The Moral Rot in Congress

That this Congress could rise up to protect a crook, because a Congressional office was involved, and could do so under the completely phony guise of asserting principled institutional interests even though it has allowed those interests to be mercilessly trampled in far more important ways for years on end, is symptomatic of the selfish moral rot in the Congress and in the two political parties that run the country. Full Story »

Posted by Harley Griffin
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Topics: U.S. Congress
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Posted by: Posted by Harley Griffin - May 30, 2006 - 10:11 AM PDT
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Edited by: David Fox - Dec 6, 2006 - 6:42 PM PST

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by Harley Griffin - Oct. 1, 2008

Author effortlessly reminds us of all the times when Congress failed to stand up together, against the Executive, on very important issues of national concern. Additionally, in a dated Addendum, the author notes that when Congress has stood upagainst the Executive, the Executive held firm against them, until this time, when Exec. gave in, further exposing its own moral rot.

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