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March 04, 2005

So, where's the beef?

From Editor&Publisher via Yahoo News:

For two weeks, several Democratic members of Congress have pressed the White House, the Secret Service, the Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security for information about just how GOPUSA/Talon News reporter James Guckert was able to attend briefings and presidential press conferences for two years under the alias James Gannon, on behalf of an openly partisan organization. Guckert has also been linked to sex sites and a male escort operation.

Today, ranking members for House committees on Rules, Judiciary, Government Reform, Homeland Security and Ways and Means submitted a Resolution of Inquiry, which would require the Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security to turn over all documentation regarding Guckert's access to the White House day after day for two years.

"We cannot allow the White House to stonewall the United States Congress and the American people on an issue of such importance, said Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY). Every day more questions are raised and so far, the White House is not providing any answers. We intend to find out what the White House is hiding."

I'm sorry, I'm really confused about this. What exactly is this guy done that's supposed to be wrong in the eyes of these Liberals? They defend Barney Franks when his homosexual partner ran a prostitution service out of their home. They defended Gary Studds who molested an underage page of the same sex. But for some reason this reporter is an “issue of such importance” that they're demanding an investigation?

Ann Coulter quips:

So now liberals are lashing out at the gays. Two weeks ago, The New York Times turned over half of its op-ed page to outing gays with some connection to Republicans. There is no principled or intellectual basis for these outings. Conservatives don't want gays to die; we just don't want to transform the Pentagon into the Office of Gay Studies.

By contrast, liberals say: "We love gay people! Gay people are awesome! Being gay is awesome! Gay marriage is awesome! Gay cartoon characters are awesome! And if you don't agree with us, we'll punish you by telling everyone that you're gay!"

In addition to an attack on a Web site reporter for supposedly operating a gay escort service and thereby cutting into the business of the Village Voice, another Times op-ed article the same day gratuitously outed the children of prominent conservatives.

Another thing to notice is the deafening silence from homosexual activists regarding Gannon/Guckert. As the NOW, the NEA and the AARP have already demonstrated, they aren't really about what they claim to be about, that's just a cover for pushing their leftist/socialist agenda.

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 4, 2005 11:42 AM

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