Sunday, July 24, 2011

Nominees for Hardest Fall 2011

Looks like 2011 is shaping up to be a banner year for political and TV reporter sex scandals. This is the thread to nominate the Hardest Fall for 2011. You have until November 30, 2011 to nominate. Post your nominee in the comments section and I will list all current nominees here.

Arnold "The Gropinator" Schwarzenegger, ex-Governor of California: I always though Arnold was Austrian, but six women accused him of having Russian Hands and Roman fingers before he took office. In office, AHnold signed Jessica's Flaw and Chelsea's Flaw into office. So it is no surprise that AHnold has been caught in a sex scandal, impregnating his housemaid (who's pretty hot still), and has left office on a sour note. Now his marriage is about to be Terminated. All I can say is Hasta la Vista, Baby!


Arifinto, member of Indonesia's Islamic Prosperous Justice Party: The Hardest fall is going international this year! This staunch anti-pornography politician passed a highly controversial law in 2008;
The law calls for prison terms of up to 15 years and fines for everything from kissing in public and exposure of a woman's "sensual" body parts to displaying "erotic" artworks. Broadcasting, possessing and storing pornographic material also is prohibited. However, he was caught watching porn on his computer during session. I doubt he'll get 15 years for his indiscretion, however.

Anthony V. Mangione, the head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in South Florida: Riunite is not the only thing on ICE these days. How ironic the head of ICE in South Florida is under investigation after AOL turned him in for allegedly downloading kiddie porn? Actually, its South Florida. I'm not surprised.

As special agent in charge of ICE’s South Florida office, Mangione’s name often graced press releases lauding the agency’s efforts to fight child pornography, in both the cyber and real worlds. In statements, he talked about using technology to combat child pornography and his agency’s resolve to combat the crime.“Too many children are victimized by predators that target the most vulnerable among us -- our children," Mangione said in a 2009 press release announcing that a 20-year-old Palm Beach County man was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison on child porn charges.

Gee. Wonder why he wanted so much attention.

Anthony Weiner, Ex-New York Democratic Congressman: There isn't much that can be said about Weiner that hasn't already been beat to death by the late night comedians, but Weiner fits the definition of irony to a T. Weiner boasted of passing the controversial "KIDS Act of 2008" targeting alleged online sexual predators, while getting caught for sending nasty pics of himself online, including a 17 year old girl.

David Wu, Democrat Oregon US Rep: Recently accused of making unwanted sexual advances towards women, Wu has boasted about his role in passing the AMBER alerts and called for mandatory life sentences for repeat sex offenders. He is blaming his behavior on mental illness.


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