Brit Hune and his panel talked about the issue this evening.
It seems that the folks at dailykos, the others, and Howard Kurtz may have jumped the gun...and misrepresented a huge portion of this story. And in a sense, slandered a man.
It seems that Gannon, or whatever his name may be, did not run any porn sited.
One of the panel members stated that they are finding out, now, that Gannon once worked for a software company and registered the domain names for somebody else.
THEY also pointed out that this seems to be, in large part, liberals going after a conservative reporter.
FURTHERMORE- the pointed out how people like Helen Thomas who is a columnist, not a reporter....and people like The New Republic can get press passes.
It will be interesting to see if Howard Kurtz will correct some of his misreporting of this stuff. Same with Olberman.
STILL WAITING FOR KURTZ TO DISCLOSE THAT A MAJOR SOURCE FOR HIS STORY WAS ON THE HOWARD DEAN PAYROLL.
gave a rundown about what Brit Hune's show said about the issue.
Well, I'm no legal eagle, but it was libel it was pretty dang close. Too dang close for anyone who purports to be a reputable journalist.
Hmmm. All very interesting. Throws a much different spin on everything. Under these circumstances, I don't think he should have resigned. I was on the other side earlier.
Boy, that's an understatement. Democrat.com has the following language in an anti-Gannon petition on their site:
which raises the possibility he was bringing male prostitutes into the White House or other institutions of our government.
What is this Dean angle?
Thank you! I missed the show traveling back from Wilmington.
So, can we add this to the things they have jumped too early on this week?