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When DeLay, Bey and Abramoff are in a room together

The so-called mighty are falling by the way side. Who says that a rolling stone gathers no moss? Certainly not the Republican members of Congress.Repubs_3

Posted by Catherine on January 19, 2006
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Oh please oh please oh please ...

Posted by: blogenfreude | Jan 19, 2006 2:19:46 PM

Whoops! Don't assume it's just Republicans:

"Among the biggest beneficiaries were Capitol Hill's most powerful Democrats, including Thomas A. Daschle (S.D.) and Harry M. Reid (Nev.), the top two Senate Democrats at the time, Richard A. Gephardt (Mo.), then-leader of the House Democrats, and the two lawmakers in charge of raising funds for their Democratic colleagues in both chambers, according to a Washington Post study. Reid succeeded Daschle as Democratic leader after Daschle lost his Senate seat last November.

Democrats are hoping to gain political advantage from federal and Senate investigations of Abramoff's activities and from the embattled lobbyist's former ties to House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Tex.). Yet, many Democratic lawmakers also benefited from Abramoff's political operation, a fact that could hinder the Democrats' efforts to turn the lobbyist's troubles into a winning partisan issue."

Is your bias showing?
This is something that should be curtailed on BOTH sides of the aisle. Don't make all issues partisan. Corruption knows no party (that includes Peace and Freedom, Libertarian and Independents).

Posted by: Ralph | Jan 20, 2006 8:54:51 AM

She can make issues as partisan as she wants - it's her blog. I personally love the bias so continue on my friend.

Posted by: Ann | Jan 20, 2006 11:47:56 AM

Thanks, girl. I feel the same!

Posted by: catherine | Jan 20, 2006 1:00:12 PM

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