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  1. bkmn says

    If the day of the week ends with -day you won’t be surprised when there is yet another GOP hyper-Bible hypocrite who espouses family values while porking a not-his-wife woman.

  2. Hey Darlin' says

    “I would appreciate the privacy given to my children as we get through this.”

    Oh won’t someone think of the children!

    He needs to think a bit more about HIS children and not prolong their embarrassment by using them as a shield during this time.

  3. Dattexas says

    McAllister has so far run a campaign which would make him appeal to conservatives. He’s said welfare recipients shouldn’t make more on the dole than they could get from minimum-wage jobs, opposes gay marriage and abortion, wants to investigate the IRS and pledges to shrink the size of government.

  4. TampaZeke says

    The good Christian people of Louisiana will toss him right out on his self-righteous ass just like they did David Vit…Oh, wait a minute. Never mind!

  5. james st. james says

    He’ll be fine. He knows Jesus will forgive him. Those religionists always have an out.

    Wifey might not do what Jesus would do though. Bad christian, bad.

  6. Lymis says

    So, he’ll be sponsoring a bill to outlaw straight marriage?

    One badly behaved straight person proves that no straight people should be allowed to marry. Isn’t that how this works for Republicans?

  7. kit says

    He’s an in-your-face obnoxious bigoted toad who made a big deal about bringing the Duck Dynasty slimeball to the State of the Union address so that he could get himself lots of attention. Now he has attention. Ha.

  8. kit says

    He’s an in-your-face obnoxious bigoted toad who made a big deal about bringing the Duck Dynasty slimeball to the State of the Union address so that he could get himself lots of attention. Now he has attention. Ha.

  9. kit says

    He’s an in-your-face obnoxious bigoted toad who made a big deal about bringing the Duck Dynasty slimeball to the State of the Union address so that he could get himself lots of attention. Now he has attention. Ha.

  10. Rad says

    The next press release will announce that, through his minister, “God has forgiven me!” (and now back to our regularly scheduled programming of preaching and promoting Hate in Government).

    I wish it was a male escort pushing a luggage cart, or like Larry Craig, a little un-definable toe-tapping. Then we could be rid of the pond scum for good.

    But extramarital hetero dalliances… that’s nothing.

  11. Pete says

    It’s funny how the media never confronts these religious hypocrites with their cafeteria christianity. Just once I’d like to see someone in the media challenge them like Martin Sheen challenged that women in the scene from West Wing.

  12. JJ says

    Sigh. Did they think the security camera can’t see in the dark? And how did the person filming the security monitor know this would happen? Were they replaying a feed, or is this a routine occurrance?

  13. BETTY says

    In 3..2..1…he will parade his poor, sad looking wife in front of the cameras at an uncomfortable press conference and he will think all is forgiven by the people. This is the usual playbook by these “family values” politicians when they get their hands caught in the cookie jar. We’ve seen this story over and over again by these hypocrites and it is so predictable. Yawn.

  14. Jere says

    You know, these politicians talk morals, family values, one man one woman, sanctity of marriage, “the children” and pass laws that discriminate against LGBT people or minorities and create new laws to protect “religious freedom” and all this other crap…..but then when they are caught cheating or toe tapping you hear all kinds of excuses and asking for forgiveness. I’m sorry, I’m sorry. You’re only sorry that you got caught.

  15. Leroy Lalamme says

    Hmmm, he shouldn’t be so sure about being forgiven. After all, the Lord-his-God s a vengeful God, who has been known to be very quick to smite when riled. Oh, & his squeeze, well she’s an adulterer who should be hauled to the city limits & stoned. Can’t remember what punishment male adulterers are meant to get, but a nice public shaming in the media is a good start.

  16. anon says

    “Family Values” is just code for anti-gay anyway. It has nothing to do with personal ethics. Many pols get into politics in order to meet women they can have sex with. You meet a lot of people and spend a lot of time away from the wife and kids, so it’s perfect.

  17. TheSeer says

    Despicable Xtian hypocrite (actually the word hypocrite is surplus there).

    “I would appreciate the privacy given to my children as we get through this.”

    And I would appreciate the privacy given to hundreds of thousands of children of gay couples that can be secured only through marriage.

  18. SoLeftImRight says

    Out! Of! Congress! You smarmy, hypocritical asswipe. Politicians are generally not the most ethical and sincere bunch, but no one who runs on being so upstanding, who proves himself so not to be, belongs anywhere in public office. If he doesn’t resign, recall or vote him out this fall.

  19. EYEROLL says

    Why should he seek her forgiveness? They are two consenting adults who BOTH engaged in apparent adultery. Last time I checked it takes two to tango.

  20. John in Houston says

    If he can’t even keep the promise he made to his god, what could possibly make anyone believe he’d keep a promise to his constituents?

  21. Bernie says

    lol…roflomaoff… you cannot make this stuff up!! It seems that Mr. McAllister has a different definition of “family values” then his conservative counterparts! This is one of a million reasons why I don’t take these right wingers too serious! He may get away with this because he is a white, heterosexual, religious Republican……….too bad

  22. says

    He was caught kissing a woman, not a man (or, worse, a boy) outside of a heterosexual marriage. This is not mortal sin, so he’ll be just fine in Louisiana, the poorest, most uneducated and most gullible state in the Union.

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