No word yet whether they're going to clean, fumigate, or sterilize his office. Assuming that they just don't evacuate it and clean out the fetid hole with a thermite grenade, of course. I'm not sure if they should go that far, though: it might destroy any evidence that might be buried at the bottom of the muck.
As you might have guessed, I am not fond of Jim Moran. My morning is thus made:
The 12-term Virginia lawmaker will announce his decision in a Wednesday morning statement obtained early by CQ Roll Call.
Dear God, but the things this man got away with because he was a reliable progressive. Anti-Semitism. Corruption. Military-bashing. Violence towards children. Spousal abuse (and guess what about his kid?). He's been on my list* for freaking years, and I look forward to crossing him off of it. With any luck, Moran will retire to a monastery and spend the rest of his life apologizing to God.
He won't, but he should.
Moe Lane (crosspost)
*Interestingly, after this cycle we'll be down to Charlie Rangel, Alan Grayson, and Carol Shea-Porter on said list. Of them: Shea-Porter is the most likely (and is pretty likely) to lose; Rangel is the most likely to retire; and Grayson is a pathetic shell of his 2010 self anyway.