jaredsxtn Wrote: Aaron Schock, my former hometown Congressman, announced his resignation from office today effective March 31. There has been seemingly endless controversy swirling around Schock since a report about his Downton Abbey themed office and the final nail in the coffin came after Politico reported that the Congressman charged the taxpayer over $45,000 dollars worth of mileage that he never drove.Schock may wish that this will all just pass, but I wouldn't be surprised if this is just the beginning for him. A criminal investigation is all but assured and there is a very real possibility the soon to be former Congressman will be seeing himself behind bars in the not too distant future.
johnnycee Wrote: If he was a long termed rep. it just gives more fuel to the term limit debate in which I am in favor of. if not then he was a thief to begin with and the office didn't corrupt him, either way he has to go and be held accountable, whether it's criminal or civil , doesn't matter, as long as he is held accountable.
lonely bird Wrote: Perhaps we should reserve l.a.'s carpet bombing for tom cotton et al.These people including McCain who invoked neville chamberlain when commenting about the GERMAN foreign minister are not simply incredibly ridiculous, they are incredibly dangerous.They all need to resign.
Schmidt Wrote: He is single at age 33....and maybe going to jail. Self destruction.