This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. For almost two years, in the daily White House press briefings Gannon had been called upon by press secretary Scott McClellan to break up difficult questioning from the rest of the press. He was often seen in gay clubs in Austin, Texas and was comfortable being there,? I can say, without fear of contradiction by credit card receipts and Mayfair Hotel surveillance cameras, that I knew Scott better than any other White House correspondent or Washington reporter. But I don't think Scott McClellan is. After some year, Karen Hughes appointed him as a George W. Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.
And this administration is not anti-gay, it's just against giving special privileges to any minority group.
A hireling, a fraud and a prostitute
Lots of straight women go to gay bars so they can dance, and not get groped. Fred May 29, at More additional information about him can be gathered from the Wikipedia and other web sites like twitter and Facebook. Here was a gay prostitute wannabe porn star brought into the White House by whom we know not under an assumed name with false fraudulent credentials to infiltrate the WHPC, and who according to the Secret Service log made 25 "unusual night-time visits to the White House" and nobody, top to bottom, media, politician, liberals, bloggers Better than most men can ever know another man. I think this whole thread is in bad taste. Quoting an unnamed source, The RawStory.
He also accused on his book claiming Bush of being self-deception and maintaining permanent campaign approach. After making criticism, Press Secretary Dana Perino responded to him with giving an answer to him about he experienced his work at White House. I think the above quote is the point. Lots of straight women drag their boyfriends along. But who was Gannon? In addition, it would not be surprising for someone is his position -- gay and a spokesperson for the government -- to project his own shame about not being "out" onto Bush and his administration, as if to say, "You are guilty of deception, not me! Perhaps Gannon and McCellan were