Tuesday, April 04, 2006


So, now that DeLay is officially out (*takes a moment to bask in the schadenfreude*), the question is, does a (relatively; nominally) clean unknown have a better chance of winning than a thoroughly corrupt known?

Honestly, I have no idea whether DeLay leaving is really a negative for the Republicans in the grand scheme of things, but it certainly is nice to see such a thorough bastard go away.


Jenn said...

The problem is that he's not going away. He's already announced that he's moving to Northern Virginia and will be working with various lobbying groups.

He's just more dangerous when he's out of the limelight.

Elmo said...

I won't be happy till he's eaten by a giant cockroaches.

oldwhitelady said...

I want to see him investigated, too. I'm thinking he was getting out before it happens.