Don't trust Mitch or "Sneaky Ron" Forman. Follow the money! Leave The Fly alone or we will BOYCOTT THE ZOO-TO-DO!
Gilda, Clancy pulled the story immediately because there were too many holes in it.
He never should have run it without checking the facts.
Clancy should either offer a public apology to Senator Vitter, or at least acknowledge that Berry's story was bad enough that Gambit had to pull it... Oh, wait a second, Gambit already pulled Berry's story for inaccuracies, therefore Clancy is indeed publicly admitting it. Now, Clancy should man up and offer Senator Vitter his public apology.
Or he can wait and offer Governor Vitter an apology...
What do you expect from either Jason Berry or Gambit... Lol!
It does make for a great read though, even though this all happened many years ago. Don't fall the baby adoption. Check your facts.
I love the commercials featuring his wife. He is very lucky to have found a life partner who truly loves him, even with all his human faults.
But Gambit has lost any credibility by endorsing the wrong candidate and then trashing another using yellow journalism. Clancy should resign from WWL. Phil Johnson would never, never have crossed this line in a smear campaign... but that's where we are in 2015 politics, tabloid rags and Internet journalists.
John Georges' wife owns the Advocate and John is backing John Bel Edwards. ZERO CREDIBILITY...
Don't hold that against Vitter. At least he has the balls to admit it, unlike some of the others... And stop writing about Georges. He's a Trump wanna be with neither the brains or the personality.
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OK, enough with this "First Black whatever..." because I can guarantee she can't prove that statement. One would have to be pretty ignorant to think that there was never at least one good, hard-working person of color making tattoos in the thousand year history of tattoos. I am more than impressed with this hard working professional woman's work history. But let me remind everyone of the fact that people of color have been contributing to our society long before this great Country of ours was even a country. If we are ever going to have true equality in the U.S. then have to stop with the stupid labels. Let's celebrate "Human Rights" instead of continuing to perpetuate stereotypes.
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