Bil Browning

Weekend roundup

Filed By Bil Browning | January 27, 2007 11:17 AM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: constitutional amendment, links, local politics, scandal, SJR-7

I thought I'd give you the quick and dirty roundup of the posts on that have dealt with "outing" the hypocrites in the Indiana legislature. With the traffic the original post drew, I'll be posting this roundup as an update to the bottom of those posts as well.

The Dirty Underbelly - the original post
Touch a nerve? - the followup
The story gets out - list of bloggers linking to the post
You're mad too? Welcome to IAN - A way you help to channel some of your anger
"What You People Should Do" - Chris Douglas weighs in
Battling Legislative Hypocricy - Don Sherfick speaks
Looking for Specifics - some info I need based on tips that I've gotten

Some other bloggers have linked to the story that weren't mentioned before. This is really taking on a life of it's own!

Daily Dose of Queer (who's up for a Bloggie 2007 award for "BEST GLBT BLOG" Be sure to vote for her!) - An Indiana Blogger's Call for Gossip
Wayne Besen (Whom I've admired for a long time) - Fed Up Indiana Activist Looking For Tips On Sleazy Indiana Legislators
X-tra Rant - Bilerico wants to see our dirty underbellies
Meta-Filter (who wins for most referrals - over 1500 visitors from this post alone!) - Tell me the stories that will embarrass those conservative bigots that are backing a constitutional ban on our formalized relationships (If you don't have a Digg account, go get one. You can vote for the post as one of the top stories on the web. The more votes, the more exposure we get! This one could beat Meta-Filter if we get enough votes!) - The dirty underbelly (or Indiana legislators make a gay blogger angry)

If I've missed your post, by all means leave me a comment and I'll add you to the list!

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