Tuesday, August 28, 2007

The Larry Craig Imbroglio

I've been listening to radio coverage of the burgeoning Larry Craig (R-Idaho) scandal, and I've got to say that I'm confused.

WMAL reports that he's been outed. Craig denies that he's a homo. The Left (you know: the guys who reflexively defended the Great Prevaricator against credible rape charges, aside from serial fondles of aides) is screaming "Hypocrite!"

The evidence seems to me to be rather thin, a combination of a smear campaign by a hostile Idaho newspaper, built upon a bunch of "he said; he said" claims by agenda-driven homosexuals (yes, there is a radical homosexual agenda).

And it all seems to be built on a charge leveled against Craig based upon actions which suggest some kind of secret homo bathroom code.

I don't know if Craig is a homo. Contrary to what some might think, I don't much care at this point, so long as he's not pushing the radical homosexual agenda. Quite the contrary, his public life has been devoted to protecting traditional families.

Of course, he's never going to be able to use the public facilities ever again.


DJ said...

I see you subscribe to the "do as I say, not as I do," philosophy. Don't blame the media on this one. Blame a police department trying to curb unwanted homosexual advances in a bathroom. I hope you support those who try to protect you? Do you mind advances by homos, or have you ever encountered such an advance from perch?

James Young said...

Wow, "DJ"! Where did you come up with that? I said no such thing.

And BTW, I didn't "Blame a police department trying to curb unwanted homosexual advances in a bathroom." Quite the contrary: I applaud their efforts. However, as you'll note from a later post, I have serious reasonable doubt based upon the tape of the post-arrest interview.

Not that it matters today. Craig has resigned.

But thanks for visiting! Next time, use your real name.