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Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Let's keep that sin right here so we can keep an eye on it.
Hat tip to Mark Kleiman. "A top adviser to former House Whip Tom DeLay received more than a third of all the money collected by the U.S. Family Network, a nonprofit organization the adviser created to promote a pro-family political agenda in Congress, according to the group's accounting records." Further down in the story, we find out that the adviser was DeLay's chief political adviser as well as "...an evangelical minister, [who] also continued to serve as DeLay's spiritual adviser and prayed frequently with him, the former aides said."

I'm not sure if that word in the last sentence should be "prayed" or "preyed", actually.

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