The Foley 'scandal' has prompted further investigation by the dems, unfortunately nothing was learned from ABC's complete failure.
In an attempt to publicly identify each of the conservative sicko homo perverts, the dems have created a list and circulated it in Washington. They dangle the details hoping the public will salivate waiting for it's release.
When Kerry made reference to gays, he chose VP Cheney's daughter, not an unknown or out of the closet.
There are no dems on the 'list'.
...In the coming days, we may see the Foley story morph into a referendum
on gay Republicans – particularly if the G.O.P. continues to push the
storyline that Foley was protected by "a network of gay staffers and
gay members." News organizations, one can safely assume, would not be
happy about such a development. The questions surrounding putting gay
Republicans in the spotlight – and how the press handles such questions
– would be incredibly divisive: Conservative site Newsbusters is
Borger for breaking the "PC Barrier" by taking about the alleged
network; others, no doubt, will criticize news outlets for talking
about staffers' personal lives. And what of The List? If it hits the
Web, as Corn suggests, should news outlets publish it? Should they do
follow up reporting based on its contents?
It could be a no-win situation for many of the parties involved – the media, conservative politicians with gay staffers, and, of course, those themselves on The List. But the election is not far away, and some lawmakers may see the "network of gay staffers and gay members" narrative as their best chance to limit fallout from the Foley story. Stay tuned – this one could get even uglier.
Certainly not dangerous terrority for the dems.