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Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Old school days long gone, but not forgotten: Congressman's streaking stunt exposed

Now I know the Democrats have lost it. This is just amazing. A College prank brought into an election campaign. You have got to be kidding me. How many of you know of someone who has done something like this. We all do stupid things in our youth. It is well in the past and has no direct bearing on how anyone will govern. Whenever I think the Democrats can't go any lower, they just go lower and lower.
Old school days long gone, but not forgotten: Congressman's streaking stunt exposed

DALLAS The gloves have come off in a tight election race between two Texas congressmen -- and every other article of clothing appears to be fair game as well.

Democrats are circulating old newspaper clippings of a 1974 college streaking stunt staged by hundreds of students at what was then called Southwest Texas State University.One of the participants was an 18-year-old freshman named Pete Sessions -- who grew up to become a conservative Republican congressman.A Sessions spokesman says the congressman's "old school days are long gone" and that he recognizes the streaking stunt was "an immature action."But the campaign of Democrat Representative Martin Frost is holding his rival's bare body to the fire, saying he "exposed himself to children and strangers."The two incumbents are battling each other in a new Republican-leaning district in the Dallas area. Frost, Texas' senior congressman, had his district redrawn by Republicans last year.

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