Your Blog Can Get You Fired
A blogger has been fired for publishing emails about Mark Foley.
The Human Rights Campaign, a gay rights group, has fired an employee who admitted to the first publication on a Web site of Florida Rep. Mark Foley's e-mails to a former male page.
The e-mails and later disclosures of sexually explicit computer messages from the Florida Republican to other male pages sparked a campaign-season scandal that threatens the GOP's majority in Congress.
"He inappropriately used Human Rights Campaign resources. He was fired," organization Vice President David Smith said of the employee. "The Human Rights Campaign believes in being very aboveboard in our political activity."
The first blogger that (I know of) who published email allegations is Stop Sexual Predators. The Herald Tribune incorrectly states the first Foley post was September 24, 2006. It was September 21. The SSP blogger was exposed by the blogger at Stop October Surprises. He threatened to expose SSP's location if he didn't reveal himself. The hysterical hypocrisy is the SOS blogger refused to reveal his identity for the Herald Tribune article.
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