Thursday, July 8

Lay, Shady Lay

In an election year effort to show that Dubya doesn't get all of his sustenance from the corporate teat, Kenny Lay has finally been indicted for his company's implosion from corporate greed and criminal mismanagement. Although I do believe that building the case probably did take a while, the timing certainly does work in Dubya's favor.

Of course, in his court appearance today, he pleaded innocent of any wrongdoing.

Apparently, his defense will be that, just because he ran the company, he had no clue as to what the company was doing.

I believe that this is, his pal, Dubya's answer to all political attacks.

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