road.jpg Reporter in Akron asks RNC Chair Ken Mehlman, "Are you gay?"

road.jpg DailyKos: Former Talon News reporter Jeff Gannon claims he served in the U.S. Marines but military records show no such service.

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  1. He also claimed to have 8 inches...

    Anyone going to investigate that?

    Posted by: boifromtroy | Mar 24, 2005 2:54:14 PM

  2. Gannon lied about SOMETHING else? Shocker. He's such an ass and it's disgusting how he's become a Right Wing darling.

    Posted by: Ed Aycock | Mar 24, 2005 3:17:18 PM

  3. Gannon is nothing more than a wannabe player that his masters exploited like the born whore he is; a ripe pimple on the underbelly of the monster that is the Right Wing. It was fun to pop him but mainstream media, to the degree they paid attention at all, have moved on. Mehlman, however, is a different matter. He is the one every resource should be applied to in order to drag him, screaming and squalling about how irrelevant it is that he is a gay man actively engaged in the war against other gay men and women, from his exalted perch. Live by the lie, die by the truth.

    Posted by: Jim | Mar 24, 2005 5:03:57 PM

  4. "Gannon claims he served in the U.S. Marines"

    Someone mistakenly put that "in" in the statement, take it out and its completely accruate.

    Posted by: Jeff | Mar 24, 2005 9:31:14 PM

  5. Gannon did say however that:

    "At some point in the future, everyone is going to have a picture on the Internet that they are unhappy about.”

    That's was a hell of an interesting quote from Mr. Gannon, because it's true. And aren't we big on exciting quotes... I've been bloging about Mr. Gannon, rather liberally of late.

    With this questioning of if a man's gay:

    I wonder if employers will begin to ask prospective employees if they are gay, before a hire? Is that protected under the law? I'm not sure, but descriminators are everywhere as I'm sure you're all aware.

    Posted by: visibleh20 | Mar 24, 2005 11:13:56 PM

  6. "At some point in the future, everyone is going to have a picture on the Internet that they are unhappy about.” - Gannon

    That's like Jeffrey Dahmer saying, "At some point in the future, everyone is going to have a little bad meat in their freezer."

    Posted by: Tagg | Mar 25, 2005 1:24:29 AM

  7. What if conservative gays started supporting Mr. Gannon though. What then? They'd be a much bigger force than most of you so called liberal at the hip homo's... you guys are big on the vitrol but small on the action. Lot's of talk but no action, kind of like the Democratic party. A party that attempts to placate our community and then turns and backstabs us (Clinton: Don't ask don't tell) I noticed that when that occurred many of you sort of shrugged and moved quickly on. Then Mighty John Kerry came to bat for you all, and he basically said to you all, well don't think I hate fags or anything, although my religion does, and then he said, I'm not for a constitutional amendment against gay's getting married... well, thanks alot Sherlock for the "courage" as Dan Rather said, was my response to this happy wonder. It was a classic ploy, the old bait and switch from the mouth of the esteemed Senator.

    You guys are big on criticizing the conservative, wing of our nation, but at least they "let it all hang out." At least the conservatives let us know that they could give a fuck about us. At least they give us a target to shoot at. But with these willy nilly democrats its always a wink a smile and a "wait and see."

    What happens when you all get confronted someday (and it will happen) with a democrat that truly does hate us with his religion (very natural to a christian, as you all know) and is up front about it. What then? Where ya all gonna go then. You all won't be able to do the catty girl thing... for some time after.

    I am non-partisan... I don't vote at all. I'm Independent, my vote is stronger by not being cast than otherwise. I would advise you all to follow my lead someday. Think of it, we are at least 20 million in our nation. What if we all decided "not" to vote... wouldn't our voting block suddenly become recognized? We should pull all the way back... let's face facts. Our government is at war with us. We should wait until pressures reveal the weakness inherent in ignoring us.

    After all, We The People For The People, is here to stay.

    Posted by: visibleh20 | Mar 25, 2005 7:14:47 AM

  8. VisibleH20: The translation of your screen name - "visible water" - explains it all as your hydrocephalic (water on the brain) condition is obviously, unlike your analysis, extremely advanced.

    Posted by: Leland | Mar 25, 2005 1:02:59 PM

  9. lol... well when you've been brainwashed all your life, LeLand then you're bound not to "see" your ass from you asshole... which is your present affliction.

    Much love,

    Your hitler...


    Posted by: visibleh20 | Mar 25, 2005 3:24:32 PM

  10. Hey, Girlfriends... I've linked this over at Just Us Boys... got photos too!


    Posted by: visibleh20 | Mar 25, 2005 3:45:50 PM

  11. You sure are a sad case, VisibleH20. On other posts you write about how great it is to be all alone, secluded from a community and without any friends. Now you write about the importance of never voting. Do you ever leave your apartment? I can't think of a sadder life than sitting at home every day, never associating with another human being, just writing posts on internet blogs discussing issues to people you will never see. A world that you will never experience. If that's how you want to live your life, then that's sad but is your right. But trying to convince others that your solo existence is the ideal gay life... sorry to burst your bubble, but you're truly all alone with that one.

    Posted by: Steve | Mar 25, 2005 9:53:51 PM

  12. You are rather mistaken... without knowing me you've placed you own images of life upon me. You'd have no idea what life is to me because you have not lived as me or anywhere near like me. I'm not expressing my desire for anything... you may or may not have desires that you want fulfilled... but please don't attempt to paint me with those desires.

    My "existance" as you wish to call it isn't solo by any means.

    You may want to, someday, understand why you need your life agreed with... you are obviously a person who fears ever being alone or coming to grips with life as it is and not how it has been presented to you.

    In other words, you assume without knowledge. A deadly combination for a supposedly grown man, I assure you.

    Posted by: visibleh20 | Mar 25, 2005 10:18:29 PM

  13. Supposedly grown man? I never said I was a grown man. How dare you assume without knowledge that I am a grown man.

    Posted by: Steve | Mar 26, 2005 12:58:55 AM

  14. Steve, you stooped to a personal attack because you didn't like what someone was saying. If you have to do that, you have shown that you have no valid arguments and you are acting on pure bile rather than reasoned argument.

    Posted by: Duggo | Nov 13, 2006 10:56:38 PM

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