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We'd like to introduce you to Larry Craig, the Senator from Idaho. He's a quiet, self-effacing fellow, which is why you may not have heard of him....




We'd like to introduce you to Larry Craig, the Senator from Idaho. He's a quiet, self-effacing fellow, which is why you may not have heard of him. He may also like to have sex with men in bathrooms.* Sort of like his friend David Vitter, the lovely Senator from Louisiana. But with men in bathrooms instead of prostitutes.

*In case you couldn't have predicted, Craig voted for the same sex marriage ban. Because why marry them when you can have sex with them in airport bathrooms? If you really want to know whether the Senator is gay, check out this exhaustive article from the Idaho Statesman, in which the Senator uses the word "jiminy" in one of his denials.
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