Don Sherfick

Larry Craig to write book about being booked

Filed By Don Sherfick | May 30, 2008 1:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Entertainment, Politics
Tags: Larry Craig, restroom, Scott McClellan

Larry Craig has just announced that he's going to be writing a "tell-all" book which will deal with his Minneapolis restroom episode as well as his never-been-gay-for-even-one-millisecond Senate career. This one the heels of the bruhaha about Scott McClellan's new book, "What Happened".

I doubt it if he'll ask me, but in case he does, please feel free to comment with your suggestions on a suitable title for the Idaho Senator's anticipated effort. I'm still thinking about it. By the way, I think NASA frowns on orbital book signings, especially when the toilets still aren't functional.

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Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | May 31, 2008 12:44 AM

"My Life Changed When Bob Dole Sold Me Viagra"

Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | May 31, 2008 3:48 AM

"A Head of His Time."

"Groping for Glory"

"Agony & Ecstasy"

"Playing Taps"

"Mr. Inchworm goes to the Airport"

"Shoeshines I have Known and Loved"

"The Miracle of Porcelain in our Lives"

"Lost in Transit"

"1001 Uses for Handi-wipes"

"How Playing Euchre Nearly Cost Me Everything"

tobyhannabill | May 31, 2008 5:05 AM

With the success of movies like American Pie, American Gangster, American Graffiti and American Beauty why not call it American Standard after the toilet manufacturer in most public bathrooms.

OMG - I so love the "Groping for Glory" title and "American Standard."

I sooooo would never read that book. "I was just picking up a piece of paper! Really!"