Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Falls Out of the Closet With a Ka-Boom

Another anti-gay Republican is busted having sex with a gay "escort," who tried to blackmail him, and the story keeps getting more and more lurid. Pam's House Blend has details.

It's the same old story. But you know what? The part that really gets me is Pam's comment, just a little throwaway as she's describing this state legislator. She quotes a news source, then adds her own two bits:
Curtis, according to a search warrant unsealed Tuesday, went to the Hollywood Erotic Boutique on East Sprague on October 26th at approximately 12:45 a.m. The store clerk, who had talked with Curtis, referred to him as "The Cross-Dresser" and said that during their conversations he confirmed he was gay and was married with children at home.

During his visit to the video store Curtis was observed wearing women's lingerie while receiving oral sex from an unidentified man in one of the movie viewing booths inside the store.
OK. I'm living a relatively plain jane lesbian existence simply asking for my civil rights while closet cases like Curtis get all sorts of kinks on while railing against openly LGBT citizens. It makes me sick.

Yes, can you imagine what that is like? She's a regular lesbian, minding her own business, her sexual orientation is no problem to anyone, and these closeted conservatives are prancing around in women's underwear, having sex where people can see, grossing people out and trying to pass laws to make life harder for people like Pam.

She's got even more details, many from the police report, HERE. This is just bizarre.

I'd be curious to see if anybody has an explanation for this phenomenon. Why would a guy who is actively homosexual go around campaigning to limit the rights of gay people? If there's so much pressure on him to play it straight, then what's he doing parading around in women's clothes? I mean, a person like that, especially a public figure, must constantly feel a sense of impending doom, I can't imagine that you can get away with that for long. This guy even described himself as gay, married with children, he was clear about the situation, you can't say he was lying to himself about it.

So why are so many anti-gay extremists gay themselves?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

"So why are so many anti-gay extremists gay themselves?"

Interesting how Jim's definition of "gay" changes to fit the spin he wants. Usually, he's telling us it means more than just some lust but a whole emotional attraction. Yet these guys seem to be in emotional relationships with women and have these side diversions that are purely physical. So, these guys appear to be heterosexual emotionally but bisexual as far as physical attraction. There's no reason, other than propaganda, to call them homosexual.

As to why we see this happen with certain anti-gay spokesmen, there are probably just as many pro-gay spokesmen in the closet. No one is trying to seek them out.

As homosexuality becomes more and more acceptable, bisexuality appears to be coming out in the open. I heard a speaker from an ex-gay organization a couple of years ago that predicted this very phenomenom. As society becomes more pagan while social, moral and religious standards dissolve, human behavior will probably degenerate to the same indiscriminate behavior practiced in ancient pagan cultures.

October 31, 2007 1:17 PM  
Blogger JimK said...

Anon ... this Republican describes himself as gay. I'm not defining anything, I don't think a guy says that about himself accidentally.


October 31, 2007 1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"said that during their conversations he confirmed he was gay"

He confirmed he was. It probably went like this:

clerk at sleazy sex-toy store:

So, are you gay?

sleazy legislator:

Yeah, like, whateeeever!

October 31, 2007 1:53 PM  
Blogger JimK said...

Thanks for that insight, Anon.


October 31, 2007 2:05 PM  
Blogger A Teacher's Perspective said...

It is so unfortunate that so many people who are in leadership and public roles feel they have to hide their true colors to be elected into office. This isn't true... because people who live open, genuine and honest lives are respected by the public. I'll tell you something--I'd rather vote for someone who is openly gay than someone who lies about who they are to the public. The tide is turning...people are learning (well, those who can think for themselves anyway).

October 31, 2007 5:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

andrea- not anon
I am always hoping anon will go away but I guess we should be charitable- he obviously has no where else to go.

He has so many "insights" and the "real story" on so much of the "news"- one has to wonder about his own feelings and anger.

October 31, 2007 8:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interview with Cody Castagna

November 01, 2007 5:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If it's not illicit sex, it's bribery and corruption.

ANCHORAGE, Nov. 1 -- A federal jury convicted a former Alaska lawmaker Thursday of corruption charges involving tax protections sought by oil companies as part of plans for a multibillion-dollar natural gas pipeline.

Vic Kohring, who served in the state House, was accused of demanding and accepting at least $2,600 from Veco Corp. executives for his support on legislation. Prosecutors also contend Kohring solicited a job for his nephew from Veco and sought $17,000 to pay off a credit card debt.

Veco was a major Alaska oil-field services company until it was sold in August.

During the trial, Veco founder and chief executive Bill Allen testified that he was blackmailed by an employee over renovations that Veco workers made at U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens's home. The home improvement project is at the center of a Justice Department corruption investigation into the powerful Republican, who has denied wrongdoing and said he paid all the bills he was given for the work.

The jury convicted Kohring of bribery, conspiracy to commit extortion, and attempted interference with commerce by extortion. He was acquitted of another count of interference with commerce by extortion.

The crimes carry a prison sentence of up to 20 years, though Kohring's attorney, John Henry Browne, said he probably would be sentenced to fewer than five years. U.S. District Judge John Sedwick set sentencing for February.

Kohring, who did not take the stand, had said through Browne that any money that exchanged hands was a gift between friends. He maintained his innocence and said he could not understand why the jury convicted him.

"I don't really know," he said. "I'll have to give that some thought."

Kohring was one of three former state lawmakers indicted. Former state representative Pete Kott was convicted of conspiracy to solicit financial benefits, extortion and bribery and is to be sentenced in December. Former state representative Bruce Weyhrauch's trial has been delayed.

November 02, 2007 9:56 AM  

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