Isn't Irony Ironic?


In 2002, Bill Burkett went public with a demand for integrtity, and for "severe penalties when integrity is not delivered." If he turns out to be the source of the Rathergate forgeries, perhaps he will have some particularly severe penalties in mind. 
We must demand integrity. But that demand begins with severe penalties when integrity is not delivered. The fox can no longer guard the henhouse. Nor can we expect the culprits to sit in judgment of each other.

Yes, we may have been able to deny it for some time. But sooner or later we have to come to grips with the facts. We are ruled by a den of thieves.

Steve Gilbert  9 20 04