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Ben Quayle Changes His Story Again On Fox & Friends

Reported by Priscilla - August 13, 2010 -

In making the rounds of Fox “News,” Arizona congressional candidate, Ben Quayle, son of former Republican Vice President Dan Quayle, started the day at Fox & Friends. Naturally, the first thing in the segment was his ad in which he ominously states that Barack Obama is the worst president ever (move over James Buchanan!) – an ad that pundits, including the gang at “Morning Joe,” describe as “creepy.” But to her credit, Gretchen Carlson asked Quayle about his connection to a website, “DirtyScottsdale.com.” According to the website’s founder, Quayle contributed comments as “Brock Landers” which document his search to “find the hottest chick in Scottsdale.” Quayle originally denied that he was involved in the site; but later told “Politico” that he just posted “to drive some traffic.” Carlson asked him about the apparent inconsistency in his comments regarding the website. Quayle was either lying or confused because he responded that his story has been “consistent from day one” (excuse me?) and then denied that he had “any affiliation” with the website.” He asserted that the comments he made earlier “were about a blog that doesn’t exist anymore.” He then claimed that this is “a smear campaign” perpetrated by his opponents. Okaaaaay……