[color:blue]DeLay briefly acknowledges indiscretions with alcohol and women, describing himself during his early years in the Texas legislature and Congress as a party boy with a roving eye.<br><br>"I drank too much," he writes. "I slept with women I wasn't married to. I neglected my family. This is the truth, and I recount it with a deep sense of grief that I ever lived in such a manner."<br><br>Despite the 2006 Democratic overturn of the 1994 revolution, DeLay calls 2008 a "grand opportunity."<br><br>"The vast majority of Americans are dissatisfied with George W. Bush and eager for change," he writes. "It is a wake-up call, a summons to battle ... Republicans were, as they long have been, right on the issues and terrible at communication."<br><br>DeLay, dogged by charges of money laundering in Texas, resigned from Congress last June and is awaiting trial.</font color=blue><br><br>Earth to Delay: leave something out in the interview. Why would I want to purchase this book? To find out how exactly he nailed women he was not married to? Find out how much he drank? Find out why he tthinks 2008 is a grand oportunity? (OK that I need to read as fantasy.) To find out America is pis[i][/i]sed at GW Bush? <br><br>I would buy the book if it had on the back cover a picture of Delay in an orange jumpsuit. But even that info I can get from PBS and not from some ghostwriter for a soon to be incarcerated douchebag.<br><br>
That guy reminds me of John Brown... the fruitcake fundamentalist they hung before the Civil war.<br><br>He says God talks to him... <br><br>ah.... if the devil talked to you ....don't you think he'd be smart enough to sound like God, Tom ? mmm... <br><br>the guy is psychotic !!<br><br>He also doesn't believe toxins kill people !! <br><br>Hey Tom ... how about a warfarin sandwich, pal !! <br><br>David (OFI)
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