D.C.-Area Escorts Offer Free Services to Congress for Vote on Climate Bill

As the 40th anniversary of Earth Day approaches, Congress is heating up over debate around the proposed Kerry-Graham-Lieberman Bill, which would establish sweeping federal energy and climate legislation.

As tensions rise, high-end escorts in the greater Capitol Beltway area have offered their services for free to any member of Congress who votes in favor of the bi-partisan effort on the part of Senators John Kerry (D-MA), Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) that hopes to spur clean energy growth and create green jobs.

Mary Walters, who is the proprietor of a well-known escort service in the Washington, D.C. area, first announced that her company would not charge when she noticed environmental issues taking a back-seat in the political process to health care reform, which recently passed Congress in historic fashion.

Walters, cousin of the late Deborah Jeane Palfrey, the so-called “D.C. Madam,” drew inspiration from Danish colleagues who pledged a similar show of support during the U.N. climate talks held in Copenhagen last December.

Many analysts have predicted the demise of the Kerry-Graham-Lieberman Bill after the tragic death of the Waxman-Markey Bill last year, which divided lawmakers neatly down party lines regarding American priorities and responsibilities towards to the global climate crisis.

“We always see how political name-calling and back-and-forths get us nowhere, and we just want to do what we could to help the environment,” said Walters in a recent interview.

“You can’t get a politician to change his mind by talking his ear off in a stuffy room in the Senate,” she added. “But, then again, there are some things we still need to figure out how to do outside of the bedroom.”

Ashwin is an Associate Editor of Triple Pundit. He recently returned to the Bay Area after living in Argentina, where he wholeheartedly missed the Pacific Ocean. He is a freelance editor and media and marketing consultant.After a brief stint working in the wine world, when not staring blankly at a computer screen, you'll find him working on Anand Confections or at 826 Valencia, where he has been a long-time volunteer.

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