Wednesday, September 28, 2005

DeLay Reactions

The Corner seems to pretty much support DeLay, after all "a grand jury can indict a ham sandwich," which I am sure is the same standard with which they would have greeted a Clinton indictment.

Kevin Drum thinks that a Plamegate indictment would make a hat trick of trouble for Republicans.

Michelle Malkin has lost of Republican reactions, but warns that the "Everybody does it" defense probably won't work.

Josh Marshall at TPM is pretty happy.

Steve Clemons call this a good day for American democracy and notes that David Drier is a pretty good guy to have as majority leader.

The Carpetbagger Report sets the record straight about Ronnie Earle.

Steven Taylor wasn't surprised given the players involved, but notes that it is a bad day for Republicans.

OTB has been following blogger reactions as well.

McGhee wonders if DeLay will continue to control the GOP House caucus regardless.

Bull Moose predicts that DeLay will not return as Majority Leader.

American Street wishes that this is merely the beginning.

The posters at Lucianne add their collective wisdom.

Anderson is pretty excited about the appointment of David Drier.

Ankle Biting Pundits predicts that this is the beginning of a rough ride for the right.

Lifelike Pundits warns Republicans to remember, before going too hard in protecting DeLay, that they too can break the law.

Powerline calls Earle a "notorious Democratic Party hack."

Wizbang gives just the facts.

Instapundit thinks that this is a win for pork busters.
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