Foley á la Colbert & Stewart [VIDEO]

In which Colbert takes responsibility for Mark Foley's behavior...

Stewart does Foley too, finds that ABC's Brian Ross is the worst phone sex operator ever...

Laura Rozen writes:


"In another stunning development, Robert Novak today reveals in his column - published in PostOpinion on Page 31 - that even after House GOP leaders knew that Foley had written an inappropriate e-mail to a 16-year-old former male page, they were still urging him to seek re-election":
Novak writes, "A member of the House leadership told me that Foley, under continuous political pressure because of his sexual orientation, was considering not seeking a seventh term this year but that Rep. Tom Reynolds, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), talked him into running."
Truthdig has the rest of the Foley roundup...


Finally, from tipster "Rudy," comes this Predatorgate joke:

"Did you know that during the annual House Republican Caucus Orgy, they take an occasional break to make sure they are all on the same page..."

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