Thursday, April 07, 2005
Now that it has been confirmed that the Schiavo talking points memo was indeed written by a Republican staffer, Powerline still can't let go. Yes, there still are unanswered questions. But are they really important ones? Not really. It is fairly clear that the memo states what many of the Republicans were thinking anyway -- we can score political points with the religious right by passing this bill. (Obviously, they weren't thinking about the law when they drafted the bill - they didn't even attempt to draft a bill that would pass constitutional scrutiny).

I would rather see a correction/apology from Congress and the Senate than the Washington Post at this point. But I don't think one will be forthcoming from any of the above.
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