Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Awe, damn that's too bad

Not only does it appear that the man Chris Matthews calls a modest and simple public servant (slurp, slurp), Tom DeLay is caught up with Randy "Duke" Cunningham, but this so is the man looking like his successor:

The Texas prosecutor targeting Rep. Tom DeLay has issued a second round of subpoenas to businessmen here seeking records surrounding donations to the former Republican leader and disgraced former Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham.

The subpoenas issued by Travis County District Attorney Ronnie Earle's office zero in on transactions in 2002 involving PerfectWave Technologies LLC, a company controlled by Brent Wilkes, a businessman with ties to DeLay and Cunningham...

...Subpoenas were issued last week to Adams and Max Gelwix, PerfectWave's president and CEO. The subpoenas sought records of any communications between DeLay, Cunningham, House Majority Whip Roy Blunt of Missouri and Wilkes over federal legislation that may have benefited Adams and his businesses.

I'm sure Conservatives will do the right thing in this matter and state that all liberals think like Joel Stein.

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