Vance McAllister

Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by tigahfromhell, Apr 9, 2014.

  1. tigahfromhell

    tigahfromhell Freshman

    The whole thing is sickening given the so-call family values platform he ran on. Good luck getting re-elected in November. There are so many who use the Christian religion to absolve themselves of any responsibility for their irresponsible behavior.

    It does take two to tango, and the girl is to blame as well. Her husband is initially thinking divorce, which is probably not a bad thought at all.

    As for Vance, it makes me ill that he thinks that all he has to do is ask for forgiveness and that makes everything ok. Shit! His wife is hanging on for a juicy meal ticket. You know that if she has any brain at all she is deeply hurt. As for the husband of the cheating bitch, Vance not only owes him an apology, but needs to try to make things right. Just saying I'm sorry we got caught is crap. An apology has three parts: "I'm sorry."; "I was wrong."; and "How can I make it right?".

    I went through a divorce from a long term marriage due to my wife's cheating. Given that the other party was a so-call church minister, you really don't want to ask me what I think should be done to 98% of those bastards. That said, I really don't know how you make something like that right. In the old days you could have demanded "satisfaction", and as long as you were a quicker and more accurate draw, you would get it. Our society has changed since then.

    So, Vance (and cheating whore), how do you make things right? How do you restore a broken husband's life? How do you right the wrong that is going to happen to their child who will now probably be a product of shared custody?

    I have to wonder what chance civil litigation against Vance for allowing this to happen (he was supposedly in a position of higher authority) would have in terms of making claims for disrupting the lives of a now estranged husband and a young child?

    I know that I am projecting my own wounds, but the bastard should be made to suffer for this in some way other than his family getting shamed and his not getting elected in November - which he won't. As it stands, he is going to leave behind a legacy of carnage - all in the name of jezsus.
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  2. gyver

    gyver Rely on yourself not on others.

    Going to church no more makes a person a christian than standing in a shop makes.them a mechanic.

    I read the somewhere and thought. Yep.
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  3. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

    Not really. Just like his wife, no one will trust him anymore. And, just like Jimmy Swaggart, he has further reduced the credibility of those who make a big deal out of their Christianity and family values. The truest Christians I've ever known did not wear their faith on their sleeve or hold it aloft like a talisman.
  4. LSUsupaFan

    LSUsupaFan Founding Member

    Here is the deal... everytime a family values religous right guy gets caught in a sex scandal the district that guy represents has legal gay marraige.

    If a liberal gets caught, no gun control in their district.
  5. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

    You are surprised and shocked by ANYTHING a politician does?
  6. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

    Eh.... I didn't vote for the fucker. I voted for a democrat from Marksville. I don't trust anyone who mixes their religious belief into politics. And this guy was a Robertson guy, so I really didn't trust him to have anyone but his own best interest at heart. I said fuck him then, I say fuck him now.
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  7. shane0911

    shane0911 Veteran Member Staff Member

    Who is he? What did he do?

    LSUMASTERMIND Veteran Member

    lol there is video, enough said!
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  9. shane0911

    shane0911 Veteran Member Staff Member

    Now I'm interested
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  10. mctiger

    mctiger Kenny HIlliard, Beast Staff Member

    Jesus addressed this in Luke 18, the story of the Pharisee and the tax collector. Humility is one of the major tenants of virtue. Or in sports terminology, when you get in the end zone, act like you've been there before.
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