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Some fresh pickings from the political grapevine a state legislator accused of using fake names to attack supporters of fracking.
Says he's sorry.
An investigation by Pittsburgh TV station KB KA concluded that Pennsylvania democratic representative Jesse White.
Used several different names to post harsh comments about supporters of natural gas drilling.
The comments targeted to specific supporters calling them trolls.
And dumber than a box of rocks -- -- even identified one opponents farm.
And encourage people to boycott his products.
The website where the -- were made traced all the names back to whites legislative email address.
Yesterday -- post a statement on his FaceBook page apologizing.
For what he calls an error in judgment.
Now for our Friday follows the eight year old boy who was suspended for biting his pop -- into the shape of a gun.
Is now an NRA member for life.
The lawyer for Josh Welsh says of Maryland state legislator paid for the 550 dollar membership.
Josh tells the Baltimore Sun.
He's not really sure what the NRA is.
Meantime the lawyer is fighting to get the two day suspension expunged from Josh -- record.
His appeal included renderings of the states of Florida Oklahoma and Idaho which he says look more like a gun than the pop tart in question.
And finally the billboard that was either the best -- the worst marketing strategy for JC Penney.
As we told you earlier this week this tea kettle attracted lots of attention.
For what some saw as a likeness of Adolf Hitler.
-- the department store removed the billboard but sold out of the forty dollar tea kettles almost overnight.
Now the listing has been removed from the JC -- web site altogether but if you're in the market for -- -- resembling that German dictator.
Eve day apparently is the place to go.
Right now there are 56.
Such kettles listed with the asking price going up to 249.
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