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April 03, 2006

DeLay Quits to Spend More Time with His Lawyers

Yes, the polls indicated he might lose but really, Josh Marshall calls this one:

I think the story here is clear. Prosecutors knocking down one pin at a time. Paul Kiel and I were talking about this before I left the office early this evening: Rudy, to Buckham, to DeLay. They're each going to down. And the road map was clear -- though largely implicit -- in the Rudy plea documents.

DeLay's lawyers must have sat him down over the last 72 hours and explained to him that he needs to focus on not spending most of the rest of his life in prison.

See the previous post for additional information on those falling pins and how they are pointing straight toward DeLay. 

Posted by Lynn Allen on April 3, 2006 at 10:05 PM in National and International Politics | Permalink

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