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Research. Into "comprehensive sex education" for our nation's youth.
The Real Education for Healthy Youth Act would expand comprehensive sex education programs in schools, while ensuring that federal funds are spent on "effective, age-appropriate and medically accurate" programs. . . .
Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Al Franken (D-Minn.), Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) and Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) are co-sponsoring the bill, as well as 35 House members.
I'm sure Bob got a comprehensive "education" from those underage Dominican hookers that he, ahem, allegedly, patronized.
Congressional junkets are well-known to be Serious Fact-Finding Missions. It's purely a coincidence that they're destined for exotic locales crawling with loose women and free booze. Bob was All Business, IYKWIMAITYD, spending his every waking minute on "research" into sex education. Then he high-tailed it back to the Senate where he wrote everything down, and got his good and trustworthy friend Al Franken to join forces with him.
Alas, the average low-information New Jersey voter is waking up to Bob's mendacity.
Forty-four percent of New Jersey voters believe Sen. Bob Menendez is not honest and trustworthy, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.
Two-thirds of those polled said allegations against the Democratic lawmaker should be investigated.
Overall, the senator now has a 36 percent approval rating, a number that was 51 percent the last time Quinnipiac asked that question, in a survey released Jan. 23.
Seven out of 10 voters in the Garden State have read or heard something about the scandals swirling around Menendez and Melgen.
And here's the best part. The more they know, they more they hate Bob.
More than two thirds of voters have heard of his troubles and the more they know, the less they approve.
Is it any wonder that State Run Media suppressed these, um,
allegations, until after the election?
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