Another Day, Another “Pro-Family,” Anti-Gay Conservative . . .

Gets busted humpin around on his wife:

The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza reports that Sen. John Ensign (R-NV), a member of GOP leadership and a potential candidate for president in 2012, will hold a press conference later today in which he will acknowledge having an extramarital affair “with a campaign staffer who was married to an employee in Ensign’s Senate office.” Ensign flew back to Las Vegas to make the public announcement.

And, of course, the best part, from a statement by Ensign in 2004:

“The effort to pass a constitutional amendment reaffirming marriage as being between a man and a woman only is being undertaken strictly as a defense of marriage against the attempt to redefine it and, in the process, weaken it,” Ensign said. “Marriage is an extremely important institution in this country and protecting it is, in my mind, worth the extraordinary step of amending our constitution.”

I guess it’s not worth the “extraordinary step” of just keeping your d**k in your pants, though.

This stuff is so old it’s almost not worth reporting any more. John Stewart probably has a template by now. All he’s got to do is change the names.

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2 Comments on “Another Day, Another “Pro-Family,” Anti-Gay Conservative . . .”

  1. KC Says:

    clearly since both were married, marriage is doubly important to him…

  2. Jim Says:

    Who needs gays to ‘redefine’ marriage when you have guys like Ensign and Vitter? I suppose Ensign sees himself as the latest victim in this war to save marriage . . . .

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