{ An Autopsy of Democracy }

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

George Galloway lays bare the hypocrisy of the U.S. Senate (and, well, of the U.S., period)

Every so often (whenever I hear about this "Oil For Food Scandal," I guess), I tell myself I'm going to write a nasty letter to Norm Coleman (I live in Minnesota, so I feel it's my duty, as I'm ashamed to have him "represent" me); but I never have.

Now, I don't think I need to. Except perhaps to say, "Mr. Coleman, George Galloway said it best. And I second his comments." (And then maybe call him some names, make a remark about his mother, etc.)

While you can find transcripts of Galloway's statements, I strongly encourage everyone not to just read them; instead, watch the video or listen to a recording of his testimony. You can download either or both here:

video (Real Media format, 12MB [click here for a free download of RealPlayer]):


Audio (clip - 1.1MB):


Audio (complete testimony - 21.7MB):



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