Al Gore Did Not Sexually Harass That Woman

TV Guide reports:

Senior Deputy District Attorney Don Rees cited “contradictory evidence, conflicting witness statements, credibility issues, lack of forensic evidence and denials by Mr. Gore” in a memo to Multnomah County District Attorney Michael Schrunk. According to Rees, Molly Hagerty — the woman who claimed that Gore propositioned her and tried to hug her when she came to his hotel room to give him a massage — failed a polygraph test and would not say if she was paid by a tabloid newspaper for her story. He also said her attorneys were uncooperative.

This masseuse first brought her story to the public eye in 2006 and has been pretty uncooperative in the investigation until recently. I think it was safe to say even four years ago that this would be the outcome. Politicians have secured their reputations as lechers and lotharios since the beginning of politics itself, so it’s no wonder every waitress and secretary from D.C. to L.A. has tried, often successfully, to exploit that fact for personal gain. That being said, even if he didn’t come on to me, I would still want to sue someone after massaging Al Gore. That is one ugly man.

Since the banner picture sent my libido into hibernation, here are some mighty fine fellas to bring it back. You’re welcome ladies: