Indiana State Rep Phil Hinkle Loves Craiglist...AND TEEN BOYS!

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Report: Ind. Pol In Hotel Hookup

A married Indiana Republican state legislator who voted for a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage sought to pay an 18-year-old man “for a really good time” in a hotel room, according to an email exchange published Friday by the Indianapolis Star.
The 1,600-word front-page story details the interaction between state Rep. Phillip Hinkle, 64, and 18-year-old Kameryn Gibson, who met the lawmaker after the sixth-term Republican responded to Gibson’s Craigslist advertisement in a men’s section of the site.

Within an hour of posting the ad, Gibson received this emailed response from Hinkle’s published personal email address: “Cannot be a long time sugar daddy, but can for tonight. Would you be interested in keeping me company for a while tonight?” The email, the Star wrote, offers “to make it worth (your) while” in cash and adds: “I am an in shape married professional, 5’8”, fit 170 lbs, and love getting and staying naked.”
It carried the tagline, “Sent from Phil’s iPad.”
Hinkle’s attorney provided a statement to the Star saying he is “aware of the inquiries by The Indianapolis Star and we are investigating the matter at this time. We request that everyone respect the privacy of the family at this time.”
Hinkle’s press secretary referred POLITICO to Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma.
Bosma released a statement saying: “If the circumstances are as reported, it is an extremely sad and disappointing situation for all of us, especially the families involved. Our next step will be to try to discuss this matter with Rep. Hinkle and chart a course from there.”
Gov. Mitch Daniels told reporters in Indianapolis the situation is “a personal family tragedy,” the Star reported.
“It’s not for me to say,” he said. “It’s for him and his constituents.”
According to the paper, Hinkle and Gibson carried on an email conversation in which one email from Hinkle’s account offered: “How about $80 for services rendered and if real satisfied, a healthy tip? That make it worth while?” A later email concluded: “Final for the record, for a really good time, you could get another 50, 60 bucks. That sound good?”
The email exchange “contains no mention of sex acts,” the Star wrote.
Hinkle then picked up Gibson and drove him to a local Marriott where, Gibson told the paper, Hinkle identified himself as a state legislator and showed him an identification card. Gibson, scared, phoned his sister, Megan Gibson, and asked her to pick him up. At that point, Gibson said, Hinkle “grabbed him in the rear, dropped his towel and sat down on the bed — naked,” the Star wrote.
When Gibson’s sister arrived, Hinkle offered to give them his iPad, BlackBerry and $100 cash, the Star wrote. Gibson and his sister left with the electronics and the money.

And he's married...and he's in his 60's...and he tried to bribe the kid with an iPad, BlackBerry and $100. And he's a DEMOCRAT!!!! See, this only happens to the democrats...leave it to those scumbags to get caught in shit like this. A Republican would never ever ever do this. Go GOP!!!!!! :clap4:


Edit: Uh-oh...wait...he's a Republican?! Uh, uhhhhhhhh...how do I delete this thread...I, I can't criticize a Republican. This is gonna make Lord Rush mad. Oh no! :icon_cool




























:action-sm This guy is a fuckin creep. And he voted against gay marriage...so that just goes to show how much of a scumbag hypocrite he is.
 

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Of course he's a Republican. It's the fourth word in the article instead of buried in the last paragraph or not mentioned at all.

“Sent from Phil’s iPad.”
He'd better watch out. People might get pissed that his iPad is putting signatures in his posts.
 

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Obviously a smear campaign set up by hackers working for the "Dem'okratz".....let's be honest no one likes to have sex with kids, there are plenty of hot legal chicks to be had.

And yes dem'okratz is said in the ebonic vernacular, because they are a ghetto apologist haven for the simian breed.
 

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When Gibson’s sister arrived, Hinkle offered to give them his iPad, BlackBerry and $100 cash, the Star wrote. Gibson and his sister left with the electronics and the money.
He gave the dude $100 plus his iPad and Blackberry and he still has blue balls.
 

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Better to get caught with a dead hooker than a live little boy
 

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Hinkle’s attorney provided a statement to the Star saying he is “aware of the inquiries by The Indianapolis Star and we are investigating the matter at this time. We request that everyone respect the privacy of the family at this time.”
He's a public figure. You don't get privacy in any matter that involves a scandal asshole.
 

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Where's your messiah now, pervo?

In the 2006 legislative session, Representative Hinkle worked on House Enrolled Act 1013, which he co-authored, that created the new "In God We Trust" license plates.
 

Lord Zero

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Voting against gay marriage while being a closet homo doesn't automatically make him a hypocrite.
... Huh?

He didn't just vote against it. He wanted a constitutional amendment banning it. 10 out of 10 times, supporting that kind of bullshit comes from a "save marriage, save society" line of thinking.
 

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The email exchange “contains no mention of sex acts,” the Star wrote.
Look, maybe he wanted to pay the kid to play Xbox with him. Geez, you guys always jump to conclusions.
 
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Hmmm no updates on his House of Representatives page...



"I have always considered it an honor and have enjoyed being an active participant in our governmental system, and am happy to have this chance to make my ideas a little more accessible to you. The political process provides a forum for thoughts, opinions, and the opportunity for beneficial changes. The citizens of Wayne and Pike townships are good folks with good hearts and I enjoy working with each of them. I thank you for the opportunity to represent you and all residents of our state in the Indiana House of Representatives.

I encourage you to contact me with your ideas and thoughts, either by phone, by mail (traditional or electronic), or by attending one of my quarterly district meetings. I look forward to hearing from you and working with you to make our state a better place to live. " -Phil Hinkle
 

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I encourage you to contact me with your ideas and thoughts, either by phone, by mail (traditional or electronic), or by attending one of my quarterly district meetings.
It would be funny if the local gay rights group organized a bunch of twinks to go sit in on the meetings. Not even say a word, just sit there and play with iPads the whole time.
 

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It would be funny if the local gay rights group organized a bunch of twinks to go sit in on the meetings. Not even say a word, just sit there and play with iPads the whole time.
Something tells me that Representative Fruitypants won't be hosting any more quarterly district meetings for the foreseeable future.