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Saturday, May 05, 2007

 

The Raw Story | Former disgraced White House correspondent Gannon now spokesman for Christian Bible group

Once a gay male escort going for $200.00 an hour, Jeff Gannon (a.k.a. James D. Guckert) now works for the International Bible Reading Association, the group that hosted Thursday's National Day of Prayer.

Interestingly, the National Day of Prayer Task Force, which coordinates NDP events, is based in Colorado Springs (Ted Haggard, anyone?), and is chaired by Shirley Dobson (yes, she's married to the guy who thinks, "women are merely waiting for their husbands to assume leadership," and that "State Universities are breeding grounds...for STDs, homosexual behavior, unwanted pregnancies, abortions, alcoholism, and drug abuse"--nice of him to lump all those together, no?)

How this HotMilitaryStud became a spokesman for an organization pushing "Bible reading schemes" (?) tests one's reason, much as the day itself, which was intended to be "a day when members of all faiths could pray together in their own way," but is promoted by a group that exists to "mobilize the Christian community to intercede for America and its leadership."

Jeff Gannon, you may remember, was a "journalist" in the White House Press Corps, who "wrote" for the Talon "news" agency, run by GOPUSA. He was known for his softball questions to the President, for his unscheduled visits to the White House, and for being a Top.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Paida said...

If this was in a piece of fiction we would all think it was too much.

The most frustrating part is that the main stream media treat people like Dobson w/ respect and give them legitimacy. Meanwhile Michael Moore is treated like a fringe freak. AAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

12:36 PM  
Blogger otter said...

oh my ZOD!!! (thats double god, by the way!) i am surprised but actually not because it's always just unbelievable shit with these guys...

6:20 PM  

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