Keller: Why Do Pols Involved In Scandal Still Get Voter Support?

BOSTON (CBS) — For the first time in 100 years, a Boston city councilor was expelled this for accepting a bribe, but the fact that the councilors removed Chuck Turner got a lot of his constituents upset.

Why do so many politicians in scandal keep getting support?

Pam Wilmot, Executive Director of Common Cause, discusses the issue with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller.

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  1. John Joseph Grimes says:

    Very simple answer. All politics are based on the indifference of the majority of voters who turn a blind eye to their misdeeds.

  2. taxedout says:

    In tis state…..Mind Control!!!!

  3. fred says:

    My father-in-law use to say you always democrat. I asked him what if he is a crook? He replied at least he our crook.

  4. mikey says:

    Turner was expelled because he wouldn’t resign. The only person he’s fooling with his innocence and discrimination B.S. is himself.

  5. taxedout says:

    Charlie Rangel Not resiging either…This is Definetly racial!!! 11 time drunk driver with a Valid Mass license!!!! Let’s work on Illegal in state tuition First, let more of these morons kill as we work on Important issues that are moving us in the right direction!!!! Look both way’s!!!

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