Of the Senate, that is. Reports are coming in saying that could happen as early as today. The police interview doesn’t really help Larry Craig’s case very much. Craig doesn’t seem to find anything self-evidently wrong with being detained and interrogated for foot-bumping and hand-waving, and tries to deny the hand-waving. The most charitable explanation is that he was at least familiar with these strange men’s room codes.
I don’t disagree with Quin that this is a human tragedy — the “I’m not gay, I don’t do these things” protests sound like the words of a conflicted man in denial. It is also, it would seem, conduct unbecoming of a senator.
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