A British newspaper reported Thursday that Rep. Jon Stanard, R-St. George, resigned abruptly Tuesday after he met a Salt Lake City call girl twice for sex, and it released racy texts that it says he sent to her. The Daily Mail of London said call girl Brie Taylor alleges Stanard paid her for sex during two business trips to Salt Lake City in 2017. Taylor asserts he paid her $250 for each of the one-hour sessions in June and August -- on dates when the Legislature held interim meetings. Stanard is married and voted for stricter laws against pornography. He also said on his website -- which has since been deleted -- "I am a strong advocate for conservative family values. I am pro life, as well as for traditional marriage."
"I am a strong advocate for conservative family values."
A true advocate of Family Values would have paid $130,000 and got a Non Disclosure Agreement.
Don't be silly. Prostitution should be legalized, yes, but rank hypocrisy by a Republican politician isn't a valid justification.
Well, sure, if it was legal that would make it ok. By this logic, if he'd have done this at the Bunny Ranch it woulda been ok, cause hoe'in there is legal? I'm sure this guys wife would be totally on board with it then... riiight.
"That's between him and his wife."
And him voting one way, and living another is between he and the voters.
That's between him and his wife.
#7 | Posted by boaz at 2018-02-09 11:01 AM | Reply | Flag
Not when the GOP drags "family values" into every election.
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