Because this is still going on:
Former Idaho Sen. Larry E. Craig must pay $242,533 to the Treasury Department for using campaign money on legal representation in the aftermath of his 2007 guilty plea after a Minnesota airport bathroom sex sting, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected the argument from Craig’s lawyers that the legal costs are no longer personal expenses when an arrest becomes politicized and an opponent uses the arrest for political reasons.
Craig spent about $200,000 in campaign funds on legal fees to try to undo the plea.
Or, rather, it was.
You know, it’s like: Oh, for phucking phuckity-phuck phuck-all! We’d all like to forget!
I mean, really.
Damn it. I mean, please just tell me it’s all over, now.
Ruger, Todd. “Ex-Sen. Craig Loses Appeal On Funds Use After Bathroom Incident”. Roll Call. 4 March 2016.