Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Giving alcoholics a bad name?

Unlike many of her colleagues in the blogosphere, your blogstress does not find herself in a position to judge whether or not former Rep. Mark Foley (R-Fla.), who has checked himself into a subtance-abuse rehabilitation facility, is actually an alcoholic. To make that determination, your cybertrix would have to take the former congressman's inventory, a practice strongly discouraged by the cult of powerlessness through which your Webwench became sober.

Yes, one imagines rehab to be a good place to hide from scandal, and it would be a pity if that were the raison seulement for which the teen-eyeing politician sought entry. However, either way, the 12 steps he is likely to learn in that facility, if taken to heart, could help with the management of that behavior, as well.

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