blowback from NU football coach's antigay lecture to Omaha city council;
"Rush Limbaugh" sings new version of "I am woman"
Posts linked to below: Brian Brown, of the National Organization for Marriage, wants you to know he's higher than a kite; Bob Vander Plaats, dollar store demagogue
Amidst all the squawking from the right-wing antigay-for-pay hustlers about being tagged for their inventory of hate speech and perhaps not being invited on television as much as they used to be, AKSARBENT wondered whether any of them realized the real threat from GLAAD's Commentator Accountability Project: that Rick Santorum's Google problem might become their problem too.
A few days ago, AKSARBENT put up a post mentioning Brian Brown and Bob Vander Plaats and, just for the hell of it, inserted links for both to the GLAAD/Jeremy Hooper Commenter Accountability Project.
After doing so, we thought: "Wow, if everyone did this whenever they mentioned people on the CAP list, they really would be accountable for their past vitriol every time someone Googled them."
Apparently, this is already starting to happen — on Bing (2.7 billion searches last month).
Somewhere, in Jeremy Hooper's cellar (or storage unit) there must be a picture — not of Dorian Gray, but of Madame DeFarge...