Vitter’s Glass House
Etymology: Middle English ypocrite, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin hypocrita, from Greek hypokritēs actor, hypocrite, from hypokrinesthai
Date: 13th century
1. a person who puts on a false appearance of virtue or religion;
2. a person who acts in contradiction to his or her stated beliefs or feelings.
Despite his own refusal to resign after admitting to being a former patron of the “DC Madam”, Vitter dismissed the notion that his demands of Burris are hypocritical. “I honestly don’t know anybody who would compare these situations. They are dramatically different,” Vitter said.
Once again, the greatest video ever:
Vitter: Even Though I Didn’t Resign, Burris Should [Think Progress]
NAUGHTY PICTURE ALERT! (because Hose Manikin made me)