July 27, 2011

Malkin on the Denouement of the Wu Drama

Monique Chartier

Michelle Malkin's opening paragraph about Congressman Wu's announcement yesterday made posting her column irresistible.

Wu-hoo! Welcome to another freaky ethics fiasco brought to you by the D.C. den of dysfunctional Democrats. This one comes clothed in a Tigger costume, wrapped in blinders and bathed in the fetid Beltway odor of eau de Pass le Buck.

She has a good point about the timing of his departure, by the way.

Liberal David Wu is a seven-term Democratic congressman from Oregon who announced Tuesday that he'll resign amid a festering sex scandal involving the teenage daughter of a longtime campaign donor. He won't, however, be vacating public office until "the resolution of the debt-ceiling crisis." Translation: Call off the U-Haul trucks. Wu's staying awhile.
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Glad to see Michele is still focused on the critically important issues of the day. Say, did you guys here to there's a couple wars going on? I read AR all the time and I had no idea!

Posted by: Russ at July 27, 2011 12:43 PM

You're right. No one mentioned that Providence has a new mattress pickup policy here either. I had to go over and read about it on RIFuture. Where are the standards?

Posted by: Max Diesel at July 27, 2011 4:34 PM

Actually Russ, Nobama has THREE wars going on. Wouldn't know it by looking at MSNBC.
Well at least he kept his promise to close "Guantanamo "in one years time".

Posted by: Tommy Cranston at July 27, 2011 6:57 PM

Actually it's two wars and one kinetic military action.

Posted by: David P at July 27, 2011 9:22 PM

You guys always mistake me for an Obama supporter. Didn't vote for him. Not particularly fond of his administration.

As for the mattresses, unlike here anyone can post over at RIF. You get what you get.

Posted by: Russ at July 29, 2011 11:33 AM
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