The corruption storyline (updated)

Liberals are salivating at the opportunity they see to portray the GOP as corrupt. For example, prominent blogger Josh Marshall's video maintaining that there is a corruption gap with the Republicans topping the Dems when it comes to crookedness. Conservative blogger Steve Bartin disagrees, and marshalls his evidence.

Far more significant to me is the way the two parties deal with their crooks, perverts, and miscreants. Democrats re-elect Gerry Studds after he was guilty of homosexual sex with Congressional pages and Barney Frank after his apartment was headquarters for a call boy ring. Republicans pressure Larry Craig to resign.
 
Update: Steve Gilbert of Sweetness & Light tabulates media attention to the two scandals: Craig and Hsu.
A search on Google News for "Larry Craig" returns 5,482 articles, mostly from the brand name mainstream news media.

Larry Craig is alleged to have made improper advances in a public bathroom and who will resign his office today in disgrace. The actual incident and his arrest actually happened three months ago. And Mr. Craig is a Senator that most people have never heard of before.

A search on Google News for "Norman Hsu" returns 437 articles, and many of them are from "blogs."

Norman Hsu is alleged to have skirted our sacrosanct campaign finance laws to funnel millions of dollars into the coffers of the Democrat party over the last three years.

The money involved is very possibly from the Communist Chinese government. Hsu has been on the lam from a three year prison sentence for 15 years for stealing a million dollars.

The story involves the Democrat's current presumptive Presidential nominee, their last Presidential nominee, and many of its best known candidates. Moreover, the DNC and the Clintons both have had well documented problems in the past with corrupt contributors, and even several with Communist Chinese connections.

So which story would you think has more significance for the republic in the long term?
Liberals are salivating at the opportunity they see to portray the GOP as corrupt. For example, prominent blogger Josh Marshall's video maintaining that there is a corruption gap with the Republicans topping the Dems when it comes to crookedness. Conservative blogger Steve Bartin disagrees, and marshalls his evidence.

Far more significant to me is the way the two parties deal with their crooks, perverts, and miscreants. Democrats re-elect Gerry Studds after he was guilty of homosexual sex with Congressional pages and Barney Frank after his apartment was headquarters for a call boy ring. Republicans pressure Larry Craig to resign.
 
Update: Steve Gilbert of Sweetness & Light tabulates media attention to the two scandals: Craig and Hsu.
A search on Google News for "Larry Craig" returns 5,482 articles, mostly from the brand name mainstream news media.

Larry Craig is alleged to have made improper advances in a public bathroom and who will resign his office today in disgrace. The actual incident and his arrest actually happened three months ago. And Mr. Craig is a Senator that most people have never heard of before.

A search on Google News for "Norman Hsu" returns 437 articles, and many of them are from "blogs."

Norman Hsu is alleged to have skirted our sacrosanct campaign finance laws to funnel millions of dollars into the coffers of the Democrat party over the last three years.

The money involved is very possibly from the Communist Chinese government. Hsu has been on the lam from a three year prison sentence for 15 years for stealing a million dollars.

The story involves the Democrat's current presumptive Presidential nominee, their last Presidential nominee, and many of its best known candidates. Moreover, the DNC and the Clintons both have had well documented problems in the past with corrupt contributors, and even several with Communist Chinese connections.

So which story would you think has more significance for the republic in the long term?