Marla R. Stevens

Larry Craig -- the Santorum finally hits the fan

Filed By Marla R. Stevens | October 25, 2007 4:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Fundie Watch, Fundie Watch, Politics, The Movement
Tags: gay sex, Santorum, Senate

Wonkette bagged yet another example of that which of Larry Craig is in denial.

The comments after the sordid little post-jump tale are priceless.

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Marla R. Stevens Marla R. Stevens | October 25, 2007 7:26 PM

Stunned silence, guys?

Michael Crawford Michael Crawford | October 26, 2007 1:02 AM


Its like a trashy novel come to life. I can't wait to find out what happens next.

Marla R. Stevens Marla R. Stevens | October 26, 2007 1:31 AM

My reaction exactly, Michael -- I was spellbound, then wrote my wife, "omg...OMG...OMG!!!!"

I mean, I'd read accounts of his T-room exploits before but this is so much more compelling. It's the sort of thing you just couldn't make up. And the guy involved and the fellow he told it to are both not the sort to do that anyway.

It's so very Hill house closet scene ordinary -- in a very wife's out-of-town, amongst the bric-a-brac sort of way. It has it all -- sleaze, the sordid, standard D.C. power phraseology, abuse of the not-quite-innocent, jeez-I-need-a-shower-but-I-can't-look-away, poisoned soul caught in the act, been down low so long it looks like up to him, riotously hilariously gotcha and indescribably pitiful OMG Ted Haggard was nothing compared to this revealing truth.

This is so juicy! It sounds like some soft-core fiction that Lynn Cheney or Bill O'Reily might write...

Marla R. Stevens Marla R. Stevens | October 26, 2007 4:45 PM

Which, of course, makes it ring more true for all that the style is so not what a politically motivated Democrat would use.