I know, I know. The Larry Craig thing is old news, which is why SNL is finally picking up on it. But this is funny, which is perhaps the most surprising thing of all.
I was just about to write a post noting that virtually every commenter to this post ignored the actual point of the post and simply returned to argue again and.
A couple of our commenters made this point well, too, but this post very effectively expresses my puzzlement over various male commenters who seemed to think that having a foot.
According to CNN, Idaho Senator may be stepping down today. It's obvious that Craig - like so many others in the scandal-ridden GOP - is a complete and utter hypocrite. But I find all the hot air blowing and chest beating from the right in...
GFR has more details, concluding that under Minnesota law that signaling someone in a public place that you'd be interested in engaging in consensual lewdness is not, in fact, illegal..
Yglesias and Balko are right that pretty much any substantive defense of the proposition that what Vitter did is less serious than what Craig did comes down to "pure homophobia.".