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Can You Help Fund My Investigation Of The RNC's Favorite Club "Voyeur"?

I think I need to do some real investigative reporting to check out why the RNC's favorite LA hangout club is Voyeur. Washington Post: Although

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I think I need to do some real investigative reporting to check out why the RNC's favorite LA hangout club is Voyeur.

Washington Post:

Although it is not unusual for either party to spend money in tony settings to cater to wealthy donors, the RNC's latest filings captured widespread attention for one expenditure at a risque nightclub: $1,946.25 for "meals" at Voyeur in West Hollywood, which features topless dancers wearing horse bridles and other bondage gear while mimicking sex acts.

The committee fired an unidentified staff member as a result of the disbursement and emphasized Monday that Steele had not visited the club and was not aware of the expenditure. The reimbursement went to Erik Brown, a Southern California GOP donor who has spent time with Steele in the past and whose marketing firm has earned more than $160,000 from the RNC and other Republican committees, according to campaign disclosure records.

I believe it's important to think like a conservative in this climate so that we can better understand their ridiculous actions and what better way than to check out Voyeur for myself. I'm sure David Vitter could fill me in too, but my attempts at contacting Diaper Dan's office has not resulted in an interview.

Vitter still loves the South, though.

The hooker-loving Vitter shot back with this:

"I'm on the side of conservatives getting back to core conservative values," said Mr. Vitter, Louisiana Republican and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. "There are a lot of us from the South who hold those values, which I think the party is supposed to be about. We strayed from them in the past few years, and that's why we performed so badly in the national elections."

...Mr. Vitter also criticized Mr. Voinovich for voting last week against a failed amendment sponsored by Mr. Vitter and Sen. John Thune, South Dakota Republican, to expand Americans' ability to carry concealed weapons.

"He's a moderate, really wishy-washy," Mr. Vitter said.

Let's see who has it right---a moderate, or a diaper dandy?

Vitter was pretty hard on Voinovich, but I guess he feels he has to uphold true conservative values---like going to clubs like Voyeur.

I wouldn't ask for almost two grand to go to the club if it wasn't absolutely necessary. Since there will be no real travel costs except some gas, I'll be able to get the real sense of the place.

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