Senator Vitter Accidentally Admitted Relationship With Call Girl in 2002

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From The Raw Story

Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) made a potentially Freudian slip-up while taking part in a New Orleans radio interview five years ago.

MSNBC's Dan Abrams, who hosted New Orleans call girl Wendy Cortez and Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt on his program Tuesday evening, played an excerpt from a July 2002 broadcast of Ringside, a political radio show during which Sen. Vitter was confronted by a caller to the program about a possible relationship with Cortez.

The caller, identified as "Flaming Liberal," challenged Vitter to “sign under the penalty of perjury an affidavit saying you have never had an extramarital affair and you have never known, met or been in the company of one Wendy Cortez.”

"Thank you for repeating all these vicious rumors that my political enemies are trying to bandy about," Vitter had responded on the show, adding, apparently mistakenly, that "those rumors are absolutely true," and continuing, "they really don't belong in any political campaign and I've stated very clearly that they're lies..."

Tango’s Take
Senator Vitter made a leeeettle slip of the tongue. Big whoop, Allen Iverson once confused Michael Jordan’s name with Michael Jackson’s. We've event hollered the wrong name during intimate time. It happens. We’re not sure what the fuss is over. Vitter admitted to some whoremongering in his time. We’ve been to New Orleans; it’s tempting. At this point, all of this is just piling on. The bummer for him, though, is admitting one whore is akin to admitting to the whole sordid whore-fair. Oh well. Senator Larry “Men’s Room” Craig is in the same boat. A guilty plea on his part gives credibility to all those old gay rumors. Hmm. We like Larry Flint’s involvement. He just likes seeing powerful people caught with their pants down and is fairly apolitical about it (i.e. equal opportunity and non-partisan). Keeping bringing the mighty low, Larry.

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