Despite what the mainstream media and Democrats are saying now on TV, there is no glass-half-empty message in the decision by a Texas judge to toss the conspiracy charges against Republican leader Tom DeLay, and keep the moneylaundering charge in place. Sure, it would have great if the second charge had been tossed, but in the end, it’s one less charge to worry about. This is a win for DeLay without a doubt. He’s half-way home. According to one Democratic Hill source, their House leadership acknowledged that this was good news for DeLay on a conference call, “Then they mapped out how they would spin the media on how this was really a huge defeat for him,” says the source. “When someone pointed out that this might be tough given that it was one of two charges, the response was, ‘The media already hates him, we aren’t going to have to sell bad news very hard at all.'”
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