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David Vitter: First Class Asshole
By Ed Brayton
You know, you'd think a guy with a track record like David Vitter would learn to shut his mouth when it comes to insulting women.
Apparently not. In a radio interview where the hosts were talking about wanting to see a picture of him from his early days in the Senate, someone brought up the recent publishing of Rachel Maddow's yearbook picture on a website. And much idiocy and hilarity ensued: Read the rest of this post...
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Full post as published by Dispatches from the Culture Wars on July 20, 2010 ( boomark
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