Difference between revisions of "Resign, Mr. Speaker"

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|quote="House Speaker Dennis Hastert must do the only right thing, and resign his speakership at once. Either he was grossly negligent for not taking the red flags fully into account and ordering a swift investigation, for not even remembering the order of events leading up to last week's revelations -- or he deliberately looked the other way in hopes that a brewing scandal would simply blow away."
 
|quote="House Speaker Dennis Hastert must do the only right thing, and resign his speakership at once. Either he was grossly negligent for not taking the red flags fully into account and ordering a swift investigation, for not even remembering the order of events leading up to last week's revelations -- or he deliberately looked the other way in hopes that a brewing scandal would simply blow away."
 
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{{opinion|Mark Foley scandal|Dennis Hastert should resign as House Speaker|for}}

Latest revision as of 16:37, July 16, 2007

This is an opinion item.

Author(s) The Washington Times editorial board
Source The Washington Times
Date 10/3/2006
URL http://www3.washingtontimes.com/op-ed/20061002-102008-9058r.htm
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Quotes-start.png "House Speaker Dennis Hastert must do the only right thing, and resign his speakership at once. Either he was grossly negligent for not taking the red flags fully into account and ordering a swift investigation, for not even remembering the order of events leading up to last week's revelations -- or he deliberately looked the other way in hopes that a brewing scandal would simply blow away." Quotes-end.png

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