The mysterious blog spot (stopsexpredators) that first reported Mark Foley's original ambiguous emails to a former page, has been tracked to Human Rights Campaign, a purportedly non—partisan group that claims to advance the interests of lesbian,gay , bi—sexual and transgendered citizens (LGBT in this era of Balkanized interest groups). It is headed by Joe Solomonese, a pro—abortion activist with ties to George Soros.
One blog site that has been tracking the SSP site, warns that if HRC doesn't come clean about its role in this Republican gay outing campaign, it will be exposed on Friday:
Open letter to Joe Solmonese:
It is your responsibility to rid the HRC of the SSP gang. It is important for you to do so; doing nothing is connivance.
When I started this pursuit (or stumbled in), I knew nothing of the HRC or its mission. I am now thoroughly aware of how many people rely on the HRC to forward the rights of the LGBT community. Underhanded tactics of a few not only tarnish the organization but also its mission.
If you do not act, I will. Friday is your deadline or I name names.
Update: So who's calling? The MSM (main stream media), that's who.
Clarice Feldman 10 25 06
SOS has now replaced it's original post which we cited with this:
This is what SOS now has on its site:
Today I received a comment on this blog as follows:
Brad Luna said...
"The email exchanges in question between former Congressman Mark Foley and a House page have been in the possession of bloggers and media outlets for some time now. Yesterday, it came to our attention that an HRC employee, hired just last month to work for us in Michigan, was responsible for initially posting these emails on his blog. We investigated the matter, determined that HRC resources had been inappropriately used, and let him go. No one at the Human Rights Campaign, other than this individual, had any knowledge of his activities," said Brad Luna, Spokesman for the Human Rights Campaign.
I have emailed Brad asking for confirmation of this statement (and some others things). If, by chance, my email is filtered out, Brad should respond by writing to