Drudge is reporting that the page involved in the most infamous IM chat with Rep. Mark Foley was in fact 18 years old at the time of the exchange. The website Passionate America has identified the former page here, thanks to a glitch in ABCNews' posting of material.
Meanwhile, back at Coach Hastert's Sex Farm, Legislative Emporium, and Good Time Wrasslin' Parlor, Rep. Ray LaHood (R-Ill.) is calling for the suspension of Congress' semi-covert Operation Chickenhawk:
"I think we need to take some serious looks at this and try to come up with a program for the 21st century," said Rep. Ray LaHood, Illinois Republican. "When you have a page that's approached by a member of Congress through e-mails in a very salacious way, that's a serious problem. If that was my child, I'd want them to come home."
More important, if that was my congressman, I'd want them to come home (or preferably, to someone else's district). And most of the reigning leadership too, whose non-response and Joe Buck passing arguably represents the meatier scandal (not that you have to pick just one) in a scandal that's largely about meat.