Tuesday, September 21, 2004

DeLay, again

Swiped the whole thing from Kos:

From a Texas reader:

Breaking News from Travis County Courthouse
Texans for a Republican Majority PAC executive director John Colyandro and treasurer Bill Ceverha indicted.

32 count indictment, some corporations also indicted.

DeLay untouched.

There'll be fallout. This was all a DeLay operation.

Update: This doesn't mean DeLay is off scott-free. Some of the indicted may give up DeLay as part of a deal. How loyal might they be? Will they take a bullet for the guy?

Do you think the 'liberal media' will begin to ask the tough questions now? Do you think they'll hound that rat bastid until he drops? Yeah, I didn't think so either.

Update: 16:25:

Kos is updating this regularly. Go here to follow.

Oh, and Gordon called it correctly here. And Kos agrees:

[. . .]

It's clear that DeLay's circle not violated just ethics laws, but criminal laws. If the House Ethics Committee punts on investigating DeLay, it'll further prove that the ideal of clean government is dead as long as DeLay runs the show. [my emphasis]

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