Paul LePage’s lewd description of an unlubricated sex act as a metaphor a state senator’s participation in the legislative process indicates the governor is unfit for public office.

Because Maine voters have no right under the state Constitution to put this man out of office, it is up to the Legislature to do it.

By using explicit terms depicting sexual violence, LePage has defiled his oath of office and the political institution he was elected to administer.

The Legislature has the power and duty to impeach him and needs to do it now.

Ellen Ryan


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