Democrats name president and chief lobbyist for the Motion Pictures Association of America, Chris Dodd, as a “super delegate” to their convention. You may remember that Dodd, under threat of a corruption investigation and facing defeat in his reelection bid, retired from the Senate and vowed “I’ll never become a lobbyist”. Just a month later he signed on with the MPAA at a multi-million-dollar salary and was back on the hill lobbying his former colleagues. he never even had to leave his Washington penthouse, not for a minute.
I blame Bush, or is it Cheney?