Gov. Donations Under Fire

Both candidates for governor have found themselves in hot water over donations linked to Internet porn. Republican Mark Earley for receiving $47,000 from Bruce M. Waldack, who reportly marketed its online ad software to pornographic websites; and Democrat Mark Warner for receiving $75,000 from the chairman of CyberCash, one of the major on-line credit card processing companies, who has accepted credit card payments on behalf of pornographic websites. Earley is returning the money, but Warner’s spokesman says that CyberCash is a conduit for money, much like a bank. What’s a little more interesting is the fact that Bruce Waldack once owned, back in 1998. The AP has the story on the donations.

1 Response to “Gov. Donations Under Fire”

  • About the thing, I sure don’t care. For one, if he wants to be a Nazi, hell, that’s his business. If he wanted to put up a site about Hitler’s Youth Army, that could be really interesting. Or maybe he just liked the domain name. But owning the domain doesn’t say a thing about the guy. Imagine that FUD and speculation that could result from this, though…


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