http://www.edgeboston.com/index.php?ch=news&sc=&sc2=&sc3=&id=111503 <excerpts> "Obviously, Im very offended by his comments," Hannon told the Post, an Oct. 13 article in that newspaper reported. The article said that, according to sources in Paladinos campaign, Hannon had not been to the campaign office since his uncle made the controversial remarks. "Everybody was talking about it today," said one source. "They are worried about him. They think hes upset." < Paladinos own business connection to two gay bars also came to light to the wake of the candidates anti-gay comments. The Associated Press reported on Oct. 12 that Paladino owned the space in which the two clubs, Cobalt and Buddies II, were located. Cobalt, run by Paladinos son William Paladino, opened in 2004 and became a straight bar late in the following year, the article said; Buddies II was open from 2005-2006.