And then there is the latest post in which we learn of Vitter's Diaper Fetish. From Oyster.....
Tonight I got confirmation from a solid inside source who has no ideological ax to grind. The source said Vitter was a client at Canal Street, and provided some additional details that shed light on Maier's comment that there was "more to the business than sex". These details are not for the faint of heart, either.
We're talking about, among other things, Diaper Fetishism. That's right folks, according to a trusted inside source, Vitter was well known among other Canal Street Brothel patrons to like diapers as well as other bizarre "fetishes". I don't have much more info than that from my source, except that some of the other patrons at the brothel included a well known business-minded New Orleans Republican and a well known Democratic ex-governor. There are many other well known patrons who never held public office, too. You've probably heard various names floated about.
Do go read the whole post and watch Vitter's 04 campaign commercial where he's asked to change his son's diapers...OY!
(thanks to Gentilly Girl for "Sin-nator" in the post title)
UPDATE: Here are the questions Oyster raised and why I think this is important. Remember Vitter's denials of allegations in the past sufficed and he was elected to the Senate. This time Hustler had him nailed but he got out ahead of the story in order to avoid a public accounting of his behavior and its implications. He shouldn't get away with that twice.
The paramount questions include: What precisely is the "sin" that Vitter apologized for? Did Senator Vitter commit a crime? Has Vitter engaged in a pattern of criminal activity involving prostitutes, as has been rumored for many years now? Did he lie when he denied such activities? Was Senator Vitter prompted to disclose his "sin" after being contacted by investigative reporters working for Hustler? Is he vulnerable to further disclosures and perhaps blackmail? Can we trust that he would tell us if he were?
What does this say about Vitter's judgment? Why would he (repeatedly) risk his marriage, his health and his political future for paid sex? Why would someone so concerned about cleaning up Louisiana's reputation for corruption engage in such activities? And when people started raising these questions in years past, did Senator Vitter use his "considerable power to attempt to silence those who knew the truth" as GOP State Rep candidate Chris Tidmore alleges?