By now, you've probably already seen this video of newly-disgraced Indiana Representative Mark Souder, being interviewed by his extramarital paramour, Tracy Jackson, on the importance of teaching teens to refrain from sex until they're old enough to rush off-camera and pork one another after taping an interview about refraining from sex, like adults.
Well, Washington Post blogger Dave Weigel has a bunch more of these videos. He notes that these videos began to surface about six months ago, and that 39 of these things were shot in all. Very Rielle Huntery!
Elsewhere, Weigel notes that the GOP's "Class of '94" is basically the political sex-scandal version of the House of Atreus.
Here's Souder and Jackson, getting all hot and bothered about the ACLU filing suits against public expressions of religion:
Souder and Jackson seem a bit more familiar with each other while discussing the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act. In both cases, it seems ironic how often Souder talks about irony:
As Alex Pareene quips: "The electricity between these two is palpable".
Anyway, seems like a good opportunity to dedicate Outkast's "Ms. Jackson" to everyone involved.
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