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05/03/2005

Jeff Gannon: So irresistible in his own mind

by Jeremy Hooper

  Ex-actual whore (allegedly) and current publicity whore Jeff Gannon claims in the new issue of Vanity Fair that many of the "radical gay activists" who've served as his harshest critics have actually "come on to him." This according to the NYDN's Rush & Molloy column, who also quote Gannon/Guckert as saying that his detractors "shed their convictions 'like a sweater on a hot day.'"

Unlike Gannon/Guckert who will apparently shed his sweater, pants, undies, and everything else for the right price, be the day hot or cold.

According to R&M, Gannon/Guckert also hints in the VF article at doing "secret work for which he needed White House security clearance."

Mmm-Hmm. And an extra large bottle of Wet Platinum (allegedly).

Rush & Molloy (2nd item) [NYDN]

**Excerpt from the forthcoming VF article can be found at The Washington Note

Hat Tip: Wonkette

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