Friday, December 09, 2005

Another Of Those Brief Thoughts

From The Roanoke Times

Briefly put...
With a rash of bribery convictions, and indictments and investigations for a range of other ethical transgressions, U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has recommended a crash course in ethical instruction for members of Congress.

"The speaker wants members on both sides of the aisle to understand the nuances of House rules," Ron Bonjean, a spokesman for Hastert, said about the plan.

Since when did lying, cheating and stealing become "nuances" requiring merely remedial instruction?
Oh...I'd say right along about January,1993...

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