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Cheating Craigslist Congressman Resigns in record time.

You don't even have to guess anymore, it's a "family values" republican! (multiple images uploaded)====

Married GOP Congressman Sent Sexy Pictures to Craigslist BabeMarried GOP Congressman Sent Sexy Pictures to Craigslist BabeRep. Christopher Lee is a married Republican congressman serving the 26th District of New York. But when he trolls Craigslist's "Women Seeking Men" forum, he's Christopher Lee, "divorced" "lobbyist" and "fit fun classy guy." One object of his flirtation told us her story.

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On the morning of Friday, January 14, a single 34-year-old woman put an ad in the "Women for Men" section of Craigslist personals. "Will someone prove to me not all CL men look like toads?" she asked, inviting "financially & emotionally secure" men to reply.

That afternoon, a man named Christopher Lee replied. He used a Gmail account that Rep. Christopher Lee has since confirmed to be his own. (It's the same Gmail account that was associated with Lee's personal Facebook account, which the Congressman deleted when we started asking questions.)

By email, Lee identified himself as a 39-year-old divorced lobbyist and sent a PG picture to the woman from the ad. (In fact, Lee is married and has one son with his wife. He's also 46.)

Lee's Craigslist correspondent—a government employee from Maryland who asked not to be identified—liked what she saw. She replied flirtatiously. He replied with a PG-13 muscle picture.

By modern day standards, the conversation was relatively banal: No prostitutes, escorts, or madams were involved. Just good old fashioned lying and an apparent willingness to cheat on one's wife

The woman says she cut off contact when she searched for Lee online and concluded he'd lied about his age, occupation, and marital status. Then she forwarded us the correspondence.

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Yesterday, we reached out to Rep. Lee, whose support for "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and vote to reject federal abortion funding suggests a certain comfort with publicly scrutinizing others' sex lives.

A spokesman for the Congressman confirmed that the email address belonged to Lee, and that he had deleted his Facebook account because our initial inquiry had him fretting about "privacy." (A screenshot of his account before it vanished is at right.)

So did the married Republican prowl Craiglist looking for hook ups? After first telling us that he couldn't comment until we forwarded every single email in question, a request we refused—shouldn't Lee know if he's corresponded with women on Craigslist?—Lee's spokesman eventually announced that the Congressman believed he'd been hacked, and provided an email he claims Lee sent to his staff about the security breach on January 21.

That could, theoretically, be true. But the evidence suggests otherwise. The emails were sent more than a week before the alleged hack. The shirtless photo—which, according to metadata contained in the picture, was taken in Washington, D.C.—was taken with a Blackberry, the same mobile device that Lee uses, which means the hacker would have also accessed the photos on Lee's phone. (And he'd still be the kind of guy who takes cellphone pictures of himself topless.) Finally, if someone had hacked into his account and was seeking to discredit the politician, why shoot in the dark with such relatively benign emails to a totally random middle-aged woman on Craigslist, who didn't seem motivated one way or the other to us, beyond wanting to share a funny story? And funny it is.

"The Congressman is happily married," said Lee's spokesman when pressed for answers to our questions. "The only time he or his wife posted something online was to sell old furniture when they changed the apartment they keep in DC."

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  • He did the right thing.

    Bill Clinton would of just moistened his cigar.

    Again.

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  • Why do guys do that "Gut Suck" thing? It NEVER works, trust me.

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  • Damn Liberal with his sex interests, oh wait.

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    • He would be made out to be a rock star like they did Clinton.. and wouldn't resign by no means.

      I am surprised that Nurb thinks "the ironing is delicious"

      Maybe it is .. I should see if the vacuuming is scrumptious. ;)

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    • Nobody would care if he was a democrat because:
      A)Democrats aren't trying to deny equal marriage rights based on a 2000 year old book

      B)Democrats aren't pushing this "family values" sanctity of marriage crap to manipulate poor ignorant christians into thinking politicians actually care about them or their beliefs

      So yes, if a GOP candidate who is against gay marriage because of a "Sacred bond" cheats on his wife, then yes, everyone's going to point and laugh. Nice try on tr More..

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    • I can forgive the Democrat jab, I can NOT forgive unfunny.

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    • Wasn't equating I was pointing out the glaring difference of rewarding debauchery and shaming it.

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    • The democrats don't reward or shame it though. People are just laughing at the hypocrisy, sort of like Haggard, just without the gayness

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  • GOP Hypocrisy gets even more embarrassing
    Republicans are a disgrace to Humanity, WHAT A SHAME

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  • Typical good old republicant family values . Lying assholes you can never trust

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  • "divorced, lobbyist and fit fun classy guy."

    Well Chris told the truth about one thing at least...

    He's CLASSY!

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  • Fuckin' bum. One less cancer cell in congress.

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  • Also, most democrats don't think cheating should cost someone their political career.

    I'm not a democrat, but I agree with that point

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    • Nice to see you support politicans that lie to their spouses??????????? WTF If sure they would never lie to those who put them in power.......... At least this guyed left after being humiliated there charley rangel........................

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    • I don't bullshit myself into thinking Monogamy equals political ability.

      In no other profession does cheating on one's spouse decrease their skills... Executives cheat on spouses all the time, should they be fired or dicliplined at work?

      Personal shit happens in personal lives no matter what the position, including politics. Pretending that marriage means more for politicians and that it makes them better people is bullshitting yourself.

      Besides after Clinton the GOP candidates ran on the pe More..

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    • I was thinking more on the context of them being secrede stewards of our tax dollars where your word your honor and your life should be all held liable for missusing such trust........... A Ceo of a private bussiness is a whole different story, and un relatable............

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  • hmm, i've seen this cell phone pic in the mirror somewhere before...

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