It’s not a crime, it’s a culture

February 14th, 2006

I heard a story on NPR this morning where some “group” in Madison was claiming that it wasn’t Jim Doyle’s fault that he took money from people who were awarded contracts with the state.

They claimed it’s part of a “culture” of corruption in the state Capital.

(In other words, cialis buy viagra it’s somehow the Republican’s fault that Jim got his hand caught in the money jar.)

They defended Jim Doyle by saying pay-for-play had been going on long before Jim Doyle got there.

But he didn’t try to stop it, did he?

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