Sad collegiality

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Van Laskey, a former paratrooper and licensed private detective, writes:

There is no more spineless group of men than our esteemed Senate Republican leaders with the exception of Allen and Santorum.
 
Had Rockefeller gone to Italy prior to 1941 and told Mussolini that he thought that Roosevelt was planning to aid Britain he'd have soon been looking at the business end of a noose..
 
This is 2005 and the good Republican senators must be "collegial" with the minority despite their treasonous behavior.
 
Add to this sad state of affairs the fact that Rockefeller is a luminary of the Counsel on Foreign Relations and you can turn out the lights on any thought of sanctioning ole' Jay.
 
Sad ain't it.

Van Laskey, a former paratrooper and licensed private detective, writes:

There is no more spineless group of men than our esteemed Senate Republican leaders with the exception of Allen and Santorum.
 
Had Rockefeller gone to Italy prior to 1941 and told Mussolini that he thought that Roosevelt was planning to aid Britain he'd have soon been looking at the business end of a noose..
 
This is 2005 and the good Republican senators must be "collegial" with the minority despite their treasonous behavior.
 
Add to this sad state of affairs the fact that Rockefeller is a luminary of the Counsel on Foreign Relations and you can turn out the lights on any thought of sanctioning ole' Jay.
 
Sad ain't it.