I don’t usually do a lot of linking, especially on political topics; there's lots of folks out there who do this a lot better than I ever will, so I usually let them do it; but this article
from the Wall Street Journal's
Kimberley Strassel was entirely too good to pass up. This bit of news comes under the category of no matter how cynical you get, it’s never enough. Apparently, the Democratic objection to the Washington gravy train for the past twelve years wasn’t that the gravy train was corrupting American politics; their objection was that the Democrats were in the gravy train’s caboose with an expired ticket.
Labels: corruption, earmarks, gravy train, Kimberley Strassel, lobbying, lobbyists, Washington Post