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Battle of the -ons

By Michael J. Smith on Tuesday November 14, 2006 02:40 PM

So is it too crass and oversimplified to say that Murtha vs. Hoyer pits the Pentagon against Zion?

Since I personally have little use for either -on, I don't think I have a dog in this fight. Other thoughts, anyone?

Comments (4)


Well, the pentagon likes having our military but not necessarily using it.

Let's not forget corrupti-on.


Loyalty is the first virtue, I guess.

js paine:

not my call ...
i see a pure inside the house tart fight here

but it makes me wonder...

it ain't straight up
rahm v murtha
brass hats against brass balls

i see hoyer limber as a mink
playing it as "honest broker "

all alas is irony

http://www.tpmmuckraker.com/archives/001993.php has an unpretty account of the Abscam/Murtha backstory.

And Murtha says ethics and lobbying reform is "total crap (but it's good! if Nancy says so)": http://www.tpmmuckraker.com/archives/001995.php

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