(untrue) DeLay found guilty… system works… who knew?

September 28, 2005 at 7:19 pm 8 comments

someone apparently went to this post the other day, so anyway, this was a b.s. post I made awhile back when I saw Tom Delay was indicted I thought that meant guilty. 

somehow, despite what appeared to be in-surmountable amount of political corruption
and backstabbing… Tom DeLay actually has been found guilty of something.
Accountability in government? jesus… where did that come from.
anyway, article here Now will he actually get out office is the question.


hey folks read the comments seciton on this one.
I didn't read the full article and posted this with out
knowing what I was talking about.

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  • 1. Jerome Jackson  |  September 28, 2005 at 7:23 pm

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  • 2. wyneken  |  September 29, 2005 at 7:27 am

    We can only hope, Andrew. But DeLay’s indictment by a grand jury does not mean he has been convicted of anything. It means only that the jury concluded grounds exist for him to stand trial. Now we come to an interesting test of the U.S. judicial system, as it exists in present-day Texas.

    Can such a powerful figure actually be held accountable for anything? Recent experience gives one much cause for doubt. Has anyone above the level of sergeant been held accountable for torturing prisoners at Abu Ghraib? Has anyone at all been held accountable for leaking the name of CIA officer Valerie Plame? Fraud and abuse in connection with Halliburton’s no-bid contract to “rebuild” Iraq? Lying to the American public and the world about Saddam’s alleged WMD program?

    I’d love to be proven wrong. But so far, the U.S. public seems willing to let these guys get away with anything. And I guess you’ve heard the saying about people getting the government they deserve.

  • 3. ALJ  |  September 29, 2005 at 8:12 am

    yeah that is true, but hopefully this one will actually begin to bring down the house. What’s odd, and this occured to me the other day, is that someone tried to assinate Reagen, but no one has tried for Bush in the U.S. at least. I don’t think Bush is the government the U.S. dserves. What are you anyway? American? German? etc.

  • 4. Monkeydarts  |  September 30, 2005 at 9:23 am

    If you study the history of Travis County DA Ronnie Earle and actually read the indictment you’ll determine quickly that this will never make it to trial. Sorry. It was intended to smear DeLay, which it has in the mainstream press, but as a legal case it is an airball. Democrat partisans should be happy with that outcome as, if the case had any merit and succeeded, it would criminalize their own fund-raising behavior.

  • 5. Monkeydarts  |  September 30, 2005 at 9:25 am

    Despite the fact that you can’t spell “assassinate” or the 40th POTUS’s last name, your last comment has been cached and forwarded to the secret service. Good luck.

  • 6. ALJ  |  October 2, 2005 at 1:23 am

    “If you study the history of Travis County DA Ronnie Earle and actually read the indictment you’ll determine quickly that this will never make it to trial.”

    where can I read a history of Ronnie Earle? I as under the impression he HAD tried many democrats for violations similar to what’s being brought against Delay.


  • 7. ALJ  |  October 2, 2005 at 1:37 am

    hmm found this


    ” It wouldn’t surprise me if the leftists tried to assassinate an opponent. They haven’t yet done so, but the time when it does get attempted is shortening because the Left is desperate and will try anything. They will eventually shoot first and ask questions later, after they first remove the trigger locks that they enacted through gun-control legislation.”

    It’s kinda funny this article, and my half-assed attempt at summarizing the Delay indictment are both fairly misleading. oh wait sorry.. untrue.


  • 8. ALJ  |  October 2, 2005 at 7:47 pm


    I found a washingtonpost article on Ronnie Earle:


    I’m supposing this is partisan towards democrats, but at the very least it does show a history of non-partisan action.


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