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Monday, April 11, 2005

I think Abramoff is alittle pissed at DeLay

Newsweek's Michael Isikoff is coming out with a article on lobbyist Jack Abramoff and lets just say the headline says it all.
Abramoff raised hundreds of thousands for DeLay's political causes and hired DeLay's aides, or kicked them business, when they left his employ. But now DeLay, too, has problems—in part because of overseas trips allegedly paid for by Abramoff's clients. In response, DeLay and his aides have said repeatedly they were unaware of Abramoff's behind-the-scenes financing role. "Those S.O.B.s," Abramoff said last week about DeLay and his staffers, according to his luncheon companion. "DeLay knew everything. He knew all the details."
After the beating DeLay took from fellow Republicans on Saturday and Sunday, this article is the last thing he needs right now.