VITTER'S TROUBLES GROWING MORE BITTER-- AND ANOTHER REPUBLICAN LEGISLATOR GETS ARRESTED FOR SOLICITING (A MALE IN A PUBLIC TOILET)
Vitter never tried no monkey business with Harriet-- neither did Allen
This Vitter thing just doesn't want to go away. One of the Madams he was working with to procure women for him says he should be prosecuted (it is true that what he was doing actually is a crime) while another Madam says he "wasn't doing anything out of the ordinary" with her girls over the years (except that he was into a diaper fetish, just like Holy Joe).
The whole thing is certainly an embarrassment for the Louisiana
Preacher and GOP presidential contender Governor Mike Huckabee doesn't seem too proud to have Vitter's hypocrisy making a statement about GOP phony-baloneys either. "Many of us became a part of the Republican Party so that we could find a home for traditional beliefs regarding marriage and family and the sanctity of human life. If those things really don't exist in the party, then we have to ask, 'Why are we here?'"
One guy who is really embarrassed is Vitter's political protégé, Bobby Jindal, who has Vitter's old congressional seat and is currently running for governor of Louisiana. Jindal is in the same awkward position of so many Louisiana Republicans-- Vitter included-- who have been clamoring for William Jefferson to step down. Will they hold Vitter to the same standards?
The local papers seem filled with despair about the cesspool-like politics of the Bayou State. In Alexandria Town Talk summed it all up: "We've got a Democratic congressman caught with $90,000 in cash in his freezer and facing federal bribery charges, and a Republican senator caught with his pants down and facing a wife who... compared herself to the knife-wielding, libido-snipping Lorena Bobbitt. Welcome to Louisiana."
Meanwhile, up the road apiece the Republicans are having another sex scandal. This time it's Florida State Rep. Robert Allen of Merritt Island. The 48 year old Republican Representative was arrested today on second degree misdemeanor charges for solicitation for prostitution. And the twist is that he's a married many and was asking an undercover cop in a men's room if he could pay him to give him a blowjob. It's so GOP!
Allen was out for a little afternoon delight and got nabbed at noon in Titusville, Florida. "Officers say they noticed Allen acting suspicious as he went in and out of the men's restroom 3 times. Minutes later, he solicited an undercover male officer inside the restroom, offering to perform oral sex for $20." He was first elected in 2000 and lists "water sports" as a hobby on his official state website. He also uses a 10 year old photo-- a sure sign he's gay. The picture above is what he looks like today. The Christian Coalition
There is a difference between Allen and Vitter. Vitter likes women prostitutes and supports the cross-dressing candidate for president. Allen's into the male variety and supports the most senile of the GOP contenders.
UPDATE: LARRY FLYNT SAYS STAY TUNED
He claims there are 20 more elected officials who he's investigating.
"If someone's living a life contrary to the way they're advocating ... then they become fair game," Flynt told reporters. "I don't want a man like that legislating for me, especially in the area of morality."
...The Vitter scandal has touched off new anxiety among Republicans over whether their party will pay the price for members who fail to live up to their moral principles. Flynt, an unabashed Democrat, acknowledged that the GOP provides him with easier targets.
"Republicans are more fun because they get caught so easily," Flynt said. "They've been living a repressed life all their life. Democrats are liberal - they wear it on their sleeve. Their sex life is what it is. They don't spend their whole life trying to cover it up."
UPDATE: CONSIDER THE PUBLIC SERVICE
Both Republican perverts, Vitter and Allen, are countering on the religious right to come to their defense. Regardless of how disgracefully the hypocritically they have lived their lives, both have served the interests of the charlatans who dictate thought patterns in that community. Allen's attorney actually told the media that "We would hope that everyone takes into consideration Mr. Allen's history of public service." And that would be, in both cases, a history of bigotry, divisiveness, and victimization of people whose sins were no different whatsoever than their own. Ah... today's GOP!