Readers of Rupert Murdoch's New York Post could be forgiven this week for wondering what happened to the paper they thought they knew: For two days in a row, the tabloid used its front-page to take aim at Carl Paladino, the Tea Party-backed Republican gubernatorial candidate, for his recent anti-gay remarks. Suddenly, gay-baiting offends Rupert Murdoch - 2010 Elections News | Midterm Elections: Senators, Governors Carl Paladino likes to point to his gay nephew, Jeff Hannon, as evidence that hes no homophobe. Thats funny, because Jeff Hannon seems to think Carl Paladino is a homophobe, as the 23-year-old has stopped showing up to work at the Paladino campaign Carl Paladinos Gay Nephew Quits Thriving Paladino Furry Campaign New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino, who has spent the week fending off accusations that he is anti-gay, once collected rent from two gay clubs located in buildings he owned in downtown Buffalo, according to a published report. Cobalt, one of the two clubs, operated as a gay bar in 2004 and most of 2005 and was run by Paladinos son, William, the Daily News reported Wednesday, citing state liquor board records. It was housed in a building owned by one of Paladinos many companies, Huron Group LLC, the newspaper said. The club was run under another corporate name. The Jews Made Gay Club Owner Carl Paladino Homophobic --------------------------------- I love these right wingers on the USMB. "WE ARE NOT ANTI-GAY AND YOU CAN'T PROVE WE ARE!". Then you get one Republican Politician after another making anti gay statements. Do they know who represents them? Is it denial? Can someone explain it?