Via Time: When Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana confessed to "a very serious sin" on Monday night, Debra Jean Palfrey was not about to forgive him. Si
July 10, 2007

Paltry Vitter Via Time:

When Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana confessed to "a very serious sin" on Monday night, Debra Jean Palfrey was not about to forgive him. Sin is one thing; but Palfrey believes Vitter — a proponent of the "sanctity of marriage" — should fess up if that sin was a crime as well. [..]"Why am I the only person being prosecuted?" she told TIME over the phone. "Sen. Vitter should be prosecuted [if he broke the law]" Read more...

Apparently, Vitter has a thing for ladies of the night. It's ok though, he's received forgiveness from his wife and God and claims he's not going to discuss the matter publicly. The problem is, he doesn't work for his wife or God, he works for the citizens of Louisiana and the entire country in the U.S. Senate...you know, the public? Howie asks when Vitter will resign, and I think it's time for Patrick Leahy and Harry Reid to look into the Senator's behavior...

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