Chambliss’ Office Looking Into Anti-Gay Slur Allegation.

Jim Galloway has the story.

The comment was posted on Joe.My.God., a blog dedicated to gay and lesbian issues, shortly after a Democratic bid to repeal “don’t ask, don’t tell” faltered in the U.S. Senate.

“All [gays] must die,” wrote the commenter, identifying himself as “Jimmy.”

Blog author Joseph Jervis of New York City used the Internet Protocol address attached to the comment to trace the slur to “the neighborhood” of Chambliss’ office in Atlanta. Readers quickly helped.


  1. MSBassSinger says:

    Those who have read my musings on here may remember I am not a fan of the practice of homosexuality.

    However, such statements as was made on the blog site are inexcusable. It is one thing to be against government requiring people to accept homosexuality as normal and acceptable, or else punishing them if they do not. Making such statements that refer to harm to a person does nothing to help keep the government thought police from pursuing “thought crimes”.

    I hope every sensible person who does not accept homosexuality as normal and acceptable speaks out against what this fool did.

    • Harry says:

      Amen to that, but I suspect the object of the “commentator” was to make those of us who don’t support the homosexual agenda simply look evil. It would go with the territory.

  2. AubieTurtle says:

    So when will Pete “the repeat” Randall post on the front page that Saxby’s office confimed that the slur came from his staff? Each and every small detail for anything posted on the front page deserves another front page posting, right? Or is there a specific criteria for which topics are to never be repeated and which ones should be posted over and over again regardless of which topic has new information?

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