Wednesday, September 28, 2005

DeLay, Blanco, Nagin and Bush

Rep. Tom DeLay gave no indication of responsibility today (I doubt it, but perhaps he's completly innocent) regarding his indictment on consipracy charges. "DeLay, a Republican, blasted the charge as a 'sham' and an act of 'political retribution' ... 'I have done nothing wrong,' DeLay told reporters. 'I have violated no law, no regulation, no rule of the House.'"

Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco is in Washington, DC, testifying before a Senate Finance Committee on job creation legislation. She'll also testify in response to Michael Brown's allegations that Louisiana politicians are to blame for poor response to Hurricane Katrina. She and New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin still haven't accepted any level of blame.

At least Pres. George Bush pointed the finger of blame at himself.


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