From The Plum Line:
A rather intriguing reaction from one of John Ensign’s Senate GOP colleagues to the news of Ensign’s extramarital affair:
“I think he will be welcomed back by his colleagues and go back to being a good senator,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham, who said Ensign shouldn’t have resigned his leadership spot.
Graham downplayed the political impact this would have on the GOP, saying, “Most Americans look at this as a personal situation.”
Graham let out a laugh and said: “I’ve got plenty of sins that I’m not going to share with anyone else.”
Sins? Well, kids, you know that your intrepid reporter (that would be me) cannot let that go without an investigation. Through my sources, I was able to obtain a photograph of what goes on when the Senate Republican are not voting no or making speeches about why they voted no.
As you can see, Dick Cheney still thinks he has a deciding vote in the Senate. I don’t think he was invited, and that’s what the disguise is for. I think the gun is a dead giveaway, though.
(Note: I’m not sure who the guy in the cloak is with his back to the camera, facing Judd Gregg and Jon Kyl, but I suspect it’s either Joe McLiebercain checking up on what Captain Underpants and Lindseypoo are up to, or it’s Larry Craig, showing his ex-compadres how to party.)