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(202) 224-4,623 Call With Your Questions
September 30, 2009
Why should right wing pranksters be the only ones who crash offices with partisan prostitution tax questions? At least these are about a real prostitute. Go ahead, give him a call.
Now me, I don't care who sleeps with our politicians.
Honestly, I couldn't care less. If it calms them down enough to make some decent policy decisions, let 'em sleep with all the prostitutes they want. Hell, let's get them some government sponsored prostitutes. Why not? Let's subsidize sex workers to soothe the raging libidos of our wildly oversexed legislators. At last, a stimulus package the Senate can get behind. We can call it the "pubic option."
But hypocrisy is a special kind of gall. If Senator Vitter is so outraged by the ACORN prostitution scandal, surely he doesn't mind talking about his own.
The group that Vitter and others so easily condemn provides vital services to some of the poorest people in America. ACORN is clearly imperfect, but it takes a bold man to attack their sex worker interactions when his own have gone unpunished.
So as long as the self-proclaimed "most outspoken critic of ACORN" is sitting in judgement of prostitute consultations, let's benefit from his real world experience. Call up Senator Vitter's office, ask him all your questions vis-a-vis hooker management services. If the topic is important enough to deny services to the most underserved communities in America, it's important enough for him to address directly.
And who knows? Maybe Vitter will even come to appreciate ACORN. They cradle our nation's poorest communities, wrapping them in a cushion of service that absorbs their issues and softens blows to vulnerable regions. It's almost, I dunno...diaper-like. Diaperish. Diaper-y-ist-ic.
This is delicate, because I don't know if it's anyone's business. Y'know, some things should just be between a Senator and his prostitute. But, on the other hand, it's pretty hilarious. In the end I caved to cheap, tawdry references. It's a weakness.
Written and Directed by: Andy Cobb
Director of Photography: Michael Kallio
Interviewer: Andy Cobb
Cast: David Carmon