Thursday, November 22, 2007



Last week the Washington Post was reporting that Louisiana right-wing hypocrite David Diapers Vitter was laying low as his prostitution addiction started making the headlines again.
On Tuesday, the day Vitter was subpoenaed by the former owner of an escort service to which he has been linked, Vitter skipped a Louisiana delegation news conference with Rep. Bobby Jindal (R-La.), the state's incoming governor. Sen. Mary Landrieu (D), Rep. Rodney Alexander (R) and outgoing Gov. Kathleen Blanco were all there.

On Thursday of last week, Vitter was conspicuously missing from the limelight as Landrieu and the rest of the Louisiana delegation touted their "$12 Billion Day"-- having secured that much money to help the state's continued rebuilding effort from Katrina and provide future storm and flood protection.

But then again, Thursday was the day Hustler magazine provided advance copies to the media of its upcoming January issue (see video below) featuring the former prostitute who claims she provided services to Vitter in 1999, the year he won a House race in a special election.

Vitter was so very distraught because the DC Madam, Deborah Jeane Palfrey, who ran one of the many escort services he used, had subpoenaed him in her trial. She "is trying to prove that her business was not a prostitution ring, as the government alleges in its racketeering and money laundering case against her. Vitter, Palfrey's legal theory goes, would be able to help prove that nothing illegal-- i.e., sex for money-- happened between him and any of the gals working for the escort service." Problem is, of course, Vitter has already admitted he was a client. What's he going to tell the jury, that he just liked dressing up in a diaper and chatting over tea?

Well, it's all academic now. The judge just gave him a great big Thanksgiving present, not quite as big a deal as Bush pardoning May and Spring, but for Vitter, still
a relief. "Judge Gladys Kessler canceled the hearing Wednesday, saying it served no purpose in the criminal case. It was Kessler who originally set the hearing but, after seeing Palfrey's witness list, the judge said she was convinced Palfrey was just trying to game the judicial system."

Meanwhile Hustler is promoting the new issue with a free video that is being eagerly watched all over the Bayou State. On it one of the dozens of prostitutes Vitter has hired over the years talks about their long affair-- which was broken off after she told Vitter her real name, "Wendy," just like his wife. Wendy also explains that Vitter didn't want her taking a shower or wearing any perfume and that he was unimaginative in bed and extremely not hung. If you don't know what I mean by that, listen to this lovely song by Julia Lee and keep in mind that Senator Vitter wouldn't make it into the clip. Oh, and here's Vitter's gal, not the Wendy who threatened to do a Lorena Bobbitt on him, the one who just emasculated him in another way.

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At 7:24 AM, Blogger cybermome said...

Thanks to wireless and lap tops...we had a good chuckle over our turkey and tofu turkey ( daughters vegan)over this post The only person who didn't laugh was my best friend...who has voted Republican for years ( Isreal and she doesn't believe in abortion) She told me recently shes not Republican anymore ( cause of pardoning Libby)but shes not a Democrat...Shes feeling real cognitive dissonance over the inploding of her former party...

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