21 Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee Moved to Block a Congressional Investigation
On March 16, 2005, a group of 21 Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee moved to block a Congressional investigation into how male escort Jeff "Bulldog" Gannon gained daily access to the White House for two years under a false name.
Why did they suppress evidence that would show who helped a gay prostitute evade Secret Service background checks and gain compromising access to the President of the United States? Why are these 21 Republicans so desperate to keep "Bulldog's" secrets? Shouldn't they be answering some questions about why they don't want any questions asked?
Read about the vote
Click on a mugshot for a page-sized poster on each of Gannon's VIP clients that people can download and print. Forward the jpegs widely -- post links to listgroups and blogs. Print them out at the color printer at work and stick them on cars in the parking lot.