Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Unconsionable Sums of Money

Chuck Colson, who learned a little bit about government abuse of power over 30 years ago, intelligently takes on the subject of earmark reform:

[Congressman Allan] Mollohan’s potential legal difficulties stem from allegations of greed. But if he had just stuck to wasting unconscionable sums of taxpayer money to stay in office, like many of his colleagues, he would have been okay—a hero, in fact. That’s the real scandal here.

The background of Mollohan's "scandal" can be found here.

Hat tip: World Magazine Blog


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