Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Tom DeLay's cabana boy

Ted over at Crooked Timber has an excellent post on the town hall meeting with Rep. John Culberson of the 7th Congressional district of Texas.

Now for those of you who haven't been introduced, Culberson has been carrying BugMan's water -- make that chlorine and hot towels -- for as long as he's been in the U.S House. He's spent the requisite terms in anonymity, and with the increased media attention his mentor's been getting, has been summoned from the shadows to help his master in these times of trouble.

Barbara also has some thoughts on Culberson's recent MSNBC appearance.

This is the sort of Texas Republican who might rise up in place of a fallen Sugar Land Sith Lord.

Sleep well.

4 comments:

Thomas said...

A smart conservative would have a "Sister Souljah moment" with Tom DeLay.

PDiddie said...

What is this "smart conservative" of which you speak, Thomas?

Traveller said...

How about lovely, lovely Lamar Smith?

PDiddie said...

THE PRECIOUSSSSS!

(Sorry; I'm mixing my science-fiction-cinematic-blockbuster-trilogy metaphors. Will stick to Star Wars from now on.)

He's not at all smart from what I can see, P...

...do you have evidence to this claim of intelligence -- or for that matter beauty -- or are you being facetious?

Nemmind, I know the answer to that.