And Keith Olbermann is reporting on it, as well as John McCain’s widdle senile temper tantrum after the DADT vote:
From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss’ office has determined it was indeed the source of a highly publicized homosexual-bashing slur on an Internet site. But in a statement, Chambliss’ office said it has not discovered exactly who was behind the slur, and has turned the matter over to the Senate Sergeant At Arms. “The (Sergeant at Arms) has worked side by side with our personnel to determine whether the comment in question emanated from our office. That appears to be the case,” an unsigned statement from Chambliss’ press office read. “There has not been a determination as to who posted the comment,” the statement read. “That part of the review is ongoing, and is now in the hands of the Senate Sergeant at Arms.” Spokeswomen for Chambliss did not return a reporters phone calls or emails seeking more details.
Joe Jervis also mentions that he has been interviewed by The New York Times on the story.
The money quote from the above video, though, comes from Dan Savage, on the subject of John McCain’s outburst: “Props to Kerry Eleveld for committing an act of journalism in the presence of a US Senator.”