Saturday, January 19, 2002

The Republicans seem to think that they can't be seen to be corrupt in the Enron disaster because they did nothing to bail out Enron when it started to flounder. Isn't their failure to bail out Enron evidence of the fact that their total corruption in the rise of Enron made it politically impossible to do anything about Enron when Enron needed help? Isn't their political inability to do anything to prevent the largest bankruptcy in U. S. history evidence of the fact that they have allowed their corruption to become so great that they are prevented from properly governing the country? Isn't that the real scandal of Enron and the Republicans?