Friday, September 24, 2010

Liberal Media Fabricating Story Against GOP's Boehner Saying He Is Having An Affair. Aren't The Elections Right Around The Corner? Hmmm...

Well it looks like the Democratic Smear Machine is back at work still trying to declare war on Fox News and Rep. John Boehner. The President tried to smear Boehner himself recently to no avail, but that's not going to stop the liberal media, mainly The Daily Kos and this time they are coming up with the story trying to say that Rep. Boehner is having an affair with a lobbyist which both have denied and everyone is outraged as they should be. Since the Democrats are losing everything around them, the American public is fed up with them, the only thing they can do is try and ruin others names. Sounds like Pelosi is getting her knickers in bunch since Boehner could take her seat when Republicans take back majority. How convenient with an election just about 6 weeks away...

NY Post: The heat is on Republican leader John Boehner.

Liberal media outlets are trying to smear the highest-ranking Republican in the House just weeks before the midterm elections with a deal-breaking scandal before he has a chance to take the speaker's chair from Nancy Pelosi.

A blogger from liberal Web site The Daily Kos pierced through Boehner's security detail at yesterday's unveiling of his leadership policy "Pledge to America" to ask if he was sleeping with a lobbyist from the Printing Industries of America.

The congressman ignored the pesky blogger with a flip camera and kept moving to his fleet of black Suburbans.

The lobbyist who was named in the confrontation and then was contacted by he Daily Kos blogger Lisbeth Lyons denied the accusations. "As you can imagine, I was stunned by such a question," Lyons said. "I found it to be highly insulting, particularly as a female political professional, as well as unfounded. Beyond that, I have no further comment on the matter."

Insiders on Capitol Hill are buzzing about an upcoming New York Times exposé that will detail an alleged Boehner affair. Sources say the Times is looking for the right time to drop the story in October to sway the election, similar to how the Times reported during the 2008 presidential campaign on an alleged John McCain affair that supposedly had taken place many years before and that was flatly denied by the woman in question.

"Catching Boehner with a mistress is the only way to destroy him politically before the election," a source said.

A rep for Boehner's office said, "This is bull[bleep]. The American people oppose Washington Democrats' job killing, so their desperate liberal allies are resorting to outright lies. It's low, and it's dirty."


Via NY Post

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