Mrs. Larry Craig finally speaks
In an interview with MSNBC's Matt Lauer, scheduled to run tomorrow night, Senator Larry Craig and his wife, Suzanne, denied that their marriage is a cover for his homosexuality.
"People know me and know that I would never do that," Suzanne Craig said. "That's almost like selling your soul for something."
Mrs. Craig might be telling the truth, and her husband might have been telling the truth when he said, "I am not gay." But the issue isn't whether Larry Craig is gay or not. It's whether he's guilty of soliciting sex from an undercover officer in a men's room - and, if he is, whether that's grounds for resignation from the Senate.
If Craig did, indeed, solicit sex from the undercover cop, he might well have just been looking for a quick, noncommittal blow job. Which doesn't necessarily make him gay; maybe he's just unsatisfied with his sex life? Suzanne doesn't like giving blow jobs, so Larry gets 'em from complete strangers (who happen to be men) instead.
Is Craig always on the receiving end, or does he give blow jobs as well? We have yet to see or hear convincing evidence to that effect, but if he is a giver as well as a receiver, then we would assert that he probably is at least bisexual, if not homosexual.
And if that's the case, is it grounds for resignation? No, but it might be grounds for divorce.
P.S. The whole "wide stance" thing still cracks us up. Just try separating your feet more than a few inches with your pants down around your ankles.