e-mailed questions. If you're interested, you can reach him at Foley@Seaviewam960.com.

(Cross-posted from Human Voices.)

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  • That's gotta be a scary place to be. Would you just find yourself surrounded by images of nubile adolescent boys?

    By Blogger Michael J.W. Stickings, at 6:39 PM  

  • I don't live in Palm Beach County! Old cracker Republicnas are scary enough

    By Blogger Capt. Fogg, at 7:14 PM  

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