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More on Baucus and Foley from Politics Daily’s Miller

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Politics Daily’s Emily Miller poses an interesting question.

Today she examines a Facebook post by former Rep. Mark Foley(R-Fla.) and his peculiar spelling of Sen. Max Baucus’s (D-Mont.) surname. Read full story here.

She writes:
“It is unclear whether or not Foley, who himself went to rehab for alcoholism, deliberately misspelled the senator’s name, Baucus, as Bacchus, which was the Roman god of wine.”

Whether Foley meant to compare Baucus to the Roman God of Wine we’re not sure. But we’re sure glad Baucus wasn’t naked like this on the Senate Floor.

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