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Another important post. I can't figure out why the article doesn't go into more detail -- from the viewpoint of the terminated aids -- as to why THEY say they were terminated.Furthermore, what do Hefley, LaTourette and Hulshof have to say, on the record?Certainly, a denial by Cassidy and Hastings of partisan retribution is not sufficiently exculpatory, especially in light of the fact that the two Republican Ethics Committee replacements are from DeLay's geographic sphere of influence as well as contributors to his legal defense fund.This HAS to worsen the stench on the Ethics Committee and I can't believe anybody, Republican or Democrat, is going to stand for it.I guess it's a strategic move now, though, because the Ethics Committee may have to do an Oedipus and put out their own eyes over whatever tactics DeLay is planning to resort to in order to ram Bush's phony Social Security "reform" legislation down the throats of the American people.
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