There's nothing wrong with liking big bootie freaks. Heck, we love them here at Egotastic, in case we haven't made that fact obvious enough. However, liking a page glorifying women with big booties becomes sort of an issue if you happen to be a New Jersey assemblyman.
It becomes an even bigger issue if you're an assemblyman with a public Facebook profile, because you won't be able to keep your possibly-controversial likes to yourself. This is a warning that no one ever bothered to give to Jersey City politician Charles Mainor.
Because not enough public personalities are making a fool of themselves on social media, Mainor decided to add himself to the roster. He liked two fan pages that you probably already like yourself, Big Bootie Freaks and You Got Knocked The Fck Out, got called out for it, and now he has since deleted his Facebook page because them big bootie freaks and effed up videos are obviously not worth all the fuss.
I don't think there's any reason for public outcry about someone declaring his love for big booties. At least we know politicians are human and not control and power-hungry aliens dressed in power suits.