Wednesday, July 11, 2007

There Was a House in New Orleans....

A New Orleans madam now claims Sen David Vitter (R-LA) was a regular customer of hers in 2002.

Sen Vitter admitted earlier this week that his phone number was included in the phone list DC madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey posted online earlier this week.

Jeanette Maier (pictured in black jacket) pleaded guilty to running the Canal Street brothel in 2002 -- two years before Sen Vitter was elected to the US Senate.

"As far as the girls coming out after seeing David, all they had was nice things to say. It wasn't all about sex. In fact, he just wanted to have somebody listen to him, you know. And I said his wife must not be listening." Canal Street Brothel Madam Jeanette Maier in an interview with the Associated Press
She does say the Senator is a "decent guy." And we're all sure she has a "heart of gold." Can a heartwarming Hollywood re-telling of this classic story be ready in time for Christmas?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

..they chose new gods then was war in the gates.. awake awake deborah utter a song.. the Lord gave you dominion over the mighty.. curse you bitterly the inhabitants thereof who came not to the help of justice against the mighty.. they divided the prey, to every man a damsel or two.. let all thine enemies perish o Lord and the land rest forty years..

Deborah palfrey deserves the Pemberton Award for Clean Governance.
Palfrey list is like the Black Book of 1918.
That trial of the Century is deleted from all books, cursed be reporters.
The list there had 47000 names.
The list here has 46000 phone bills.
The listed are not womenizers, machos or ordinary sinners.
They are power brokers gay lutheran shock and awe agitators of all wars and all panics.
These wretches are one dirty cover to the real pimps deep underground.
A curse on the kingpins, Justice Charles Darling then and Judge Adolph Kessler now.

Noel Pemberton-Billing
Trial of the Century 1918