Think about this, the "pay and play" program. You as a lobbyist, you pay, and we Republicans will take care of you legislatively. That's why it hasn't come to the forefront. The arrogance of power, the culture of corruption has not come to the attention of the American public as it has the past several months.And then we have this (be sure to download this, good for one day until 4pm tomorrow courtesy of Rush Limbaugh, if it disappears, go here ) that came out today produced by the Los Angeles Times. And how convenient, too, just 13 days later after Sen. Reid's appearance on Lehrer's show. Right now, for Sen. Reid, who is the minority leader of the Senate, he sits between a rock and a hard place.
The Los Angeles Times' graphical display of the four sons of Senator Harry Reid as well as his son-in-law shows how all benefited from Sen. Reid’s sponsored legislative efforts that have lined their company's pockets of at least $1.5 million dollars. Nepotism at it's best.
Howard Dean seemed to have back-tracked about the Abramoff scandal involving no Democrats just when he thought everything was solid and that the 2006 win would be locked. Things have a way of biting back when Democrats try to claim the "culture of corruption" are all entirely a Republican thing. What kind of a playbook is that?
Famous last word.
This is like watching a bad football game with the Democrats making these bad moves and fumbles and their QB's football throws getting intercepted at every turn.
Oh, yeah, go Seahawks!