Dem earmark reforms: 100 hours versus 100 days

Posted by: ST on June 5, 2007 at 1:14 pm

Wish I had more time to comment on this, but wanted to post the link anyway to this editorial in the Las Vegas Review Journal about Democrat promises on so-called “earmark reform” which sums up the Dems words versus their actual actions when it comes to ‘reforming Washington.’

Hat tip to Gaius at Blue Crab Boulevard, who writes in response:

And so it goes in the doublespeak world of the most ethical leadership the House has ever seen. The new boss is much worse than the old one. The polls are starting to collapse for the Democrats, incidentally. The rank and file will look back and revile the Reid-Pelosi regime in Congress.

Will this translate into some Republican wins at the polls next year? Stay tuned …

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  1. Moving this comment from another thead to this one. –ST

    Hey, that’s my paper! Woo Hoo! <:-p

    100 days or 100 minutes? I forget…

    Hmmm, didn’t she say she would boot any member of congress who got indicted or was that just for the GOP members…

    Can someone help me out? I’m confused… :x

    Comment by Vegas Art Guy @ 6/5/2007 – 9:01 pm