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Thursday, January 05, 2006

Corruption Likely to be Found on Both Sides of the Aisle

Many democrats seem almost giddy with joy at the prospect of upcoming corruption investigations resulting from Jack Abramoff's recent guilty pleas.

House minority leader Nancy Pelosi said the Abramoff situation is "not a surprise because this Republican Congress is the most corrupt in history and the American people are paying the price."

Ms. Pelosi and her liberal friends had better be careful. While I suspect that the Abramoff related investigations will result in the fall of some, perhaps many, Congressmen, I also suspect that the corruption is not limited to Republicans.

Do I think that a Republican legislator found to have taken bribes should be held accountable? Absolutely. But I just don't think that all of those on Ms. Pelosi's side of the aisle are as pure white as the wind-driven snow. Expect this to come down on both sides.


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