18 October 2007 at 8:16:31 AM
I guess it's not bad enough that a sitting senator solicits sex in a public mens restroom from other men while proclaiming not to be gay, but he has to drag his wife, whom he has been lying to about it, onto the TV to try and help defend him. He didn't even tell her until it became public...what a scumbag this guy is. I like the part of the interview where Matt Lauer says something to the affect of you went into the restroom...and then Larry Craig's wife chimes in...every week, and I get this picture in my head that he has been soliciting sex every week which is why he was one of them that got caught. She thinks she is helping the interview by stating this when in fact it makes it that much more creepy that a sitting senator has been hitting particular restrooms looking for public sex from other men every single week. Larry Craig declares he isn't gay during the interview but I think Matt gave him too many passes....I would have asked him how many times he has had sex with other men instead of asking him if he was gay. Lot's of creeps like him don't consider themselves gay...but that doesn't make it so. How many times have you had sex with other men in public restrooms might have been a good question. That's the norm for Republicans though...don't accept any responsibility for your own actions, blame the other guy who busted you for soliticing sex in a mens restroom. Don't take one ounce of responsibility and be sure to lie to your family...these are the Republican values of today.
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18 Oct 2007 @ 9:36:40 AM
She has a choice in this, too. She is CHOOSING to go before the cameras and support her man, Tammy Wynette style. Remember when David Vitter's wife went before the cameras to uphold her prostitute-using husband? There's no way in a similar instance I would publicly support my husband if he did this-he's just have to twist in the wind in front of the cameras all by his lonesome.
I do feel a little sorry for her; not much, but a little, because it seems to me that if she has to confront the reality of what her husband did it will shatter her entire life and the fiction that she has surrounded herself with. I saw how her voice was breaking when she told Lauer that Craig didn't even TELL her for two months what happened (and you know it was only when it was becoming public knowledge that he did.) Everyone wants to have a little world that is safe and predictable, at least to some extent, so I can't fault her for not wanting to rock that boat and believe the best. So I think that showing up with him isn't so much for HIM as it is for HER.
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