The infamous "BunnyRanch" brothel in Nevada is offering a most unusual "stimulus" plan to lawmakers during the August recess.

The brothel, pointing to political figures who have been busted in prostitution or sex scandals in recent months, wants to offer up its services in Carson City, Nev. "discretely and legally."

The ranch will mail "good time party passes" to members of the House and Senate as well as all governors starting today.

The brothel said it was part of an effort to help men like Sens. David Vitter (R-La.) and John Ensign (R-Nev.), as well as Govs. Eliot Spitzer (D-N.Y.) and Mark Sanford (R-S.C.).

"These men are good men who have gotten themselves into trouble and could have avoided all of this exploitation by visiting the BunnyRanch," owner Dennis Hof said in a release.

For Californians who've felt the pinch of the state's budget woes, Hof also offered a solution, pledging to honor California I.O.U. receipts, issued during the height of the state's now-resolved budget crisis.

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August 3, 2009
BunnyRanch brothel offers lawmakers 'good time party passes'
@ 11:05 am by Michael O'Brien