James Fagan is evil

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on June 24, 2008

There's no other way to say it. James Fagan is a defense attorney by trade and a Massachusetts lawmaker because there's people out there that support Democrats like him. In a recent debate on "Jessica's Law," which would require a mandatory minimum of 20 years for the rape of a child under 12, Fagan made the following insightful observations:

Fagan, a defense attorney, infuriated victims’ rights advocates during a recent House debate when he said he would “rip apart” 6-year-old victims on the witness stand and “make sure the rest of their life is ruined.”

In a fiery soliloquy on the House floor, Fagan said he’d grill victims so that, “when they’re 8 years old they throw up; when they’re 12 years old, they won’t sleep; when they’re 19 years old, they’ll have nightmares and they’ll never have a relationship with anybody.”

Fagan's contact information is here.

The fact that Fagan hasn't been run over by a truck proves that God is merciful. However, if he's re-elected, this time around, it goes to show you that just about everything is acceptable if you've got a "D" after your name.

0 comments on “James Fagan is evil”

  1. C'mon.. be honest! I mean at LEAST don't lie to yourself. Having a D after your name has NOTHING, ZERO, ZIP, ZILCH, NADA to do with anything. There are R's, I's, G's and L's who have done as bad if not worse!

    Nothing will change with people lying to themselves as you have done above.

  2. You miss my point. It's not that R's, I's, G's and L's haven't done disgusting things -- its that by and large when the other letters do something like this (at least the R's and L's and maybe the I's) they often end up resigning -- or at least losing re-election. Fagan is from the same state that has sent Ted Kennedy back to the Senate every six years -- what would Mary Joe Koepechne think of that. Rep. Barney Frank's boyfriend was running a gay-prostitution ring out of Frank's condo -- Frank continues to be re-elected. Rep. Gerry Stubbs "had a relationship" with a teenage House page -- and was repeatedly re-elected.

    Republican Mark Foley sends some dirty e-mails to underage pages and gets tossed out of office.

    That's the difference. There are exceptions. Sen. Larry Craig comes to mind -- but don't expect him to get re-elected.


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