Larry Craig’s 1982 denial.

With Hugh being a big Slick Mitt fan, you have to wonder how Hugh’s feeling about him now. As for Slick Mitt, his judgment is appalling. Hugh‘s
readers aren’t happy either.

jamesj writes: Monday, August, 27, 2007 8:43 PM
What a train wreck
Gonzales… Craig…Vitter…Bush…

So the senator from “family values GOP” is
searching for sex among the toilets.
What magnificent fraud this political party
has pulled off! What utter idiots are those
that fall for this!

Flush ’em down in 2008.

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gerster writes: Monday, August, 27, 2007 9:02 PM
Mitt sure can pick ’em
eh, Hugh?

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richard_223 writes: Monday, August, 27, 2007 9:03 PM
PUNishment
Why didn’t he just use Craig’s list, would have kept him out of trouble.

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Boris writes: Monday, August, 27, 2007 9:10 PM
Romney’s poor judgement?
What did Romney know about Senator Craig, and when did he know it?

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Richard from Kent, WA writes: Monday, August, 27, 2007 9:17 PM
Craig needs to go, Now!
There are plenty of qualified Republicans in Idhao. Craig needs to go, Now!
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DonAZ writes: Monday, August, 27, 2007 9:21 PM
Tipping Point
If this isn’t it, we’re damn close to it. I consider myself a sensible guy,
a conservative who prefers to weigh matters rather than cite slogans. I read
this and I thought to myself, “The accumulated weight of the rot that
infests the core of the GOP has become almost too much to bear.” Here’s
the difference — I’m damn near too weary to even offer a DEFENSE of the GOP
any more.

I suspect I am not alone. The Republican’s position of power from 1994 on
created a cancer that went to the bone. I’m fully aware of the danger of allowing
the Democrat majority to expand, and the danger of having a D president with
a D Senate and House. But at what point in time do the party faithful just
close their eyes, weep, and walk away? I contend the time is damn well nigh.

Senator
Craig Should Resign

TPM has the arrest report.