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Redux (From Oct. 17, 2006): Gay Activist Outs Craig

Full post of gay activist Mike Rogers' accusation on his site here

Audio of Ed Schultz radio show this afternoon in which Mike Rogers ( leveled his accusation here

I have been calling on gay Republican representatives, senators, and high-level staffers to stand up and be proud of who they are, to level with voters about the truth, and to let people decide on their politicians based on truth, honesty and openness. As this message is posted, I have apppeared on the Ed Schultz Show, a nationally syndicated radio program broadcast in more than 100 cities and on Sirius Satellite. On the show I have called on Senator Larry Craig to end his years of hypocrisy by leveling with Idahoans about who he really is. I am also calling upon several prominent Idaho social conservative leaders to ask them how they square their anti-gay positions with their support for this leader. I have done extensive research into this case, including trips to the Pacific Northwest to meet with men who have say they have physical relations with the Senator. I have also met with a man here in Washington, D.C., who says the same -- and that these incidents occurred in the bathrooms of Union Station. None of these men know each other, or knew that I was talking to others. They all reported similar personal characteristics about the Senator, which lead me to believe, beyond any doubt, that their stories are valid -- Mike Rogers/

DFO: In his interview with Schultz, gay activist blogger Mike Rogers ( sez there's not a doubt in his mind that his information is valid. On his Web site, he posts videos to an investigation into a 1982 scandal involving Capital Hill pages in which Craig played a role. You be the judge on this information.

Reruns: Craig dismisses gay claims as ridiculous, Blogosphere following Larry Craig story, Mansfield: Gay activists are bullies, brutes, and Mary Souza: Craig posts are tabloid trash.

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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.