If the men quoted in a story in today's Idaho Stateman are to be believed, Senator Larry "I'm Not Gay" Craig really got around. There are now four gay men who say that they have had sexual encounters with Craig who is now more famous for his bathroom exploits than for his notoriously anti-gay voting record. Another man is claiming that Craig tried to toe-tap in 2006 in a bathroom at the Denver International Airport.
Now this could be a case of guys jumping on the bandwagon in hopes of getting their 15 minutes of fame. I don't know. Usually where there's smoke, there's usually at least a spark of fire. Craig has been denying that he is gay since 1982 when a congressional gay sex scandal broke. His denial came even though there had been no allegation thrown his way. He quickly married a woman and adopted her three kids.
As with the Statesman's August report, the new evidence is not definitive. There are no videos, no love letters, no voice messages. Like last August, they are he-said, he-said allegations about a man seeking discreet sex from partners whom he counted on to never tell.