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05 June 2006

Who is Leola McConnell? & why should George Bush care


Oh The Goddess is ON:

In an odd twist, a Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Nevada alleges that before you buy Bush's BS about gay marriage you should know about his own bisexual past. In a press release, Leona McConnell invites you to read her account of this at http://bushssecretlifein84.tripod.com/.
that's beautiful.
she claims she *wiitnessed* gay sex with Georgie Boy...


Oh, wouldn't it be wonderful if it was the Truth?
Cafferty: Lunatic Fringe
WriteWhatYoureTold Bush's Old Friend On Gay Marriage: “I Don't Think He Gives A S--t About It”...

who is Victor Ash?


I dunno, it was a cheap, kinky joke at the time...

So, I contacted Leola & asked her myself: is this for real?

I treasure her reply:

From: Leola McConnell <...>
Date: June 5, 2006 3:53:48 PM EDT (CA)
To: Blueberry Pick'n <...>
Subject: Re: LEOLA! you're a goddess if this is true!!

Of course it's true. read the page bushsecretlifein84.tripod.com and contact ed mcateer jr or faye. Help get my anti nuclear message out. go to my page and read Divine Strake, we stopped it btw and I was present on the 28th at the NTS. I was the only candidate for governor of Nevada that came. Leola

CNN.com - Bush bares soul with 'iPod One' - Apr 12, 2005
Not every track is “on-message.” The playlist -- regarded by many as a mirror to the soul -- includes musicians who campaigned against Bush, such as John Fogerty. Also on the iPod is the 1979 song “My Sharona” by the Knack, about a man pursuing a much younger woman.
One of that song's lyrics, “Such a dirty mind. Always get it up for the touch of the younger kind,” prompted Spin magazine editor Dave Itzkoff to comment: “This wouldn't be consistent with Bush's image as protector of conservative values.


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