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"Kenny Boy" Escapes Hangman's Noose

Kenlay Some would call it divine intervention, others call it the ultimate escape from justice.  Either way, Enron Corp.'s founder Ken Lay (dubbed "Kenny boy" by Dumb-Dumb) escaped hard time in the big house by dying today of a heart attack.  This comes six weeks after being convicted of fraud and conspiracy in the well-known Enron financial scandal.

I'm sad when anyone dies, but it's even sadder when criminals escape punishment. My favorite quote comes from White House spokesman Tony "Snowjob" Snow when asked if Dumb-Dumb had a reaction to Lay's death:

"The president has described Ken Lay as an acquaintance, and many of the president's acquaintances have passed on during his time in office."

Yes, yes indeed.  Many people have passed on during his time in office.  Like over 2700 U.S. servicemen and woman in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the countless other victims of his decisions.  Let's hope when it's time for Dumb-Dumb to face his judgment day, it won't have it so easy as Lay.

Posted by SourKraut on July 5, 2006
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Good god, Catherine - did he really truly say that? He just doesn't care who dies, does he? 'Kenny Boy' probably died of a broken heart from the way Dubya threw him under the bus.

Posted by: Alicia | Jul 5, 2006 10:27:07 PM

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