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September 29, 2005

Experience and insight

Words not usually associated with Tom DeLay:

Indicted Texas Rep. Tom DeLay will serve as a “very powerful adviser” to the Republican leadership while he battles the conspiracy charge that forced him to step aside as House majority leader, a GOP spokesman said Thursday.
“His experience and insight for over a decade of the Republican majority is invaluable to our leadership and to our members and will be used wisely,” said Ron Bonjean, spokesman for Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill.

Here’s Think Progress’ summary of that “experience and insight.”

And here’s DeLay’s (which is basically an abridged version of the above, suggesting that he hasn’t quite grasped the concept of self-incrimination).

Explain to me again how all this will be “invaluable” to the Republican leadership?

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