... and why the House can't be trusted to police themselves.<br><br>Chicago SunTimes: DeLay gets his second ethics slap in a week<br>NPR: DeLay Receives Second Ethics Rebuke in Week (audio)<br><br>So now the House ethics committee has decided to slap Tom DeLay with a huge... um... okay, not huge. Well, they really did nothing. Apparently, they sent DeLay a letter. Their reaction to DeLay's bribery on the House floor, his improper use of Homeland Security for partisan reasons, and his conflict of interest with energy corporations seems maybe just a bit understated. One can only hope that this starts a Republican campaign to choose a new majority leader, but aside from that, DeLay is getting away with this.<br><br>Here's to hoping the grand jury in Texas does some damage.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
Sounds like exploited tax dollars to me.<br>I mean, he and his kind exploited the heavy thinking peace mongers<br>jah know?<br><br>Does it make sense for one people to eat their young on behalf of another?
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