Why Maxine Waters Got the Charges Dropped

Posted on September 29, 2012 12:00 pm

A House Ethics Committee said their investigation found no violation by Maxine Waters.

Ah… something else these guys couldn’t find with both hands and a flashlight.

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4 Responses to “Why Maxine Waters Got the Charges Dropped”

  1. Son of Bob says:

    …and someday Maxine will serve on the House Ethics committee and will find no violations when they’re investigated, either. Isn’t that how it works?

  2. Manolo says:

    What’s most pathetic is that she’s pretty much the next in line to take Barney Frank’s seat as the chair of the House Finance Committee. Unless a deal was struck that we don’t know of, that is.

  3. seanmahair says:

    The people who vote for her know just exactly what she is. It does not matter to them. She is the correct flavor of politician for them. Crime, waste, abuse, fraud it doesn’t matter as long as they get a new cell phone and have enough money for a lap dance. And before someone out there screams the R word, let me remind you there are proportionally more redneck, white trash, welfare queens then of any other ethnic/ color group. Color in this case doesn’t matter. Integrity doesn’t count either because I don’t think Maxi the Mouth can spell it much less define it.

  4. Writer says:

    Of course there was no Ethics Violation. As a DemoCrap, she has neither Ethics nor Integrity.

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