Tuesday, October 04, 2005
''GOP's Culture Of Corruption Continues To Thrive In Washington, DC''
"By picking DeLay's top deputy to replace him, the Republicans' culture of corruption remains firmly entrenched in Washington, DC," said Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean. "It's time for Republican leaders in Washington to end their ethically-challenged, business-as-usual approach to governing, their culture of corruption and cronyism are bad for America. We need a party and a President who will stand up for ethics in government. We need a fundamental change in Washington."-from the DNC.