Why do Democrats seem to be surrounded by so many scandals ?

Govs of New York, Illinois and New Mexico, the mayor of Detroit, Nancy Pelosi, the Clinton's, Obama, Geithner, Barney Frank, Chris Dodd and more to come im sure ! Well Republicans would never allow these people to remain in office and would never appoint a tax evader to be head of the Treasury ! Never-----------Do democrats really think they are better than the rest of us or something ?whats wrong with you people that you just sit on your hands and accept this as "normal behavior "?

Asked By: Paul Grass groupie - 1/26/2009
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And their pork addiction... More
Answered By: Musicman812 - 1/26/2009
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Because the Republicans have more money to hide theirs? Maybe I should have said "The Republicans have more of our tax money to hide theirs.".
Answered By: bill - 1/26/2009
Oh you really want a comparision chart, dear?? There are equally as many Republican scandals, if not more.....2 included your own President and VP choice....and don't get me started on Bush and Cheney's scandals... More
Answered By: bash - 1/26/2009
Do you really want to compare scandals? you better start doing your research on republican politicians scandals
Answered By: Steelers Fan - 1/26/2009
Because the party in power is scrutinized more closely. When the Republicans were in power, they had plenty of scandals to deal with as well - Larry Craig, Mark Foley, Libby/Rove, etc.
Answered By: truefirstedition - 1/26/2009
Common cause. A sense of personal entitlement and disrespect for other people's self-ownership causes Democrats & scandals.
Answered By: . . - 1/26/2009
I'm an independent and I can easily say, each side is as guilty and scandalous as the other. From minor things to ridiculous scandals they go back and forth. The true hilarity of it, is people like you, who have convinced themselves that it's all the other side, and that you somehow have the moral high ground... More
Answered By: Patrick B - 1/26/2009
That can't possibly be true because they always go out of their way to re-elect them!
Answered By: shjOlds_442 - 1/26/2009
Republicans allow their scandelees to remain in power. Look at Larry Craig.
Answered By: MCGC - 1/26/2009
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