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A Nasty, Bad Naughty Boy

C000858.jpgAll right — this will be the last Larry Craig post, I promise. I would be remiss, however, if I didn’t present the now-stale news that Senator Craig is no longer a Senator, having resigned over the weekend after the Republicans pushed him out. Questions have been raised over why the Republican forced Craig out, but not Louisiana Senator David Vitter, who all but admitted he’d been involved with a D.C. prostitute. Is it because, in Idaho, Craig will be replaced by a Republican, while in Louisiana Vitter would likely be replaced by a Democrat? Or is it because Vitter paid to have sex with a woman, while Craig propositioned a man? I’m guessing it’s for both reasons.

And, there was a part of me that felt inclined to feel a little sorry for Craig, even though it is his type who forces gay Senators to stay in the closet and, subsequently, find themselves in airport bathrooms doing the blowjob toe-tap. But, then I saw this clip (on Bill Maher’s show), and the tiniest inkling of sympathy I had for the man dried up like day-old semen on a pair of finely pressed trousers. I mean, damn: Creepy.

(You have to love Chris Matthews’ look at the end! — SF)

I should also suggest to the many of you that, if you’re going to whip out your willy and ask someone in a public restroom to do the whistling, you’d best hurry. According to Michael Bresciani, restroom gays are bringing about the apocalypse:

Public bathrooms across the nation are now one of the favorites of the gay sleaze spots. Why all the attention on a single U.S. Senator and so little for the gay trend? That’s easy to answer as we approach an election year. We are also approaching a year of judgment but few will be aware of that.
To wit; “But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.” Mt 24: 37-39.