Monday, July 17, 2006


Glad to see the House leadership on both sides of the aisle come together in a true expression of bipartisanship!

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is refusing to take part in an event Wednesday night that will include a tribute to former Reps. Tom DeLay (R-Texas) and Duke Cunningham (R-Calif.), saying the two men 'have dishonored the House' and 'are unfit to to be honored for their service.'
When told of Pelosi’s objections to having Cunningham’s name mentioned during the event, Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) agreed, saying through a spokesman that 'it would be inappropriate to have a convicted felon on the honor roll.'

The head of the group hosting the event, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society, said that he was willing to "skip any mention" of Cunningham during the event. But he would not refrain from honoring DeLay, who to date has not been convicted. (Roll Call) (sub. req'd)


I know it's hard to keep up with all the indictments and convictions going on in our government. At this rate, the Bush administration will pass the previously "Most indicted" administration, that of Ronald Reagan. Here's a place to see how things are going for both parties. I warn you though, that it's hard even for full time political wonks to stay up with all that's happening.

Grand Old Docket

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