Thursday, August 7, 2008

No need to Name That Party

When a Republican is indicted, be sure that his party affliation will be in the first paragraph:
Missouri state Rep. Scott Muschany, R-Frontenac, was indicted today in connection with a reported sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl on May 17, the day after this year’s Legislative session ended.The alleged victim is the daughter of a state employee.
The girl’s mother and Muschany -– who is married and has two children --were romantically involved, the woman said. A Cole County grand jury returned an indictment today charging Muschany with the Class C felony of "deviate sexual assault." ...
Muschany, 42, was booked into the Cole County Jail today at 2:50 and he was released after posting a $5,000 bond.
The most dangerous man in the world is always "mom's boyfriend."

1 comment:

  1. Now, there are other theories, you know.
    For example, it could be that the media assumes that the default party affiliation for any scandal-ridden politician is Democratic. Thus, the party need only be named in the Republican case.
    Or, the mainstream media could be completely bereft of intellectual honetsy and integrity.
    It's all so complicated.