A nasty, bad naughty boy

If I were Sen. Larry Craig (R-ID), arrested for soliciting sex in a men’s room, I don’t think I’d open my press conference with the words, “Thank you all for coming out today.”

But then that’s just me. Your mileage may vary.

And yes, I am truly enjoying the conservative nutjobs in this current “I’m a fiddler crab!” mode. I do hope they can keep it up. And I bet they can.

In other news, I’m a little behind on “Sir Christémas,” since I spent last night getting 144 balloons inflated, organized, and installed on my mother’s front yard so that when she awoke this morning on her 75th birthday, the whole neighborhood could see.

And this morning, when I might have done a little catching up, I spent racing Sam to the emergency room after he was chewed up by wandering dogs at 5:00 am. He seems to be OK: some puncture wounds on his butt which require stitches (and thus an expensive hospital stay), but otherwise by the time we left, he was ready to come home, he said.

So maybe I can knock out my GHP report very quickly this afternoon and then work on the music tonight.

3 thoughts on “A nasty, bad naughty boy

  1. You know, I kinda feel bad for the guy. It’s too bad he feels he has to hide the fact that he’s gay. I also don’t like the idea of police departments targeting gay folks.

  2. Save your pity. This is one case where being gay is a choice: he chose to hide in the closet and he chose to bash gays as a very public part of his political career and he chose to marry to cover up his issues and he chose to break those vows by soliciting sex in men’s rooms.

    As for police targeting gay folk, they wouldn’t be doing that if it weren’t for the likes of politicians like Sen. Craig. Plus which, going down on your fellow man in a public space is just tacky.

  3. But let’s not forget that he didn’t actually “go down” on anyone. As I understand it, all he was really guilty of was tapping his feet in the stall. Kinda stupid to plead guilty to disorderly conduct, I must admit. Of course, as with most GOP escapades, the HYPOCRISY is what really sticks in my craw.

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