Saturday, June 17, 2006

Family Research Council Lobbyist Busted Offering to Pay for Group Sex

I saw this yesterday and just thought the guy was just a Republican, I didn't realize he actually worked for the Family Research Council.

From his lobbying registration for the FRC: ""General Description: Non-profit commited to Promoting Family, Faith and Freedom."

Wonkette loves this kind of story (so do I):
It’s getting so that a couple nice young girls can’t drive up to DC for the Pride parade without getting openly propositioned by Republican Strategists who give them their real names and business cards these days. Take, for example, the MySpace blog of one such lady, whose sordid tale is reprinted (as a warning to the well-endowed) below:
afterward, we got a snazzy hotel room at the mayflower downtown. on the way over there, this really hot business man in a pinstriped suit walked past me, said hello, and doubled back. he asked me my name and introduced himself (jack burkman, government relations strategies), asked where i went to school, etc, gave me his card, and asked me to call him. i later texted him and never could get rid of him again. he thought he talked to me on the phone several times, but he never did. i always made kat or kristin be me. he told kristin about how he really enjoyed my outfit (TITS GALORE) and that i was beautiful, etc. by the end of the night (5 am or so), he was offering to pay for our room and give us a thousand dollars if two of us would **** him. oh, jack burkman. his card is my DC souvenir.

Oh, Jack Burkman. As you can see at right, curiosity got ahold of the young lady, and she commenced googling. And posting the results for us all to enjoy.

Jack, if you’re going to pick up girls from out of town, you could pick a better venue than the Pride parade. That’s all we’re saying. Republican Strategists, Sex, MySpace, and Pride: A Heartwarming DC Tale

Unfortunately, the girl has now set her MySpace as private, so you can't read it, but yesterday it was out there for all to see. The story is, these girls drove to DC to be in the Pride parade -- they don't mention if they're lesbians or not, they just look like some teenage-or-slightly-older young ladies. The blogger has rather noticeably large breasts, which attracted the attention of the Family Research Council lobbyist. He gave them his card -- which they've posted on the Internet as evidence -- and they started text-messaging each other.

As kids do these days, she wrote about the experience on her MySpace. Meeting this jerk was about as important as some weird bar they went into and how cool their hotel room was. In fact, she posted a bunch of pictures from the parade, and didn't even have a picture of the Family Research Council guy. He made that big of an impression.

I've already stretched the decency standard here on the blog a little bit, quoting from Wonkette, so I won't quote this Family Research Council guy directly. Let's just say he wanted to ... have sex ... with two or three of these girls, and offered to pay a pretty good price for it.

Is that Family? Faith? Freedom? Mmm, maybe he considered it an expression of Freedom, we'll have to ask him.

Well, first of all, is it strange at all to you that the Family Research Council guy was hanging out at the Pride parade? What was he doing, taking down names?

Second, I have to admit I feel bad about some of the things I say here on the blog. Like, in the previous post I used the word "hypocrite" to describe the Ten Commandments advocate congressman who could barely guess at three of the commandments. I'm sorry I called him that. Because, you know, it would just sound redundant if I used the same word again, know what I mean?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know if Mr. Burkman is married, but is it interesting that Representative Westmoreland could not identify the Commandment about adultery.

June 17, 2006 4:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


for direct link to the Burkman FRC filing.

June 17, 2006 10:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Take, for example, the MySpace blog of one such lady, whose sordid tale is reprinted..."

"whose sordid tale..."

"whose sordid tale..."

"sordid tale..."


June 19, 2006 12:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We're supposed to believe this when the accuser has taken the story off a public site. Wonder why she did that?

Fifty Thrice

June 19, 2006 4:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmmm, now let's see. Why would she take down a story about a radical religious right operative who offered her and her girlfriend "thousands of dollars" for a three way?

That's a tough one.

June 20, 2006 7:21 AM  
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