KSL's Nightside Project was interesting last night. Host Michael Castner talked about the persistent rumors regarding Sen. Larry Craig's sexual orientation that he heard as long back as the 1970s, when he was a young reporter at a small Idaho station. And again in the early 1980s, when Craig's name kept coming up during the Congressional page sex scandal.
Craig is doing a lot of tap dancing--er, explaining what really happened in that men's room. He has a wide stance, that's why his foot ended up under the next guy's stall. (Too much information, Senator.) And, um, he was just tapping his foot thinking about that rockin' Idaho state song.
And as for standing outside the stall and looking through the crack into it, well, maybe he wasn't sure if it was occupied, and couldn't tell from the two shoes on the floor.
Craig is also busy on the "I'm not gay" circuit. That may well be true. But has anyone asked him what his definition of "gay" is? We could have another Clinton "sexual relations" hair split here.
In the meantime, though, thank you, Sen. Craig. Wild thing, you make our hearts sing.