The folks over at GoodbyeJim seem to be working on an interesting plan to take down Faisal Gill, which should prove rather amusing. At the very least, trying to document who is showing up to suport Faisal Gill will make for some interesting comedy, as elected officials start becoming very wary of whom they pose with for pictures. Will someone manage to get a photo of Sharia law in the United States advocate Asim Ghafoor alongside Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling? Or how about Senator Ken Cuccunelli alongside Gill & Gallinger attorney laughingstock Jad Sansour, teaching him how to spell the word “counselor”, as in “counselor at law”? Perhaps the burka will enjoy a fashion revival as elected officials attempt to protect their future political prospects. Or not.
The webpage at faisalgill.com is now requiring a password for access, which either indicates they have a demo up for evaluation by the campaign, or that Faisal Gill isn’t too keen on sharing his agenda with the voters. If you access the site using port 443 (use https instead of http in the URL) you get a page promoting huberspace.net, a web design firm from Leesburg that decided to leave somewhat of a back door open on it’s webserver. Not a huge screw up, but one of what will probably be many that I’ll be expecting to see out of the Faisal Gill campaign. If Faisal Gill runs his own campaign half as badly as he did Steve Chapman’s 2006 bid for the House of Delegates, we’re in for a lot of fun.
I’ll bet GoodbyeJim will help a lot in that regard, and quite a few others will likely join in. Stay tuned for an interesting political season.
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