Apparently, Bill Richardson kind of creeps some people out:
The lieutenant governor of New Mexico, Diane Denish was quoted in the Albuquerque Journal saying she avoids standing or sitting near Richardson because of his physical manner, which she said was not improper but was “annoying.” The governor, she said, “pinches my neck. He touches my hip, my thigh, sort of the side of my leg.”
Wonkette does a clever mash-up of Denish’s complaint with an advice-column letter.
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