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Saturday, September 20

Question of the Day:

What do Congressmen use for bookmarks?
Ans: They bend the pages over.

NY Times:
"Ex-Lawmaker Won’t Face Charges in Page Case"
"Nearly two years after a Florida congressman abruptly resigned over sexually explicit messages he sent to a teenage House page, law enforcement authorities here have concluded there is “insufficient evidence” to charge him with breaking Florida laws.

"Foley Report from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, who was asked in September 2006 to look into the conduct of the congressman, Representative Mark Foley, Republican of West Palm Beach, said Friday that investigators were hampered by Mr. Foley’s refusal and that of Congress to grant them access to Congressional computer files."

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