Republican Politician Naked, Bending Over on Gay Sex Site

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this would be so much bigger than Weiner. The GOP is quite lucky its only a Puerto Rican guy.

i still cannot believe the bending over pic. its pixelated and i still cant unsee it.

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Republican Politician Naked, Bending Over on Gay Sex Site

Puerto Rico's Anthony Weiner is much more thrilling than ours: Last week, images from Puerto Rican senator and GOP cheerleader Roberto Arango's alleged profile on gay hook-up app Grindr surfaced. When a Puerto Rican TV show confronted him, Arango neither confirmed nor denied making the profile but offered this excuse:

You know I've been losing weight. As I shed that weight, I've been taking pictures. I don't remember taking this particular picture but I'm not gonna say I didn't take it. I'd tell you if I remembered taking the picture but I don't.

All an innocent mistake. Simple misunderstanding. I thought "Grindr" was a community for trading work-out tips? I've been having trouble toning my torso. Also, this area right here, lemme get the angle right so you can see it —

Aahh, there, much better. Really been trying to tone my grundle these days! Better post this picture on Grindr, too. Need advice on how to lose these three extra pounds from the inside of my asscrack.

Arango, a member of the Puerto Rican Senate, vice-chaired George W. Bush's 2004 Puerto Rico campaign
 

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Republican? He's a Puerto Rico politican. That's a different country
 

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Kee-rist. What the fuck is going on in the Republican party? Closeted fags and rabid Bible-thumpers under every stone you turn.
 

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technically they're soverign, right?
 

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Not sure if it's a country, but it's a different area than the US. How's that? It's definitely not the same country.
Arango, a member of the Puerto Rican Senate, vice-chaired George W. Bush's 2004 Puerto Rico campaign
Why would Bush have a Puerto Rico campaign? Absentee ballots?
 

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It's a US territory.

Puerto Ricans are basically American citizens... which is why they can travel to the states as migrants rather than immigrants.

Puerto Ricans enjoy just about every US right that regular ol' US citizen enjoys... with the exception of that they don't get to vote in US Presidential elections, but on the flip side they don't have to pay federal income taxes... so it's a pretty good deal.
 

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this would be so much bigger than Weiner. The GOP is quite lucky its only a Puerto Rican guy.
And quite lucky he's a politician in Puerto Rico...and doesn't actually have a seat in the US Senate or House.
And quite lucky he's technically not even in the GOP and instead is part of the New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico.

With all of that said...yes, he's a scumbag.
 

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It's a US territory.

Puerto Ricans are basically American citizens... which is why they can travel to the states as migrants rather than immigrants.

Puerto Ricans enjoy just about every US right that regular ol' US citizen enjoys... with the exception of that they don't get to vote in US Presidential elections, but on the flip side they don't have to pay federal income taxes... so it's a pretty good deal.
No taxes and I don't have to vote? Put me on a boat.
 

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No taxes and I don't have to vote? Put me on a boat.
Oh yeah... it's a sweet deal the PRs have.

I just remembered..

I was on jury duty in upstate NY way back when. We had a case where three PRs in a rental car got pulled over on the NYS Thruway... surprise, surprise... the trunk was filled with weed and coke.

So they've got one of the PRs on the stand and this miserable old biddy who was on the jury with me requested permission from the judge that she be allowed to ask the defendant a question. He grants permission and she asks the guy, "Do you have a green card? Are you an illegal alien?" I guess the old bat had a boner about wetbacks.The PR answered back... through an interpreter(he didn't habla a word of English), "I don't need a green card. I'm from Puerto Rico." The old biddy thought the PR being a wiseass, and she asked him again all pissed off, "Are you an illegal alien!?" The PR laughed and answered, "No, I'm not an illegal alien. I'm Puerto Rican." Biddy was about to blow her stack and we had to explain to her that Puerto Ricans are basically American citizens who are free to come and go just like a person who lived in Hawaii.

I'll never forget the look of horror on the old gal's face as the truth sunk in.

It was a hoot.
 

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Son, I don't think you could handle any Hispanic women in bed. They'd snap your dick off (through incredible sexual prowess) then shove it down your throat.
But then they'd turn 30 and blow up like ticks on a vein, dye their hair that baboon orange color they all do, and start drawing their missing eyebrows on with a Sharpie.

Father time is not kind to the PR chicks.
 

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Nah, this guy means well...he's got his head on straight and deserves the very best we can provide for him. Very smart man. :icon_cool
Did I just create the new "fight for his constituency" quote?? Nice! :icon_lol:
 

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But then they'd turn 30 and blow up like ticks on a vein, dye their hair that baboon orange color they all do, and start drawing their missing eyebrows on with a Sharpie.

Father time is not kind to the PR chicks.
Does he touch them inappropriately when they're 5?
 
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It's a US territory.

Puerto Ricans are basically American citizens... which is why they can travel to the states as migrants rather than immigrants.

Puerto Ricans enjoy just about every US right that regular ol' US citizen enjoys... with the exception of that they don't get to vote in US Presidential elections, but on the flip side they don't have to pay federal income taxes... so it's a pretty good deal.
So basically it'd be the most perfect place on Earth if not for all the Puerto Ricans?
 
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So basically it'd be the most perfect place on Earth if not for all the Puerto Ricans?
Yep:


Murder Rate and Fear Rise in Puerto Rico




LOÍZA, P.R. — As people strolled past the Alambique liquor store here recently, the puddle of blood and the bullet-shattered storefront behind it scarcely merited a glance. Yet another young man had been shot. Yet another tally would be added to the record books.

For Roberto Clemente, who lives down the street from the crime scene, such casual acceptance illustrates just how deeply Puerto Ricans have been shaken by the island’s murder wave.

“Enough is enough,” said Mr. Clemente, 59, who works for the town doing cleanup duties, as he motioned toward the liquor store. “We live unsafely in our homes. The cops know who did what, but there are no witnesses. Even if you see who did it, you stay quiet.”

Now plagued by a steadily worsening murder rate, more Puerto Ricans are second-guessing their evening plans, contemplating moving to the mainland and sending away for gun permits in larger numbers to protect themselves. And the police are rolling out new strategies they hope will bring things under control.

So far this year, there have been 525 murders in Puerto Rico, a number that is outpacing last year’s 983 homicides, the second-highest ever, and the 995 in 1994. New York City, with a population a bit over twice that of Puerto Rico, reported 199 murders through the middle of this month, with a total of 536 in 2010.

High murder rates are not unusual in Puerto Rico. Between 1980 to 2005 the average annual homicide rate was 19 per 100,000 in Puerto Rico and 8 per 100,000 on the mainland.

Murders on the island declined early last decade, only to spike again recently for the same reasons they did 20 years ago, when drug trafficking, gangs and carjackings rocked Puerto Rico.

José Figueroa Sancha, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who is now superintendent of the Puerto Rico Police Department, said the 17,000-member force (second largest in the country, after New York’s) is now using CompStat, a computer system for tracking crime patterns that was first used successfully in New York City.

“We are transforming the police force and reorganizing them,” Mr. Figueroa said at his headquarters. “We will give them the weapons they need and also the technology we need.”

Last year, Gov. Luis Fortuño deployed the National Guard to try to curb the killings, a tactic used in the early 1990s. But the extra patrols proved ineffective.

While the homicide plague predominates in poor areas, the concern has become acute this year because it has occasionally spilled into San Juan’s tourist areas and crossed into wealthy districts. It has also broken into the open, with shootouts occurring on city streets and major thoroughfares.

Last Wednesday, for example, Maurice Joseph Spagnoletti, an executive vice president of Doral Bank in Puerto Rico, was shot to death as he drove his Lexus down a busy road in San Juan shortly after evening rush. The assailant fired three shots into his neck.

The police in Puerto Rico say that nearly half of all homicides on the island — a popular way station for narcotics shipped from South American to the United States — are connected to drug-trafficking turf wars. Of the other half, 18 so far this year were related to domestic violence and 18 involved people who were gay or transgender.

Two murders were recently reported in Condado, a tourist section, but Puerto Rico has seen no decline in bookings, said Clarisa Jiminéz, the head of the Puerto Rico Hotel and Tourism Association. “It is true we have faced some situations in the past,” she said, “but the tourist areas are very safe.”

Recognizing that the island’s homicide rate is unacceptably high and spiraling higher, Governor Fortuño has labeled it a priority while underscoring that the incidence of other crimes, like robbery and burglary, has decreased. Puerto Rican police officials are also working more closely with federal agencies to bring down the murder rate.
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