The mainstream media has carpet bombed the air and been regaled by the revelations, many provided courtesy of liberal satirist Bill Maher, of pecadillos from the past of Delaware's Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell.
But what about the approriately named Krystal Ball, a Democrat running for Congress from Virginia, who has some questionable revelations about herself - by herself - turning up on the Internet. Of course she is outraged.
"She said the photographs - including one showing her wearing a Santa hat and simulating a sex act with a phallic-shaped false nose being worn by her ex-husband - were snapped at a costume party six years ago when she was 22."
Ms. Ball went on to cite gender bias as Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown posed nude for Playgirl and got no major flack for such acts of tranparency.
Will the media buy her story of gender bias and her youthful age when committing such acts - or revile her as Miss O'Donnell has been?
Don't count on it. Krystal Ball represents the values of the Democratic Party, the party of the media - just as Christine represents those of her party.
The question is: Which woman represents America's and the voters' values?