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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Craig still claims he’s not gay

US Republican Senator Larry Craig, who pleaded guilty after a police sex sting operation in an airport bathroom, Monday denied a new flurry of gay sex allegations in his home state newspaper.

The Idaho Statesman on Sunday named four men who said they had sex with Craig, or to whom it said he made sexual advances or paid unusual attention. It added the allegations could not be “disproved.”

The paper said the men were telling their stories because they are offended by Craig’s staunch denials that he is gay.

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How he did it

Suddenly, former longshot Republican candidate Mike Huckabee is the frontrunner in Iowa and his rise has brought comparisons to another candidate from Hope, Arkansas — William Jefferson Clinton.

But questions remain on just how Huckabee did it or, as happens so often, who is the one behind the scenes who made it possible?

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McCain: ‘Yes, I’m old but…’

Republican Sen. John McCain, his spirits better than his comic timing, told students Monday he’s the best presidential candidate for youth despite his age.

McCain, participating in an MTV-MySpace forum shown live, appealed to students at Southern New Hampshire University. The 71-year-old Arizona senator offered lighter versions of his common campaign answers and engaged with the students in person and online. He also flubbed several scripted jokes and mistakenly called Osama bin Laden “Saddam Hussein.”

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Iraq, health care top voter concerns

Health care and Iraq dominate Democrats’ concerns in the three pivotal early voting states of the 2008 presidential race. Advantage: Hillary Rodham Clinton, a poll shows.

Clinton has clear leads in New Hampshire and South Carolina, building on her ownership of the health-care issue and her broad but more fragile trust among Democrats on Iraq, the survey showed Monday. Yet she could stumble in Iowa, whose Jan. 3 caucuses will be the first voting and where she is in a scramble with Barack Obama, trailed closely by John Edwards.

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Iran ended nuke program years ago

Iran halted its secret effort to develop a nuclear weapon four years ago and doesn’t appear to have restarted the project, a comprehensive new U.S. intelligence report said Monday.

Iran’s decision to stop the program in mid-2003 indicates that it’s “less determined” to acquire nuclear weapons and “more vulnerable” to international pressure than U.S. intelligence agencies had previously believed, the U.S. intelligence community said.

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Is Bush a whining vindictive sore loser crybaby?

Updated Not quite. Despite the evidence of his petulant introduction to his Rose Garden address Monday, he’s still the bully using the bully pulpit of the presidency to lash out at those who would dare to thwart his imperial ambitions. Add to that his hawkish hallucinations about Iran still being a nuclear threat from Tuesday’s press conference. He’s hardly weeping under his pillow.

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Men claim sex with Larry Craig

Four acknowledged gay men, willing to be named, say they have either had sex with Idaho Republican Sen. Larry Craig or claim the politician made homosexual advances towards them.

All four say they were offended by Craig’s public claim that he is “not gay” and has “never been gay” and want the world to know that the Senator is lying.

All four have told their stories to the Idaho Statesman along with a fifth gay man who refuses to allow his name to be used for fear of retaliation.

Statements by the four who have gone public offer strong evidence against Craig, long-rumored to be gay while denying his homosexuality and supporting traditional Republican positions that discriminate against gays.

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