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October 11, 2004

Everyone Editorializes Against DeLay

By Byron LaMasters

Well, pretty much everyone.

Just a small sampling:

Louisville Courier-Journal
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Virginian Pilot
Allentown Morning Call
Denver Post
Washington Post
New York Times
Chicago Tribune
Wilmington Morning Star

Via Off the Kuff and the Stakeholder.

Also, be sure to read up on Streakin' Pete Sessions:

Hard to believe, but Sessions, the Texas Republican who decried Janet Jackson's Super Bowl public nudity incident in January took part in a raucous, two-night streaking rampage when he was a freshman at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos.


"Just taking off your clothes and running around is kind of a free spirit thing," said Sessions, who was two weeks shy of his 19th birthday and a physical education major. He would later transfer to Southwestern University.

Haha. I think we know what this spells... H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-T-E...

Posted by Byron LaMasters at October 11, 2004 02:39 PM | TrackBack


Not to excuse Sessions, but you don't see just a LITTLE bit of difference between streaking through a college campus, where, most likely, anyone who sees the streaker will not be a child, as opposed to a person exposing herself at halftime of the most watched television event of the year, with millions of children watching?

Posted by: Drew at October 11, 2004 03:02 PM

Naked Pete Sessions.

May you burn in hell for planting that image in my head.

Thank God you didn't say "Barbara Bush Posture Pictures".

When I found that one out, I was ill for a week.

Posted by: Matthew Saroff at October 11, 2004 03:56 PM

Tsk, Tsk, Byron. You well know that anything you do prior to your 40th birthday are just "youthful indiscretions" that are meaningless to your character. ;-)

So tipify a boozing fratboy that snots as much coke as you want while maintaining a C average at the school you got in because daddy and granddaddy went there and were important people/donors. After graduating keep boozing while destroying the companies your daddy and daddy's friends give you to run. That's ofcourse after daddy gets you out of serving active duty in the military by flying in the never-will-be-called-up-in-a-million-years reserves patrolling the skies of Texas protecting it from the menacing Mexican Air Force. At 40, you can give of the drug habit and alcohol, find God, be given a fraction of a fraction of a professional sports franchise by daddy and his friends and thereby be eminently qualified to be Governor of Texas and then President of the United States.

Posted by: Craig at October 11, 2004 04:12 PM

wow, sessions went to Southwestern? he fits in so well with Georgetown... :)

Posted by: Lee at October 11, 2004 06:58 PM
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