Blowvember Starts with a Bang!

by Blogenfreude

Story #1: Doesn't say whether he's a Republican but, given the events of Cocktober, one can make an educated guess:

Meet Paul Schum. The Kentucky man, a Catholic school principal, is facing a prostitution charge after Louisville police found him dressed like a woman and loitering in an alley Tuesday night.

According to a criminal citation, a copy of which you'll find here, Schum, 50, was wearing fishnet stockings, fake breasts, and "all black leather" when officers discovered him "loitering in high drug trafficking and prostitution area." The citation notes that Schum, who heads Bethlehem High School, had "no reason for why he was in alley ... dressed up in women's leather other than for prostitution." Schum, now on paid leave from his school post, is due in court on November 27 to answer a misdemeanor charge of loitering for the intent of prostitution.
He makes Bob Allen look like an amateur, you'll agree. Smoking Gun has more here.

Story #2: It looks like it'll be a Blowvember to remember - we've got another Larry Craig toe-tapping incident:

DAYTONA BEACH -- A former Daytona Beach city commissioner and a local high school teacher arrested Thursday during a sex sting at a Volusia mall bathroom were released from the Volusia County Brach Jail today, authorities said.

Former commissioner and mayoral candidate Mike Shallow and David Behringer, an athletic trainer and teacher at Seabreeze High School, posted $1,000 bail today after midnight, a jail spokesman said.


"Most everything that's occurring is nonverbal," said Sgt. Jeff Hoffman, supervisor of the criminal suppression team.

Offenders coughed or sneezed, tapped their feet, sometimes under the stall beside them, or made loud zipper noises to attract attention from others interested in engaging in sexual acts, Hoffman said.
Again, no evidence he's a Republican, but Paddy's post outs him as a conservative.

UPDATE: Melissa emailed me regarding Shallow's party affiliation: "Here, under "Friday, July 20th, 2007" - Shallow contributed to the campaign of Volusia County States Attorney John Tanner, who, according to here, is a Republican. So, if he's not a registered Republican, he nonetheless contributes their campaigns!"

(Cross-posted from Agitprop.)

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