And there you have it!
(Tom D., Bill J., take a hint.)
And here's my PF post about good ol' Bob from waaaayyyy back in January:
And, what do you know? My hat was right!
"...false allegations made against me have become a distraction to the important work..."
gotta love that optimism!
This one's next:
"Honorable explanation" - that means he puts on airs and goes "I admit I did bad things. They were wrong. I feel sorrow for the American people." Of course you have to be more eloquent and honor-filled than that; Mr. Jefferson, may I recommend the Bob Ney statement referenced in the above NYT article? Or perhaps you would prefer the more pathos-heavy Randy Cunningham episode from last spring?
Back to Bob Ney.
Guide for corrupt congressmen: when you get caught, how to excuse your actions.
Ney makes excuses.
Ney excuses his excuses.
Ironic he thinks up alcoholism. Look what this United States Congressman accepted bribes for:
Separate names with a comma.