Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Sen. Ted Stevens of Alaska Indicted

I'm giddy with the giggling. The New York Times is reporting that Sen. Stevens has been indicted on 7 counts of corruption.
Mr. Stevens, 84, was indicted on seven counts of falsely reporting income. The charges are related to renovations on his home and to gifts he has received. They arise from an investigation that has been under way for more than a year, in connection with the senator’s relationship with a businessman who oversaw the home-remodeling project.
I tell ya, this could not have happened to a nicer guy. Or as a co-worker put it "I did not have sexual relations with that oil company."

Let's just hope soon-to-be-former Senator Stevens lives long enough to see the inside of the "stripey hole."

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