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Wednesday, June 17, 2009


Republican Senator from Neveda admits to an affair with staffer:
Sen. John Ensign acknowledged Tuesday that he had an affair with a campaign staffer - an admission that stunned his colleagues, hurt his chances for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination and called into question his future as a leader of the Senate GOP.

The Nevada Republican admitted in Las Vegas Tuesday that he had "violated the vows" of marriage by having an affair with a staffer. He did not identify the woman except to say that she and her husband were both "close friends" who worked for him, and that "the closeness" of their relationship had "put me in situations which led to my inappropriate behavior."
I want to take the opportunity to release my own statement addressing some regrettable behaviour of my own. I know rumors have been circulating, so I'd like to come clean.

"Yes, I dry-humped a co-worker who was a close friend and that closeness of our relationship put us in close situations where dry-humping was possible. I regret that she had second thoughts before I was able to get off her pants. The rug-burn on my penis is also regrettable. The inappropriate behavior was not so regrettable; but I am aware that I look like a horses-ass for dry-humping a 34 year old woman. For that I kind of regret the whole situations, but would most likely do it again. Who am I kidding -- I'd definitely do it again"

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