9/30/2005

Sadly, No!: Sometimes, we don't even need to add snark

On Tom DeLay and Ronnie Earle, the Wall Street Journal writes:

The Majority Leader also deserves the presumption of innocence because of Mr. Earle's guilty past. A liberal Democrat, he has a history of indicting political enemies, Democrat and Republican, on flimsy evidence that didn't hold up in court.

[...] Without his [DeLay] prodding, the House would never have voted to impeach Bill Clinton in 1998. [Emphasis added, obliviousness to irony in original.]

Politically-motivated indictements of enemies that don't hold up in court. Hmm, how did that impeachment thing turn out again?

Sadly, No!: Sometimes, we don't even need to add snark

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