Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Gwen, Gavin and Kingston in the Village...

Sunday I stooped to a new low. Sure I said I would never take photos of my celeb neighbors, but then I thought about Rick Santorum. That's right, otherwise known as Prick Santorum, I was thinking what the hell are we going to do to unseat Dick. He's like the Manchurian Candidate. If we don't get rid of him now he could step into the shoes as the next president. Don't tell me you didn't see DUMPrick standing behind Dumbya when he placed his hand on the Bible and swore he would abide to the laws of the land and do right by U.S. He's part of the Republican Machine, he's next in line. Why do you think he is often the guy asked to do the supportive speech after the President makes his State of the Union address. There are a plenty of things that really stick in my crawl about Rick Santorum and the motivation behind me stalking poor Gwen and family for the big bucks (in the past I was offered big bucks for shots I took of Gwen when I asked her to pose, I turned that shit down as I felt all icky for selling my soul after my platinum blonde beauty allowed me to shoot her earlier this year, and last year). But today was different, TODAY I have a cause and it's why I offered the photos to People Mag, The National Enquirer, and In Touch magazines. It's why I promised each one I wouldn't post the pixs on my blog until I heard back from them (I was rejected by all three as they got photos from professional paparazzis see sightings for 9/4 or check out for the awesome shot they bought from one of them). But I will tell you my story and why I would risk my honorary New Yorker I know who you are, but I will just pretend that you are living in a shoe box, eating Romain Noodles, and shopping at Goodwill too kinda blank nonchelant look; I will tell you why, I need money, and I need a lot of it to kick my home state's sitting senator Rick Santorum's ass back to his home schooling, conservative catholic, no birth control, no homos, no diversity life in Alabama, Pennsylvania. (Philadelphians and Pittsburgh folk consider everything in between the two cities Alabama)

  • When the Supreme Court moved to strike down state anti-sodomy laws in 2003, he said it would lead to the legalization of polygamy and “man-on-dog sex.” The second term senator, who also served four years in the House, is a lead sponsor of the failed Marriage Protection Amendment to the U.S. constitution that would ban same-sex marriage or the benefits it would entail. He called the amendment “the ultimate homeland security.”
  • Last year he said because of the costs of Hurricane Katrina had made it necessary for Republicans to reconsider whether they should extend some of the president's tax cuts -- such as the lower rate on capital gains and dividends passed in 2003.
  • "Sadly the propaganda campaign launched in the 1960s has taken root," said Santorum. "The radical feminists succeeded in undermining the traditional family and convincing women that professional accomplishments are the key to happiness." excerpt from his 2005 book.
  • Santorum states that schools are not mentioned in the Constitution and writes that he believes America's founders agreed that education would be best accomplished by the family and voluntary associations rather than the state. "By asking the right question, we can see that when it comes to socialization, mass education is really the aberration, not homeschooling," he writes. "Never before in human history have a majority of children spent at least half their waking hours in the presence of 25 to 35 unrelated children of exactly the same age (and usually the same socio-economic status)..." he writes. "It's amazing that so many kids turn out to be fairly normal, considering the weird socialization they get in public schools."
  • The Philadelphia Daily News reported last week that anti-choice and anti-gay activists are donating thousands of dollars to the Green Party candidate in the Senate race, hoping to draw votes away from Casey.
  • Rick for President in 2008; Already, Santorum has asked his advisors to purchase the domains for websites like, and Hoping to create a conservative counterpart to the internet movement that propelled Governor Howard Dean into the spotlight, Santorum is already moving on his national agenda.
  • If you like my photos of Gwen & Family, and even if you don't - Please help support the cause in ridding our society of Rick Santorum. This is not just a Senate race, it's a race for our country's future. Check out and Donate to Thanks!!
After Gavin shot me this look I felt like a real scumbag for invading their privacy. I will return to the Red Carpet events this week where the celebs expect to be shot...ho hum....


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't feel so guilty, there were a lot of photographers out then and subsequent days. Gwen is in NYC for Fashion Week, she wants the publicity. Check this site for lots of photos...

9/06/2006 3:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GREAT GWEN! Awesome pics! And thanks for informing the world about the importance about PRICK SANTORUM. It's not just we Pennsylvania residents whose future has a stake in his Political dealings. This is a plea that ultimately will affect the World.

9/06/2006 9:36 PM  

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