There are times when you don't need to go past the title and subtitle:
Dodd Says Questions About Wife's Role in Health Care Industry 'Offensive'
Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., whose wife Jackie Clegg Dodd sits on the boards of four health care companies, disputes the suggestion that his wife's career could pose a conflict of interest.
It really does say it all, doesn't it? We're facing a 'universal health care system' scheduled to cost us at least 1 trillion and decrease the number of uninsured by maybe one-third; and the guy who is helping get that boondoggle enacted into law is also the guy who's been playing games with his financial disclosures. Again.
And yet, bringing up the minor little detail that his wife is on the board of four health care companies is apparently Beyond the Pale, if you'll pardon the pun. Well, it's not. This is not an aristocracy, and Dodd is not a Duke: his actions are ultimately accountable to the population of both Connecticut, and the nation. If he cannot grasp that concept, he does not have to keep being a Senator.
Speaking of which...
Crossposted to Moe Lane.