As one commentator I read noted, DeLay’s lawyers probably had a sit-down talk with him and suggested that he focus on not spending most of the rest of his life in prison instead of on re-election. And, as it turns out, he can legally take all those corporate donations in his re-election campaign treasury and use them for his legal defense. Is it a GREAT system, or what? You can use the bribes themselves to defend yourself against accusations of bribery.But, of course, he's going to start a defense fund. I wonder where that money will go?
Wednesday, April 05, 2006
I pass this along from Russ Daggatt. (He didn't list his source):
Posted by Michael Markman at 7:02 AM