Jamie Reidy discusses a Virginia lawmaker’s wife’s using sex as a political weapon to protest the Republican transvaginal ultrasound bill.
HuffPo’s John Celock shares the story of how a political stance hit a politician surprisingly close to home.
On the way to his seduction, Albo found a news channel that mentioned his name in the context of the ultrasound bill. On Rachel Maddow’s show on MSNBC, Englin was discussing the ultrasound bill.
Unfortunately for Albo, he and his wife stopped to watch the show — and his warm bed turned into a cold shower.
Apparently, Virginia – despite what its bumper stickers claim – is not for lovers.
Poor State Del. David Albo. The guy was just trying to break off a little sumthin sumthin, and he gets sabotaged by a work colleague.
The lawmaker whose remarks caused the bedroom boycott is named Englin. Does that mean “Englin-ed” is the new “cock blocked?”
If a politician’s wife leaves him high and dry, does that give him “blue bills?”
I wish Rep. Albo had revealed the “mood music” he selected. From his spouse’s ‘Skins fetish, sounds like he shoulda played the fight song.
Is this the first time a politician’s wife has used her sex veto?
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