Tuesday, July 17, 2007

One of the Nicest and Most Honorable Men


Jeanette Maier of New Orleans called Senator David Vitter “one of the nicest and most honorable men I’ve ever met.” The senator has long been a champion of family values. He is against abortion and same-sex marriage. Despite his strong position on family values, however, Mr. Vitter has no objection to patronizing whorehouses. His name, along with that of former U. S. Global AIDS coordinator Randy Tobias, was found on the telephone list of D. C. madam Deborah Jeane Plafrey.

This is not the first time that Vitter has been connected with prostitutes. Jeanatte Maier, who called him, “one of the nicest and most honorable men,” should know. She was acquainted with lots of men in her role as madam of a high-priced New Orleans brothel.

To his credit, the senator did not try to claim, like Randy Tobias, that he has “some gals come over to give him a massage.” Vitter admitted that he had some “very serious sin in his past.” We agree. Hypocrisy is a serious sin.

Senator Vitter had been campaigning for Rudy Guiliani in the South because the former New York City mayor needed someone with a strong conservative image to counteract his moderate/liberal position.

Guiliani is now looking for a conservative family-values politician who doesn’t have a secret life of hidden sin.

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