Thanks to an anonymous commenter for pointing this out: the online site iamkennethgladney.com has been taken offline. Interestingly, this happens just a few days after I exposed the fact that their appears to be a blatant contradiction by a statement on that site and Gladney's announced future plans. Here's what I had to say:
Gladney also announced that he is going to be going on a nationwide tour with the Tea Party Express, a national propaganda campaign for the AstroTurf movement. Interestingly, Gladney had previously announced the following on his I Am Kenneth Gladney site, another money making instrument:Kenneth wants to make it clear that he is not funded by any special interest group or political party. Kenneth vows never to accept funds from any of these sources. Project Liberty is "people-powered." As with any endeavor of this magnitude, there are costs associated with this. If you would like to help defray these costs in this fight for liberty, stand up with Kenneth and donate today (emphasis mine).Yet you can see right on the bottom of the front page of the Teabag Express page a list of "partners" for the tour, including Freedom Works. Freedom Works is not just a special interest group, but in fact is literally the quintessential AstroTurf special interest group, led by former Republican House Majority Leader Dick Armey, who also headed, before being forced to resign due to the scandal, a lobbying firm that is employed by many companies who benefit from the current health care system....
Well, it certainly will be quite an accomplishment for the unemployed Gladney to go two weeks on a national bus tour without accepting any funds from the groups sponsoring the tour.
In other words, Gladney is pretty obviously violating his "vow" to never take money from special interest groups. Only a couple days after I pointed that out, the site was taken off the web. Fortunately, I learned a long time ago that when dealing with people such as these its important to take screen shots of everything they say (click on the image for a larger view: the 2nd to last paragraph is the important one).
And, for good measure, here's a picture of the taken-down site: