Missouri House Speaker John Diehl had admitted exchanging sexually charged texts with an intern, a college freshman. It’s an admission that can damage his family, but it may be more important to look at what he’s done in office than to rant about his extramarital dalliances.
Missouri House Speaker John Diehl had admitted exchanging sexually charged texts with an intern, a college freshman. It’s an admission that can damage his family, but it may be more important to look at what he’s done in office than to rant about his extramarital dalliances. David A. Lieb The Associated Press
Missouri House Speaker John Diehl had admitted exchanging sexually charged texts with an intern, a college freshman. It’s an admission that can damage his family, but it may be more important to look at what he’s done in office than to rant about his extramarital dalliances. David A. Lieb The Associated Press

Sure, politicians cheat, but pay attention to what they accomplish in office

May 13, 2015 07:41 PM