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DC Madam Invesitigation Leads to Monica Goodling, Attorney Firings

Phoenix Woman: Oh my, this ought to be interesting.

This post, written by Pheonix Woman, originally appeared on FireDogLake

Poor David Vitter. The job security of Deborah Jeane Palfrey's most prominent client just got a bit shakier.

See, the main (if not only) reason his fellow Republicans aren't currently trying to boot him like they are Larry "Wide Stance" Craig is because a Democrat is -- for the next couple of months -- governor of Louisiana. But when Piyush "Bobby" Jindal is sworn in as governor of the Pelican State, Louisiana will join Larry Craig's state of Idaho in having a Republican governor, one that will appoint a Republican to replace Vitter should he be forced to leave his seat for any reason.

And his reasons for doing so just got a bit hotter, with the heating up of the long-simmering "DC Madam" case:

CLG exclusive: Citizens for Legitimate Government (CLG) has learned that a US Judge will hear a selective prosecution argument made by the so-called DC Madam, Deborah Jeane Palfrey, on Monday. Palfrey told CLG that Monica Goodling "likely will be subpoenaed in this matter - along with many others at Justice - in the near future."

Oh, my. And get this:

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