Of Wide Stances and Toe-tappers

Pondering the saga of Larry Craig, Rebecca Boone notes in today’s Seattle Post-Intelligencer:

In the list of famous excuses ever given for questionable behavior, “I have a wide stance” must fall somewhere between the schoolchild’s favorite, “the dog ate my homework,” and President Bill Clinton’s, “I didn’t inhale.”

Later in the article, my co-host Grant weighs in on whether the slang terms popularized by this scandal — “wide stance” and “toe tapper” — have, um, legs.

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