Alex Blaze

Larry Craig's public statement

Filed By Alex Blaze | August 28, 2007 7:43 PM | comments

Filed in: Fundie Watch, Politics
Tags: Bill Clinton, conservative politics, Larry Craig

First it's "I'm a powerful man, so I can't be arrested." Then it's "In contradiction to everything I built my career on, I'll accuse the police of forcing me to confess. Don't ever expect me to stand up for people who are actually railroaded into confessing or ever support anyone else when they accuse the police of misconduct." Now it's, well, you knew it was coming:

Yes, that's right: "It's the media's fault!"

So, two questions. First, do all conservative politicians go to the same crisis management school together? Second, how long until Larry Craig compares himself to Bill Clinton?

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"I am not gay and I never have been gay" he says...

...except for that time he got thrown out of the military. And that time he got caught up in the page scandal. Was he still gay when Mike Rogers outed him? And how about when he was trying to pick up the undercover cop in the stall next to him? Was he gay those times? Or maybe he's trying to say he's bisexual.

That'd fit.