I don’t know if anyone has commented on the eye-opening cynicism reflected in the paragraph below, from yesterday’s Washington Post report on Abramoff-tainted Rep. Bob Ney’s decision not to seek re-election to his Ohio seat:
House Majority Leader John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) met with Ney last week to urge him to step aside, reminding him that with a son in college and a daughter nearing college age, he will need money, according to several congressional Republican aides. If he lost his House seat for the party, Boehner is said to have cautioned, Ney could not expect a lucrative career on K Street to pay those tuition bills, along with the hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees piling up.
Political disgrace is now no impediment to cashing in? Mind you, this under conservative Republican supervision and with conservative Republican approval and encouragement…
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