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Condit Is No Gentleman

Friday, 07 September 2001 12:00 AM

The congressman is such a disaster on TV and in interviews that he trots out his immediate family to defend him – and thus puts a seemingly nice pair of children in the unenviable position of making absurd claims.

Reading from a script undoubtedly prepared by Condit himself, his mother, Jean, his father – Reverend Adrian Condit – and daughter, Cadee, made the claim this past Wednesday that Gary Condit "is a gentleman."

This claim was a familiar refrain during the mid-week media assault. The term 'gentleman' refers to proper behavior by a well-behaved man.

The following decidedly

1) Condit frequents beauty salons in Georgetown and San Francisco under an alias – Barry K.

2) Condit likes to have all his body hair shaved.

3) Condit had a series of neckties attached to his bedposts in his D.C. apartment.

4) Condit told Anne Marie Smith, a redhead, that a long black hair she found in his D.C. bathroom was hers – a clear lie.

5) Condit lied on national television about having a relationship with Anne Marie Smith. He then had his lawyer argue the semantics of "what the definition of a relationship is."

6) Condit asked Anne Marie Smith – a girlfriend he "didn't have a relationship with" – to engage in a "sexual scenario" that could have been physically dangerous.

7) Another former girlfriend, Susan Rossi, says Condit gave her a card with a staffer's name and number on it for immediate – and 'secret' – body disposal should he expire during their trysts.

8) Condit revealed to Anne Marie Smith his sexual fantasy: "a room full of aroused men and one woman: you."

9) Condit either blatantly lied to his daughter – or else has used her in a cruel deception. On Larry King Wednesday night she said, "One morning Gary and I were having coffee and he was going to give me a heads-up to one of the tabloids. He said, "Cad, I just want to give you a heads-up that they're going to come out with some awful stuff tomorrow. … They're going to say that I'm into that M&M, or M&S, stuff.'

Cadee told King, "I didn't know to laugh or cry. I just said, 'Dad, I think they mean S&M.'"

Are we to believe that Gary Condit is such an innocent – and such a "gentleman throughout," as Cadee portrayed him – that he confuses M&M's with S&M?

How outrageous is that?

This is the level the Condits have taken the sad disappearance of Chandra Levy.

The Condit Family –

He must go – obviously – but, more importantly, we need the law enforcement forces to re-double their efforts to solve this case.

Someone is – so far – getting away with it.

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