(CNN) - The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Tuesday rejected Sen. Larry Craig's effort to withdraw his guilty plea in a sex-sting operation.
@ Lisa V
You're nuts lol
This man needs to withdraw a lot more than a guilty plea.
Why was he in the wrong toilet stall or was he wearing the wrong style shoes?
I'm a Democrat and Even if both men are guilty (innocent until) there is no comparison. Larry Craig should not even be a story; (Other than its the Republicans who are so self rightous over personal life style) but Gov Blagojevich is guilty is a real sad statement of the Greed of the times that has effected both parties, most corporate leaders and seemingly the majority of Americans
he plead guilty, enough said.
Lisa V December 9th, 2008 11:56 am ET
Maybe the Democrats and Republicans should call a truce for a day. Since the story about Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and Senator Larry Craig broke on the same day, maybe both parties should just take a day off and relax. Just like Larry Craig's lifestyle should not reflect on Bush, Rod Blagojevich should not reflect on Obama.
Sorry i say no truce against corruption – Dem or Rep. We want our country back.
It's not a question of lifestyle – with Craig, it's a question of talking righteous while trying to do "the nasty" in public bathrooms with men that he has no problem condemning anywhere else...
If Blagojevich is guilty – nail him.
Is he the gay guy from the gay republican party
First we have a gay "values" Repuglicon Senator in denial and then a Democrap Gov. selling his ethics. What next, Bush trampling on the Constitution?
Americans can elect some real slime – Guess we only get the goverment we deserve. And I can hear the moronic chant of these voters in the background: "We're Number One – We're Number One"...
I can't wait to see Senator Craig's profile on silverdaddies.com!
larry craig being gay has nothing to do with idiot bush.neither does govenor of ill.for obama. GOVENOR OUT BUSH OUT QUEER LARRY CRAIG GONE GOD BLESS AMERICA.ups forgot one dark vader chaney
Good for the courts. He did it and should admit it and go on. If he wants to stay in politics he should run as a Democrat because that is a party of inclusion not exclusion.
Short and Sweet. I love it CNN.
Nah I say let the heads roll NOW... Obama wanted to do things differently and by god there's gonna have to be a LOT more of this before he can even make a good start on getting a fairer new game going. Lets just get it over with and start everyone out on the new rule at once. God knows there's probably about a hundred more that need some of the same.
Craig's story fades into the shadows as Rod Blagojevich's story reminds us just how PEBO got where he is!
"Chicago smack down," media control, and you grease my palm and I will grease yours!
Politicians get into more trouble than CRACKHEADS.
I'm still waiting to see the evidence against Blagojevich. The federal prosecutors may be corrupt, a leftover Alberto Gonzalez and Karl Rove's attempt to turn the federal prosecutors into a ruthless political arm of the Republican party, much like the Gestapo of NAZI Germany was.
Don Siegelman was also the target of a corrupt federal prosecution. Read up on it and see if there are any similarities to Blagojevich.
Now Blagojevich may be guilty as sin and should be prosecuted, but let's make sure this isn't a leftover from the criminals Gonzalez and Rove.
GOOD FOR THEM. LETS CLEAN HOUSE AND PUT ALL OF THEM IN THE SAME CELL.
I wonder which story Keith Olberman will advance–truly the joke of journalism.
It would be so nice, to get some happy news
Lisa V – let's "just take a day off and relax".
Oh yes now that Obama might be connected to the latest scandal – let's just relax and watch TV or read about Brittany or Paris.
"Rod Blagojevich should not reflect on Obama"
the Plumbers should nt reflect on Nixon
Iran Contra should not reflect on Reagan
Iraq WMD should not reflect on Bush
BUT IT DOES.
Larry Craig's lifestyle does not reflect on Bush. His hypocracy on the other hand mirrors the hypocracy of the jack boot right in this country. From George W. Bush on down it's always been do as I say, not as I do.
You can run but you just can't hide.