You might have read Tom Davis Website Deceives the Public posted on Ambivalent Mumblings and cross posted on RaisingKaine.
In Case you missed it, here is a "nugget" from the diary.
After I discovered that the Washington Post hadn+óGé¼Gäót declared itself a member of +óGé¼+ôThe Davis Team+óGé¼-¥ for this election, I began to wonder how accurate the other +óGé¼+ôsupporters+óGé¼-¥ were. It turns out that not a single one of the organizations on Davis+óGé¼Gäós list of team members has declared itself a member of +óGé¼+ôThe Davis Team+óGé¼-¥ for the 2006 election cycle. (This is according to his website, which I accessed on the morning of September 10, 2006)
PS: This article was first published to the official Hurst 2006 for Congress (VA-11) Blog. Hurst 2006 Blog, was launched on September 10th to be a one stop source for info on the VA-11 race between Andrew Hurst and Tom Davis III. Check us out at http://hurst2006.blogspot.com/
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BTW - whoever is reading this for Tom Davis - you may want to go fix the link to Davis' website from one of the GOP sites. It goes to http://www.tomdavis.com. Nice site, but I don't think it's what you want.
I can't remember which one (perhaps the faifax GOP) and, quite frankly, I'm not going to spend my time tracking it down for you. But I speak the truth when I say it is wrong.