Sen. Larry Craig’s world-famous airport men’s room stall is about to be back in the news.
Thousands of members of the international media will have to walk past it when they land at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport for the Republican National Convention in St. Paul at the end of the summer.
Many will feel obligated to stop and file a story.
For the party that bills itself as stronger on family values than the Democrats, it likely will prove an unwelcome distraction. The parade of airport tourists asking for directions to the stall (right at the Chili’s, left at the Royal Zino shoeshine) has died down a bit since last summer, but is expected to pick up as the GOP and the press arrive in town in late August, whether or not Craig himself shows up as a delegate.