First "The Spitz", now Thomas Athans, the husband of Michigan's Democrat Senator (and Hillary Clinton Superdelegate) Debbie Stabenow.
Wait! Just becuase he's married to a Dirtycrat doesn't make him a liberal idoit, you say? Well, let's see what Mr. Athans was previously known for:
Tom Athans is a notable member of the Democratic Party from the state of Michigan. He is a co-founder and former CEO of the liberal-progressive Democracy Radio, an organization that produced and supported liberal talk radio shows....
On November 4, 2005, Athans stepped down as CEO of Democracy Radio, ending the organization....After stepping down from Democracy Radio, Athans became the Executive Vice-President of Air America, a much larger but similar organization.
So he ran one "progressive" radio network into the dirt, which apparently by liberal credentials makes him thus qualified to lead another one, Air America. Haven't heard much from them lately, right? Well, maybe if Athans spent more time working and less time chasing hookers...but I guess that goes against the liberal credo.
Anyway, the dirty details:
The husband of U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow told police he used the Internet to make a date with a prostitute and paid her $150 for sex at a hotel, according to a police report.
Thomas Athans, 46, co-founder of the liberal TalkUSA Radio network, was stopped by police who were investigating Internet-based prostitution at the hotel, the Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News reported Wednesday in stories on their Web sites.
And who was his pay-per-view paramour?
Police arrested Alycia Martin, 20, of Westland in the hotel room on a charge of prostitution and confiscated a cell phone, laptop and $431.
A girl - not yet a woman - just out of her teens. And this is considered fair trade by the head of the nation's liberal radio network.
And they wonder why there is a "values gap..."
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Stabenow is revolting, incidentally. When questioned about her husband's physical and moral infidelity, she used the opportunity to work on her stump speech:
"I think it's important to continue to do my job and to focus on people in Michigan who are hurting every day and expect that I'm going to fight for them every day"