On the morning of Friday, January 14, a single 34-year-old woman put an ad in the "Women for Men" section of Craigslist personals. "Will someone prove to me not all CL men look like toads?" she asked, inviting "financially & emotionally secure" men to reply.
Lee's Craigslist correspondent—a government employee from Maryland who asked not to be identified—liked what she saw. She replied flirtatiously. He replied with a PG-13 muscle picture.
By modern day standards, the conversation was relatively banal: No prostitutes, escorts, or madams were involved. Just good old fashioned lying and an apparent willingness to cheat on one's wife:This NY Congressman answer/posted a/to a ad on Craigslist, which I’m sure he was the first nor will he be the last one to do so. He was looking or a woman to have some fun with..
Yet the Gay blogosphere is all over him..
Pam had this to say,
Make that former Congressman. I'm surprised at the quick resignation, given he was trolling for opposite sex encounters. Anyway, there's really not much more to add to this story, save that the dumbass used his own Gmail account to do his "socializing" online.Well what did you think was going to happen, after all the Gay Inc., bloggers when after him. I would hate to seem what would have happen if he was in the close and sought out a guy for some fun…
Basically what the Gay Inc bloggers and other blogger did was bullied this guy into resigning. But what if? that right let say he took his own life, then who is to blame? Gay Inc., bullied Congressman to death, the headlines would have read.