Culture of Corruption

Two pieces of news from The Political Wire:

First, The Cleveland Plain Dealer has published a report charging the Republican Secretary of State Ken Blackwell with buying stock in Diebold while his office made decisions that benefited the voting machine company, already embroiled in controversy over the company president's promise to deliver votes to Bush.

Second, Rep. Cynthia McKinney (R-GA) "admits that she broke government rules by spending money to fly a celebrity to Atlanta," WSBK-TV reports.

"The money came from a fund members of Congress are supposed to use for office supplies."
If we want to gain seats in the 2006 elections and win the 2008 election, we MUST start shouting about the Culture of Corruption that pervades the Republican Party. We must call the talking heads on their lies when they allow the GOP to paint it as a 'bi-partisan scandal.' We must cite Republicanism for the problems that plague our country, not George W. Bush.

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