Sacred Cods and Holy Mackerals

The Carmela Soprano paradox
January 27, 2009, 2:04 pm
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Just a couple of quick posts…

First, Scot Lehigh pulls no punches in calling Sal DiMasi a bold-faced liar undeserving of any bon farewells.

Second, and perhaps more important, is Marjorie Eagan’s takedown of local lefties who excuse their lack of good-government cajones on the fact that DiMasi was the best friend Bay State liberals ever had. And I agree with Marjorie. And so should everyone over at BlueMassGroup.  

Health care, green energy, gay marriage rights are great accomplishments. But they shouldn’t require turning a blind eye to good government principles so many lefties supposedly hold so dearly. Is it really so different than the Carmela Soprano paradox, where the wife gets anything she wants but has to ignore the criminal and ethical transgressions?

Jay Kaufman, Byron Rushing et al has made their choice.

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