Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, center, holds Felda Global Ventures Holdings' newly launched prospectus as he poses with Felda Chairman Mohd Isa Samad, left, and Felda Chief Executive Sabri Ahmad, right, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, May 31, 2012. Malaysian plantation giant Felda Global Venture Holdings says its initial public offering this month could raise as much as 10.5 billion ringgit ($3.3 billion), the second biggest after Facebook. (AP Photo/Lai Seng Sin) / Lai Seng Sin
It's lonely being a not-gay Republican senator from Idaho.
Larry Craig returned to Washington this week. And no, he was not met with open arms. Other than Arlen Specter, the only senators happy to see his return were Democrats.
Craig went back to work at the Senate while his legal team is trying to see what it can do about turning around his guilty plea to disorderly conduct in a public restroom at the Minneapolis airport.
On Monday, Craig got a boost from the ACLU. The champions of civil liberties filed a brief with the court saying Craig's First Amendment rights were violated. Those hand signals in the stall apparently were a form of free speech.
If all of this were not bizarre enough, the bathroom in question has become a big tourist attraction. People who work nearby describe the situation as crazy. Travelers, unable to resist, stop to have their pictures taken.
Some have come back twice.
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