Which is funnier regarding the Rep. Christopher Lee (R-NY) story:
That Lee, a man with the finely-toned body of a PGA golfer, described himself as "a very fit fun classy guy" after lying about his profession, his martial status and his age.
That in the post-Mark Foley era, a married US congressman with a child would be so naive as to think, in the digital age, that appealing to a strange woman on Criagslist whom he's never met with half nude photographs wouldn't wind up on a website like Gawker.com for public ridicule such as this.
It's a tough call.[h/t: Brilliant at Breakfast]
P.S. For those keeping score… Number of resignations from the "new" Republican-controlled House: 2; Number of legislative bills passed: 0
UPDATE: The Left Coaster suggests that we make this a "teachable moment" for our kids:
Let's salvage something from Christopher Lee's misadventure and seize the opportunity to explain to our children that it's cool to have a phone that can take a picture and it's wonderful to have a mirror where we can do a little prep work before we go out in public, but when you stand in front of mirror with your phone camera and start clicking, you really have to expect that the resulting photos may show up anywhere.
Yes. Especially if you are famous or in a position of public trust.