Married Louisiana senator David Vitter admitted yesterday he had hired hookers supplied by the infamous "D.C. Madam."
Last year, Vitter told the New Orleans Times-Picayune:
And, when asked directly whether he meant to say that gay marriage is more important that hurricane relief, he tried to clarify.
"What I meant," Vitter said, is that "the existence or non-existence of a stable, loving, two-parent household" is the most significant predictor of success in life, although "that doesn't mean you can't rear a child well in another environment." And, displaying a firm grasp of the obvious, Vitter also conceded that infidelity, divorce, and deadbeat dads contribute to the breakdown of traditional families.