Wednesday, December 07, 2005

What's more important

I found this note interesting.

House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert and his top lieutenants are seeking to avoid a divisive intra-party leadership fight…Hastert has scheduled the first House session of 2006 for Jan. 31 — after a holiday break of more than a month, and two weeks after senators are due to return to Washington. The late start gives DeLay, a Texas Republican, a greater amount of time with which to dispose of the charges, as new leadership elections could not occur until the House is back in session.

Hastert makes it clear that, in his view, giving DeLay one last shot to hold on to his leadership post is more important than doing work for the American people.

Why should I be suprised on this? I wonder why putting off the people's business should be put aside just so "the hammer" can have his trial. I mean I'm sorry I thought the people came first but not to these egomaniacs.

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