I just listened to the the interview of Senator Larry Craig following his arrest at the Minneapolis airport in June. Surprisingly, this is my only question:
When you are in a restroom and there is a piece of toilet paper on the floor, do you stop and pick it up?
It seems to me a rather odd defense. Maybe it's just me, but when I'm in a public restroom I won't even let the bottom of my pants touch the floor--I just don't trust where the feet that have touched that floor have been and I don't trust what else may have come in contact with that floor. I certainly wouldn't pick up a piece of toilet paper off the very floor in question. Gross.
Maybe if I had dropped a piece of paper out of my pocket (or a cell phone, keys, etc.) I wouldn't have a choice, but a piece of toilet paper? No. That's why there is a janitor with protective gloves on. They don't give you toilet seat covers for the hell of it.