Saturday, February 16, 2002

While the White House has been sticking with it's story that Kenneth Lay was merely a contributor to Bush's campaigns (his largest contributer, actually) and someone he may have bumped into a time or two, The Smoking Gun has a fat pile of correspondence between the two that suggests otherwise. Seeing as how Lay, chairman of a Houston-based energy firm gave Dubya free use of Enron jets during his presidential campaign and they both have an interest in baseball (George had his Astros, Lay his Enron field - soon to be renamed, hopefully - the fans don't care for the current name, may as well be called Osama Bin Laden Stadium or Hitler Field after what's happened with Enron) I'm thinking these two probably shared many a hearty laugh over a cold brewskie or two over the years, don't ya think?
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