Congressional Pages and also White House interns plan on making a protest strike because of congressional use of professional prostitutes as exposed in the DC Madam case which cost one senator's job and also because of a male prostitute James Dale Guckert aka Jeff Gannon spending many nights with someone at the George W. Bush White House.
The pages and interns are very jealous of their special positions in these governmental bodies and can't understand why Senators and congressmen and even White House residents must pay for professional prostitute service, both male and female, while they are there ready to be of service.
The Monica Lewinsky Chapter of White House Interns will have their members walk in front of the White House on May 15, Ides of May Day.
The Mark Foley Chapter of Congressional Pages will also march with placards in front of Congress on May 15. The Page organization was named after congressman Foley as the Page he was communicating with was only 16 years of age and his identity could not be revealed.
"I don't understand why these congressmen are willing to pay up to $3,000 per hour for a BJ when we are readily available to serve their every need." Said a congressional page whose name cannot be disclosed because of her age.
"We don't understand how male prostitute Guckert/Gannon was able to spend so many nights at the White House when we are allowed to have meetings in the White House offices in the daytime only." Said and Intern who did not want to be identified by name.
Unfortunately, no one will ever know who Mr. Guckert/Gannon was visiting during his overnight stays at the White House as the records are secret and are not available to the public.
Because of his White House Press Pass, one can assume that he had some dealings with Karl Rove who also had an office in the White House at the time. But no way to know whose bed he shared there.
All of this becomes more notable at this time because of the supposed suicide of the DC Madam, the lady who could have brought down the entire US Government if she were still alive today.