Wednesday, April 06, 2005

And some more DeLay

Yes, yes, yes, the man known as the majority leader in the House, Tom DeLay, apparently has been funneling PAC money to his wife and daughter, over half a million dollars, to be exact. And the American Conservative Union, meanwhile, continues to back this man. Amazing that no morals exist anymore for conservative leaders. The only morals they have are the false ones they preach for political gain. It's a sad, sick situation. You know what, though? I want him to keep his job, right until 2006 when someone knocks this clown off. They can be Republican, Democrat, independent, doesn't matter, just so long as they have a real understanding of moral values, and act in a bipartisan manner. DeLay is the master of divide, so let's find someone who knows how to conquer, shall we?

Late Update: This quote is so full of it. From the New York Times: His spokesman, Dan Allen, said Mr. DeLay would not agree to an interview with The Times on Wednesday. "The fact that The New York Times is targeting Congressman Tom DeLay is the height of hypocrisy. The fact is that Democrats are doing the same thing, and The New York Times is not singling them out on the front page."

Of course, no example is given. Of course, the statement is not vetted. So, again, the supposedly liberal New York Times runs a completely unverified conservative accusation in a front-page story. Who is Allen kidding? I swear, these people divorced reality ten years ago, and they live in a fantasyland. Sick, sick, sick.


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