Posted by | July 17, 2010 12:40 | Filed under: Top Stories

Louisiana Senator David Vitter was hopefully not as snarky about whatever woman was provided to him by the DC madam. Appearing on a morning radio show, Vitter was yukking it up with the hosts about Maddow’s high school yearbook picture.

MALE HOST: I wonder if Senator Vitter is ever going to post, like, maybe the video of the first time he was on the floor of the Senate. If I have to show the way I looked the first time I was on TV, you should do that too.
VITTER: We should go further back than that, how about high school yearbook?
MALE HOST: Oh yeah.
VITTER: De La Salle marching band.
MALE HOST: That’d be cool. Well you know, with Rachel Maddow they had that picture of her…
FEMALE HOST: Looking like a woman.
MALE HOST: Yeah it was really bizarre.
VITTER: [LAUGHS]: Must have been a long time ago.

Vitter, who notoriously had an aide continue to work for him on women’s issues after pleading guilty to attacking his girlfriend with a knife, wrote a letter of apology to Ms. Maddow.

Dear Rachel,

Regarding my remark during a radio conversation today, I apologize.

The hosts made their comment and I obviously chimed in. While we do not usually agree on the issues, I do not think you deserved that comment.



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