It’s time to be transparent

Posted by on April 10, 2005

Fellow Republicans, it’s time to be crystal clear in our transparency. We simply cannot endure the ethics whining about Congressman Delay, Governor Fletcher, and Kentucky Senate President David Williams.

How difficult is it to play the game without the APPEARANCE of impropriety? I’m not saying DeLay, Fletcher, and Williams are crooked. I AM saying their behavior hurts the party and we just don’t need that right now when Democrats, local and national, are doing everything they can to stop this national conservative swing. Clean up your acts fellas. Like Senator Santorum said today:

I think he has to come forward and lay out what he did and why he did it and let the people then judge for themselves

So come on lads…quit giving the Dems something to crow about.

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5 Responses to “It’s time to be transparent”

  1. DeepThroat Says:

    I agree. In Fletcher’s case, it should be a simple matter to clear up. You probably have some cases where an oversight was made. Crap happens. The point is you have to learn from it, clean it up, and ensure that processes are in place to keep such oversights from recurring.

    Delay needs to resign, though. Basically, his actions reflect that he has become ingrained in the Beltway culture. This is exactly what the Class of 1994 was supposed to be cleaning up.

    As for Williams, he’s an old-style professional politician. I never liked the guy. I would rather see someone else in the post of Senate President.

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