Wednesday, January 18, 2006
I've been meaning to write something about lobbying and Abramoff and political donations and all the goo-goo outrage that we've been seeing. But I got lazy, and it paid off, sort of. Instapundit points to Andrew Ferguson, who wrote pretty much what I was going to. Except for the bit about the Swift Boat Vets, who are in no way corrupt. I don't know what he means by "ideological corruption", but I can't see how witnesses to an event exposing an unpleasant truth about someone can be called corrupt.