Pelosi asks for ethics investigation of Weiner
#1 Jun 8, 2011
Anthony Weiner is nuts to think he can skate through this issue. Another example of an elitiist politician that is more concerned about his job than what is right.
Do the right thing Weiner.... QUIT!
Really, how can anyone defend a man that behaves like this, and some of this was on taxpayer funded equipment and time. The man should be labeled as a sexual predator.
#2 Jun 8, 2011
Nice use of your name. Weiner is Nuts.
#3 Jun 8, 2011
AXE NOT what your weiner can do for you,AXE WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR WEINER..man who ride bicycle ,PEDDEL WEINER ALL OVER TOWN..
#4 Jun 8, 2011
Again, HA HA!
#5 Jun 8, 2011
from clinton to barney to edwards,to arnold, to 80% of hollywood , to all the unwed mothers, half the republication most of the democratsNATION TO CRAIGSLIST.....ITS ALL ABOUT WEINER.
#7 Jun 9, 2011
The Washington Child Sex Ring Coverup
#8 Jun 16, 2011
i think they should check and see who really has a weiner ,BECAUSE THEY ALL ACT LIKE THEY HAVE PMS
#9 Jun 18, 2011
Threatens to Expose a Huge GOP Pedophile and Male Prostitution Ring
By Wayne Madsen
Now that is has been discovered that “Jeff Gannon”(real name James D. Guckert), a “reporter” for Talon News Service, a front operation run by the conservative Republican-oriented GOPUSA.com , was using an alias as a cleared White House reporter, details are emerging that threaten to immerse the Bush administration in a major scandal.“Gannongate,” which is only now being mentioned by the mainstream news media, threatens to expose a potentially damaging GOP pedophile and male prostitution ring dating back to the 1980s and the administration of George H. W. Bush. James D. Guckert, using the name Jeff Gannon and possibly other aliases, was also running gay porn sites, one with a U.S. Marine Corps theme that solicited males for prostitution. White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan said he did not realize Gannon was using an alias until recently. However, rumors in the gay community are circulating about McClellan frequenting gay bars in Austin, Texas. Gannon bypassed established Secret Service security controls, including a background check requiring a social security number, to obtain a White House press pass that identified him by an alias, an action seen by many seasoned Washington journalists as only being possible if he had favorable treatment from White House staff, especially McClellan and his predecessor, Ari Fleischer. One White House reporter expressed revulsion over the fact that it was Fleischer who took away press credential from the late long-time White House correspondent Sarah McClendon and handed them to Gannon.
GOPUSA.com is run by a right-wing Texan and Bush friend named Bobby Eberle. In 2003, GOPUSA.com launched a vicious anti-Semitic attack against international financier George Soros, a leading philanthropist for progressive causes and a major contributor to the Democratic Party.
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Robert R. Eberle, owner of Gopusa.com and Talon News, said he "had no reason to think" his reporter was not meeting professional standards.
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Web Site Owner Says He Knew of Reporter's 2 Identities
By RALPH BLUMENTHAL
Published: February 20, 2005
OUSTON, Feb. 19 - The operator of an activist Republican Web site and news service said Friday night that he had known for two years that his White House correspondent went by two identities.
But the operator, Robert R. Eberle, denied in an interview that the correspondent, Jeff Gannon, whose real name is James D. Guckert, was an administration plant or was given preferential treatment as a Republican partisan to ask soft questions at briefings.
#12 Jun 18, 2011
Gannon hosted a web-based radio program called “Jeff Gannon’s Washington,” broadcast on his own web site, Jeffgannon.com , and Righttalk.com , a conservative GOP site whose registrant is based in Watsonville, California. Gannon’s only journalism credentials were his attendance at a two-day seminar at the Leadership Institute’s Broadcast School of Journalism in Arlington, Virginia. The head of the Leadership Institute is Morton Blackwell, a former Reagan administration official and a one-time head of the College Republicans, a post that Karl Rove also filled.
Gannon seemed particularly interested in South Dakota politics. GOP Senate candidate John Thune appeared on Gannon’s radio webcast program. On February 4, 2004, while being served softball questions by Gannon, Thune called Daschle an “obstructionist and antagonist to President Bush.” According to Roll Call, Gannon also served as an official of the Free Speech Foundation, an organization that helped defend ProBush.com from a lawsuit by former South Dakota Democratic Senator James Abourezk. The web site featured a “Traitor’s List” that included Abourezk. The former Senator and Navy veteran sued ProBush.com for defamation. Abourezk asked for $5 million in damages and a public apology after sending a cease and desist letter to the web site owner, a 21-year old suburban Philadelphia resident named Mike Marino, who registered the site using a post office box address in West Point, Pennsylvania. After Abourezk’s law suit threat, Gannon came to Marino’s assistance. Other names on the Traitor’s List also include President Jimmy Carter, Susan Sarandon, Viggo Mortensen, Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, Howard Stern, John Kerry, Edward Kennedy, Martin Luther King III, Rep. Cynthia McKinney, Michael Moore, The Dixie Chicks, and former Democratic Representative Gary Condit of California.
Gannon was also wired into the neo-conservative American Enterprise Institute (AEI). He wrote a pro-Iraq war article for the March 1, 2004 issue of their magazine, American Enterprise. AEI employs such ardent neo-conservative figures as Richard Perle, Michael Ledeen, and Lynne Cheney.
Ironically, many of Gannon's articles were anti-gay rights, such as one that insinuated that John Kerry's "pro-homosexual platform" would make him the nation's "first gay president."
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