OK, so the hypocritical Democrats (i.e. liberals) want to use the Mark Foley "scandal" to bumrush their way into winning both the House and the Senate come November? Well, guess what: it ain't gonna' happen because the American voter isn't that stupid and as the 2004 election proved, most people don't base their votes on what the Michael Moore/MoveOn/Howard Dean/Kos-run Left thinks. Really, they don't.Yet, liberals and the Leftist media are having a field day with the Foley scandal, apparently too dumb to notice that most people just don't care (indeed, a CBS/NYTimes poll found that 72 percent of voters said that the Foley scandal will make "no difference" in how they vote). But when you're too caught up in your hatred for Bush and anything associated with the GOP, who cares what the rest of the world thinks. Of course too, the hypocritical moonbats have conveniently forgotten about the sex scandals involving Gerry Studds, who was exonerated for doing the same thing Foley did back in the day, (Studds claimed it was "consensual", as most homosexual pedophiles like to say) and Mel Reynolds who was later pardoned by Bill Clinton as well as Barney Frank whose "punishment" was being re-elected 5 times after it was found that he ran a prostitution ring out of his house.Disagree all you want with the GOP and its policies, but at least you know where the Republicans stand. Therefore, the idea that a party would need to exploit a sex scandal for its political gain while undermining the intelligence of the American voter shows you why we're losing and they're winning.In a time which sees North Korea "testing" nuclear weapons, Pakistan cutting a deal with Al Qaeda, troops still fighting and dying in Iraq, ever-changing gas prices, school violence back in the spotlight, rising taxes and jihadists always making news, the idiot liberals and their brethren in the media want you to concentrate on Foley: a huge mistake for Democrats and a bonafide win for the GOP.