Tom Delay - guilty

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by bigarrow, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. Good riddance.
     
  2. witch hunt.
     
  3. Maybe but still guilty.
     
  4. What is wrong with these pictures of Tom Delay?
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  5. cstfx

    cstfx

    Him and Charlie are poster children of what's wrong with our political system.

    But this is why I am glad he got nailed:

    Terri Schiavo

    DeLay called the Terri Schiavo case "one of my proudest moments in Congress."[7] DeLay made headlines for his role in helping lead federal intervention in the matter. On Palm Sunday weekend in March 2005, several days after the brain-damaged Florida woman's feeding tube was disconnected for the third time, the House met in emergency session to pass a bill allowing Schiavo's parents to petition a federal judge to review the removal of the feeding tube. DeLay called the removal of the feeding tube "an act of barbarism." DeLay faced accusations of hypocrisy from critics when the Los Angeles Times revealed that he had consented to ending life support for his father, who had been in a comatose state because of a debilitating accident in 1988.[38]

    DeLay was accused of endorsing violence in the wake of a series of high-profile violent crimes and death threats against judges when he said, "The men responsible [for Terri Schiavo's death] will have to answer to their behavior." DeLay's comments came soon after the February 28, 2005, homicide of the mother and husband of Chicago Judge Joan Lefkow, and the March 11, 2005, killing of Atlanta Judge Rowland Barnes. DeLay's opponents accused him of rationalizing violence against judges when their decisions were unpopular with the public. Ralph Neas, President of People for the American Way, said that DeLay's comments were "irresponsible and could be seen by some as justifying inexcusable conduct against our courts."[39] DeLay publicly apologized for the remark after being accused of threatening the Supreme Court.
     
  6. Add this one in:

    11/24/10

    "A New Jersey congressman has fired his chief of staff -- a former Obama aide -- after the aide was arrested in Maryland on a charge of soliciting sex from a minor.

    Democratic Rep. Steve Rothman took the action after learning that top_aide Robert Decheine was among 11 people snared in a Gaithersburg, Md., police sting. Police placed ads on a website and an undercover officer communicated with customers through phone and text messages."
     
  7. Another scum bag criminal Republican...nothing new
     
  8. BSAM

    BSAM

    LOL True enough. But, that door swings both ways. When will Americans stop voting for all these thugs?
     
  9. 1.True

    2.Never as long as there is the 2 party system and nearly 50 % of the people hates the opposite side
     
  10. Indeed, another neocon establishment hack who will be replaced by a tea party candidate.

     
    #10     Nov 25, 2010